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menopause and cardiovascular disease

Does early menopause increase the risk of heart disease?

Researchers examined the link between early menopause and cardiovascular disease risk. Around 5% of women experience menopause before age 40. There are health risks associated...
dapagliflozin in patients with heart failure

Can a new diabetes drug also treat heart disease?

Dapagliflozin, a drug originally developed to treat diabetes, shows benefit in patients in heart failure. Dapagliflozin belongs to a relatively new class of drugs, the...
insomnia and heart disease

Is insomnia linked to a higher risk of heart disease and stroke?

Researchers in Sweden analyzed genetic data from four large public health studies to investigate the link between insomnia and heart disease. Insomnia is a difficulty...
paleo diet increase risk of heart disease

Could a paleo diet increase risk of heart disease?

A new study investigates whether the paleo diet could be doing more harm than good by putting you at risk of heart disease. The paleo...
new test for heart disease

Researchers have developed a new test for heart disease

A team of scientists has developed a new test for heart disease detection that does not involve needles, contrast agents, nor ionizing radiation. Ischemic heart...
eggs and cholesterol

Love eggs? Study finds that high cholesterol may affect heart disease

A study explores the correlation between the consumption of eggs and dietary cholesterol and the occurrence of heart disease or all-cause mortality.   It has been...
coffee and heart disease

Can drinking coffee help prevent heart disease?

New research determined whether polyphenols in coffee can influence the prevalence of heart disease. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United...
risk of heart disease

Light exercise decreases the risk of heart disease in women 63 and older

Researchers recently studied if frequent light exercise reduces the risk of heart disease in older women.   Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is still the leading cause of...

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