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101. Fat But Fit Does Not Reduce Heart Failure And Stroke Risks

102. Risk To Type 2 Diabetes And Heart Diseases With 2 Weeks Of Sedentary Life

103. True Cause Of Respiratory Weakness Or Dyspnea In Heart Failure

104. A Biomedical Nano-polymer Therapy To Fight Heart Disease And Stroke

105. Reduced Heart Attack And Stroke Risk With Fruit And Vegetables Consumption

106. Less Than Six Hours Of Sleep A Night Could Kill Those At Risk Of Heart Disease

107. Test Strips Helps In Monitoring Health Of A Heart Failure Patient

108. Statins Can Reduce Risk To Heart Attack

109. Stem Cell Plaster Could Help Heart Failure Patients

110. Heartisans Wearable Smartwatch Device That Can Alert Heart Attacks

111. CANCER, DIABETES AND HEART DISEASES CAN BE PROTECTED BY EATING RED ONIONS

112. Prevention of heart diseases with an extra injection of insulin after meals in type 1 diabetes patients

113. Bariatric surgery reduces heart failure risk in severely obese individuals

114. Risk to heart diseases, depression and poor health with social jet lag

115. Canagliflozin SGLT 2 anti-diabetes drug reduces kidney and heart disease risk

116. Stem cell from damaged heart tissue may worsen heart damage condition

117. Good fats as helpful as statins against heart disease

118. The American Heart Association says not to use coconut oil for dietary purpose

119. AT04A vaccine reduces LDL cholesterol and atherosclerosis to prevent heart disease

120. Broken heart or Takotsubo syndrome causes lasting damage to the heart muscle

121. No gender difference in stress as risk for coronary heart disease (CAD)

122. The ACALM study shows married people with heart disease risks have higher survival rates

123. Preeclampsia or gestational hypertension was linked to increased future heart disease risk in women

124. REMOVAL trial shows heart disease risk reduction with metformin medication

125. Continuous mental stress such as depression and anxiety increase death risk in heart disease patients

126. Breastfeeding lowers heart disease and stroke risk for women after pregnancy

127. Double death rate for patients with coronary heart disease and depression

128. Risk to heart disease in women can be predicted with race and weight gain

129. Difficult to detect heart attack in women who had breast implants

130. Usage of anabolic androgenic steroids could cause heart attack and heart disease

131. Galantamine drug to treat metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes and heart disease

132. Risk of left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH) and heart failure with asthma history

133. Tick saliva prevents killer myocarditis heart condition

134. Beta-blockers may reverse genetic changes from heart failure and heart disease

135. Enhanced risk to heart diseases with catching infectious shingles virus

136. Coffee reduces risk of death from heart disease and strokes

137. Reduced heart inflammation by eating brightly colored lutein carotenoid vegetables

138. A CT scan that can detect human coronary inflammation and helps us in gauging heart attack risk

139. DKK3 natural protein can protect against plaque formation, atherosclerosis, stroke and heart attack

140. Consumption of artificial sweeteners was linked to type 2 diabetes, weight gain and heart disease

141. Enlargement & thickening of left ventricle and heart failure with weight gain

142. Sudden decrease in weather temperature linked to risk of death from heart failure

143. Gallstone disease linked to rise in coronary heart disease risk

144. CANTOS clinical trials shows canakinumab (Ilaris) drug can prevent cardiac attack

145. New smartphone App can replace ultrasound to measure the heart health

146. Middle aged men or women slow walkers are more likely to die from heart disease

147. Mothers with pregnancy preeclampsia may encounter heart diseases and stroke later in life

148. Risk to coronary artery disease (CAD) and heart attack (myocardial infarction MI) with elevated calcium levels

149. Exercise protein cardiotrophin 1 (CT1) stimulates growth of blood vessels, helps growth of heart muscle & ventricle in a healthy way and improves ability of the heart to pump more blood

150. Post term and birth weight predictive of survival in infants with congenital heart disease


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