Women sometimes have different symptoms of a heart attack, and they tend not to recover as well as men.
Many think that studies with “obvious” conclusions need not be conducted at all. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Men with HIV tend to have a greater risk of developing soft plaques (and larger ones) in their coronary arteries.
Researchers want to inject patients with HDL (good cholesterol) molecules that have a statin attached to them.
A closer look at some recent studies suggesting vitamins might not help heart attacks or cognitive function.
Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest is fatal in ~ 90% of cases. If we can predict one is coming, survival increases.
This is from a study just published in JAMA today, and it’s a big deal.
Reductions in the incidences of heart attack, stroke and death from cardiovascular disease in chocolate-eaters.