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44% UAE residents fear dying of heart disease: Survey
44% UAE residents fear dying of heart disease: SurveyOver 44 per cent of UAE residents fear dying of heart disease, a new YouGov survey has revealed. Women were more likely to register this as a concern (49 per cent) than men (43 per cent). The survey, commissioned by Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi in the lead ...read more
Source: Khaleej Times on MSN.com
Published on Mon, 18 Sep 2017 05:05:34 GMT
Deaths from heart disease, diabetes and terrorism see rises in global study
Deaths from heart disease, diabetes and terrorism see rises in global studyDeath from heart disease, diabetes and terrorism are on the rise, according to a new study. The Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors Study is a comprehensive series of studies funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that analyzes ...read more
Source: New York Daily News
Published on Mon, 18 Sep 2017 13:00:00 GMT
Statins Can Reduce Heart Disease Risk
Statins Can Reduce Heart Disease RiskResearchers say high cholesterol is a major contributor to heart health problems and statins are an effective way to reduce cholesterol levels. Statins cut risk of death from heart disease by 28 percent in men. That’s according to a new study — the ...read more
Source: Healthline Networks
Published on Tue, 19 Sep 2017 09:33:00 GMT
Medical Minute: Congenital Heart Disease & Pregnancy Complications
Medical Minute: Congenital Heart Disease & Pregnancy ComplicationsIf a mom-to-be has a history of congenital heart disease, it can make pregnancy more challenging. Luckily, there are specialists trained to help both mom and baby. News 9's Angela Buckelew tells us more in today's Medical Minute.read more
Source: Klahoma's Own Channel 9
Published on Tue, 19 Sep 2017 16:03:00 GMT
12 Countries with the Lowest Rates of Heart and Coronary Disease in the World
12 Countries with the Lowest Rates of Heart and Coronary Disease in the WorldAs smoking is one of the biggest factors in this issue, it is good having in mind that not only active smokers but also people affected by secondhand smoking have a higher risk of getting a heart disease. Cardiovascular, coronary and heart attack ...read more
Source: INSIDER MONKEY
Published on Tue, 19 Sep 2017 03:25:00 GMT
Local 12-year-old girl shares her story of heart disease
Local 12-year-old girl shares her story of heart diseaseGREEN BAY (WLUK) -- One in 100 children is born with a congenital heart defect. Back in April of 2005, McKenah Biro of Neenah became part of that statistic. She was born with hypoplastic right heart syndrome. McKenah is now what her mom describes as a ...read more
Source: Fox11
Published on Tue, 19 Sep 2017 18:55:00 GMT
Life Lessons: 7 Simple Steps to Prevent Heart Disease
Life Lessons: 7 Simple Steps to Prevent Heart DiseaseHeart disease is the number one killer of men and women in this country. Every 60 seconds, someone in the U.S. dies from a heart disease-related event. So how can you protect yourself? Your heart is the most important muscle in your body. If it doesn’t ...read more
Source: 69 WFMZ TV News
Published on Mon, 18 Sep 2017 20:17:00 GMT
First and recurrent ischaemic heart disease events continue to decline in New Zealand, 2005–2015
First and recurrent ischaemic heart disease events continue to decline in New Zealand, 2005–2015Objectives To examine recent trends in first and recurrent ischaemic heart disease (IHD) deaths and hospitalisations. Methods Using anonymous patient-linkage of routinely collected data, all New Zealanders aged 35–84 years who experienced an ...read more
Source: heart.bmj.com
Published on Tue, 19 Sep 2017 11:48:00 GMT
URMC and RIT developing app to detect heart disease
URMC and RIT developing app to detect heart diseaseROCHESTER—Can a selfie save your life? Researchers at the University of Rochester and RIT think so. They’ve developed a new application for your smart phone that detects heart disease. It’s estimated more than 3 million people in the United States ...read more
Source: WHEC TV-10
Published on Mon, 18 Sep 2017 16:47:00 GMT
How Affirmative Action Could Cure Cancer and Heart Disease
How Affirmative Action Could Cure Cancer and Heart DiseaseAffirmative action programs are designed to provide access to high-quality higher education for underrepresented minorities, but the Trump administration is targeting these essential programs by directing resources toward investigating and possibly suing ...read more
Source: The Good Men Project
Published on Tue, 19 Sep 2017 06:00:00 GMT