'Biggest Loser' Host Bob Harper Recovering From A Heart Attack
The “Biggest Loser” host Bob Harper took an Instagram photo Monday to share an update, writing, “I am feeling better. Just taking it easy.”
Shoveling Snow after Major Snowfall Linked To Heart Attack Risks in Men
A team of Canadian researchers has underscored the potential risks of heart attack for men who shovel snow piles after any major snowfall. The researchers analyzed decades of medical data involving hospitalizations and heart attack deaths in men to reach a conclusion that snowstorms portend death for men who shovel snow.
Calcium In Arteries Raises Heart Attack Risk In Young Adults
A major finding on heart disease finds that any amount of calcium in the arteries elevates the risk of heart attack in young people. The study is first of its kind as it detects the risk of heart disease in people below 50.
New Study Explains How Body Produces Cholesterols
A recent report titled “Managing Your Cholesterol” and published by the Harvard Special Health Report reveals how the human body produces the famed cholesterols and the kinds of cholesterols that impact the human body and health.
Ibuprofen May Increase Risks Of Heart Attack
A new study says that Ibuprofen may increase the risk of heart attack by 7.2 times if used intravenously. The alarming risk also only takes place when the drug is used for a respiratory infection such colds and flu.
New Cholesterol Drugs Are Safe, Even Healthy People Should Take Them
Experts claim that a combination of new cholesterol drugs are a lot safer and more effective in lowering bad cholesterol. Some also say that if people can't lower cholesterol intake themselves, they should take the drug even when they're healthy.
Heart Disease: How Losing Weight Reduces Heart Risks
You may reduce your cardiovascular disease risk by changing your lifestyle. Here's what you need to know how to make healthy changes.
Heart Attack And Low-Income Women: Health Risks Of Being Disadvantaged
It is already known that people from low-income or disadvantaged backgrounds are at greater risk of heart attack and stroke compared with people from more affluent backgrounds, but a recent study shows that there is a difference between sexes - and women are most affected.
Increased Risks Of Heart Attack Linked To Stress
A new study has been performed where researchers found out that stress can cause increased risks of heart attack. From the research, participants were observed regarding their brain activity and found out that those with histories of stress have higher exposure to heart attacks.
Heart Attack Risk Can Now Be Tested By Gut Bacteria
A new blood test effectiviely diagnoses heart attack risks by identifying the presence of a certain gut bacteria. The test determines the occurrence of heart complications within one month up to seven years.
Stem Cell Therapy: New Treatment Repairs Heart Without Risk For Cancer
A new stem cell therapy has been discovered to repair heart muscles without the risk for cancer.
Heart Attack Linked To Alcohol Abuse, Study Confirms
A new study confirms alcohol abuse to be linked to a range of heart diseases including heart attack. However, moderate alcohol consumption is not found to affect heart function.
Heart Attack Prevention: Refocusing Of Smooth Muscles To Lessen The Risk.
Although there is no miracle drug to prevent the arteries from getting blocked, it is hoped that PAI-039 in conjunction with other drugs will be effective in heart attack prevention.
Heart Attacks Spike During Christmas And Holidays
A study conducted by University of Melbourne researchers shows that contrary to what many people believe, climate is not the cause of the increase of cardiac deaths experienced between Christmas until January 7. It's actually stress and unhealthy habits.
The Double Jeopardy: HIV And Heart Attack, What's The Link? The Details; Inside
With the continuous growth of HIV cases, what does heart attack have to do with it? Does it contribute to HIV or it's another problem that adds up to the burden of HIV patients? What's the truth behind claims saying that HIV patients are prone to heart attack? Here's what health experts have to say