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Global Ventricular Assistive Device (VAD) Market 2016-2025 | Market Research Reports - Industry Analysis Size & Trends

LAS VEGAS, Nov. 23, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A Global Ventricular Assistive Device (VAD) is an implantable mechanical pump that facilitates pumping of blood from lower chambers of the heart to rest of..
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American Heart Association president suffers heart attack

american heart association president suffers heart attack
John Warner, CEO of UT Southwestern University Hospitals in Dallas and a practicing cardiologist, suffered a 'minor' episode on Monday morning in Anaheim, California.
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News video: Watch out! The faster you eat, the more kilos you gain

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New Delhi, Nov 21 (ANI): Are you wondering why your waistline is expanding? Don't watch what you eat; watch how you eat. People who eat slowly are less likely to become obese or develop metabolic..
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News video: Palm Beach County Heart Walk held in West Palm Beach

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Local heart disease and stroke survivors took part in the Palm Beach County Heart Walk on Saturday at the Meyer Amphitheater in downtown West Palm beach.
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News video: Are Dog Owners Less Likely To Develop Heart Disease?

Are Dog Owners Less Likely To Develop Heart Disease? 00:40

According to a massive 12-year study of 3.4 million Swedes, dog owners are less likely than their peers to develop heart disease. The study found that single dog-owners were especially safe. No..
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News video: Yes, You Can Die Of A Broken Heart

Yes, You Can Die Of A Broken Heart 01:02

People who suffer form takotsubo cardiomyopathy, or Broken Heart Syndrome, have the same survival rates as those who have had a heart attack.
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News video: Heart Association president has a heart attack

Heart Association president has a heart attack 00:27

Dr. John Warner, The president of the American Heart Association has suffered a minor heart attack. It al happened Monday during the organization's scientific conference in Anaheim, California. He was..
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Watching TV ‘doubles the chance of a blood clot'

watching tv ‘doubles the chance of a blood clot'
Watching television can nearly double the chance of getting a blood clot even in people who exercise, the American Heart Association has been told by a University of Vermont researcher.
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Heart health disparities take toll on African-Americans

(Reuters Health) - African-Americans have worse cardiovascular health and more deaths from heart disease than other groups, at least partly from less effective disease prevention and management..
Reuters

Meditation could prevent fatal heart disease, study finds

meditation could prevent fatal heart disease, study finds
A new study from the American Heart Association has found that meditation can help you quit smoking and it can also decrease your stress and anxiety levels.
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Early cesareans raise risk of infant respiratory illness

early cesareans raise risk of infant respiratory illness
Babies born in early term are at 57 percent greater risk than those born later to struggle with their heart and respiratory health later in life, says a study from the American Heart Association.
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Maintaining a steady weight helps you avoid hypertension

maintaining a steady weight helps you avoid hypertension
A new report from the American Heart Association has found that yo yo dieting is more likely to cause hypertension than smoking, drinking heavily or eating unhealthy foods.
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A healthy heart can also help keep the mind sharp

(Reuters Health) - Many of the same things people should do for a healthy heart, like exercising, eating well and avoiding cigarettes, can also help protect the brain from cognitive decline and..
Reuters

Quitting statins raises risk of a second stroke 

quitting statins raises risk of a second stroke 
The papers, published today by the American Heart Association, lay bare a worrying trend that could be hampering efforts to curb strokes, the fifth-biggest killer in the US.
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Miniature human hearts created from rat hearts

miniature human hearts created from rat hearts
The research, presented at an American Heart Association meeting in Portland, Oregon, outlined how researchers stripped away rat cells from a rat's heart to repopulate with human cells instead.
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Blacks are more likely to die from a heart attack

blacks are more likely to die from a heart attack
According to findings reported in the American Heart Association's journal circulation, black adults are twice as likely to die from their first heart attack than whites.
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Heart-healthy goals tied to lower blood pressure among blacks

(Reuters Health) - Black Americans may be able to lower their risk for high blood pressure by following the seven heart-healthy steps laid out by the American Heart Association (AHA), according to a..
Reuters

Hitting cardiovascular health targets can help elderly live longer

(Reuters Health) - Meeting some or all of the American Heart Association’s seven ideal cardiovascular health goals is associated with longer life and fewer heart attacks and strokes, no matter your..
Reuters

Coconut oil has more ‘bad’ fat than beef and butter: heart doctors

(Reuters Health) - Coconut oil raises ‘bad’ cholesterol in the same way as other foods high in saturated fats like butter and beef, according to the American Heart Association.
Reuters

Why you should switch from butter to margarine

why you should switch from butter to margarine
An official advisory by the American Heart Association said consuming the polyunsaturated fat in ‘healthy’ spreads and oils could cut the risk of heart disease by 30 per cent.
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Less than 6 hours sleep increases heart disease risk

less than 6 hours sleep increases heart disease risk
The study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association found that having less than six hours sleep a night was associated with a higher risk of death in people with metabolic syndrome.
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Heart failure patients may benefit from fish oil: advisory

(Reuters Health) - A new American Heart Association report says people with heart failure may live longer by taking omega-3 fish oil supplements because they seem to reduce the heart disease death rate..
Reuters

The TRUTH about yo-yo diets: Losing and regaining weight rapidly can make your hair fall out, and harms the heart more than obesity

the truth about yo-yo diets: losing and regaining weight rapidly can make your hair fall out, and harms the heart more than obesity
A study presented last week at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions found it could also harm the heart, and the risk increases the more often you try and fail to keep weight off.
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Cardiologists reveal cholesterol drug which has ability to ‘switch off’ heart disease

cardiologists reveal cholesterol drug which has ability to ‘switch off’ heart disease
Data published at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions meeting in New Orleans showed that those treated with Repatha saw artery blockages shrink over 18 months.
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Generic heart failure drug costs too high for many uninsured-study

NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - The cost of generic drugs that treat heart failure can vary so wildly, even among pharmacies within one area, that uninsured patients may not be able to afford them, according..
Reuters


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