Latest Cardiovascular diseases Stories
Cardiologists are increasingly accessing coronary arteries by way of the wrist rather than the groin to insert life-saving stents into patients with blocked arteries.
Measuring sodium in a child's urine may help doctors identify those at risk for having high blood pressure later in life.
Transparency Market Research published new "Cardiovascular Devices Market (Monitoring & Diagnostic) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2011 - 2016"
'Eat less salt' is a mantra of our health-conscious times and is seen as an important step in reducing heart disease and hypertension.
High blood pressure (hypertension) is a serious condition that, if untreated, can worsen over time, leading to coronary heart disease, heart failure, aneurysms, stroke and kidney failure.
Hospital is the first and only in the Murrieta area to offer this service, granted on August 20, 2013. Murrieta, CA (PRWEB) August 29, 2013 Loma Linda
In a large national study, higher levels of the urinary albumin-to-creatinine ratio was associated with greater risk of incident but not recurrent coronary heart disease in black individuals when compared with white individuals.
A new study, led by National University of Singapore, shows that your eyes may be a window to stroke risk. More specifically, the research team suggested that retinal imaging may someday help determine if you are more likely to develop a stroke.
College football players, especially linemen, may develop high blood pressure over the course of their first season.
The excess risk of death from ischemic (due to reduced blood flow), but not hemorrhagic (due to bleeding), stroke in US black children has decreased over the past decade.