Heart disease

Can We Restart the Heart?

SDSU heart researchers mash up the incredible proliferating and survival powers of cancer cells with broken-down cardiac cells to rejuvenate the heart. ...

Penn Study Questions Presence in Blood of Heart-Healthy Molecules from Fish Oil Supplements

Findings Provide More Data that Fish Oil Supplements' Clear Benefit is Suspect ...

National salt reduction goal could aid fight against cardiovascular disease

Setting a national salt reduction target could be an effective way to stem cardiovascular disease, propose University of Sydney researchers. ... Full story

The Earlier The Better – Bystanders Save Lives With CPR For Cardiac Arrest

By Duke Medicine News and Communications - DURHAM, N.C. – Sudden cardiac arrest kills an estimated 200,000 people a year in the United States, but many of those lives could be saved if ordinary bystanders simply performed CPR, a new study led by Duke Medicine shows. ... Full story

Blacks are at greater risk for sudden cardiac arrest

American Heart Association Rapid Access Journal Report ... Full story

‘Flexibility’ on School Sodium Targets Not an Option, Says American Heart Association

Washington, D.C. - American Heart Association CEO Nancy Brown issued the following comments today on the Senate Agriculture Appropriations bill that would delay the sodium requirement for school foods under the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act: ... Full story

Personalized care for aortic aneurysms, based on gene testing, has arrived

By Ziba Kashef - How thoracic aortic disease runs in families. Red depicts members with the genetic mutation. (Image by Dr. John Elefteriades and Michael Helfenbein) ... Full story

Does heart disease begin in childhood?

By Leslie Shepherd - Are the first signs that someone is at risk of developing cardiovascular disease detectable in toddlers and preschoolers? ... Full story

Air pollution from wildfires may ignite heart hazards

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Transplant drug could turn the tide of heart attack damage

New research has revealed how a drug commonly used after transplant operations could limit some of the heart damage caused by a heart attack, in a study from Newcastle University. ... Full story

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