Tag: Cardiovascular Disease

Tooth Loss Linked To Higher Risk Of Heart Disease

Researchers have found that adults who have lost teeth due to non-traumatic reasons might have a higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD). “If a person’s teeth fall out, there may be other underlying health concerns.

  • Sunday, 25 April 2021
Women Who Dine After 6 P.M. Risk Heart Disease

New York: Women who consume a higher proportion of their daily calories late in the evening are more likely to be at risk of cardiovascular disease than women who do not, researchers have warned. For the study, the research team assessed the cardiovascular health of 112 women using the American Heart Association’s Life’s Simple 7 […]

  • Friday, 23 April 2021
Kids Born Of Diabetic Mothers At Heart Risk

London: Children of mothers with diabetes have increased rates of early-onset cardiovascular disease or CVD (conditions affecting the heart or blood vessels) from childhood up to the age of 40, the researchers have warned. The increased rates were more pronounced among children of mothers with a history of CVD or diabetic complications, said the study […]

  • Thursday, 22 April 2021
Heart Health
Men & Women May Develop Heart Disease Differently

Toronto: Do you think men and women develop heart disease in a similar way? In a recent study, researchers have revealed that the minerals that block heart valves in men are totally different, as compared to women. This discovery could impact how heart disease is diagnosed and treated for different sexes. The study, published in […]

  • Saturday, 17 April 2021
Family abuse in childhood tied to heart attacks, strokes as adult

New York: Parents, read this carefully. Children who experience trauma, abuse, neglect and family dysfunction are at increased risk of having heart disease in their 50s and 60s, warn researchers. Published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, the study showed people exposed to the highest levels of childhood family environment adversity were more […]

  • Saturday, 17 April 2021
Heart Attack Prevention Efforts Lag For People With Stroke

New York: Researchers have found that patients with peripheral artery disease or stroke were less likely to receive recommended treatments to prevent heart attack than those with coronary artery disease. All three are types of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Depending on the location of the blockage, atherosclerosis increases the risk for three serious conditions: coronary artery […]

  • Friday, 16 April 2021