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151. Relationship between occupational standing and congestive heart failure heart attack

152. Cardiovascular disease, heart attack or stroke risks may be predicted and prevented by brain-scanning for the symptoms of stress and blood pressure

153. Risk reduction to coronary heart or artery disease (CAD) and dementia by playing golf game

154. Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT), a prostate cancer treatment was associated with higher risk of heart failure

155. Abbott's HeartMate 3 LVAD gets FDA approval to treat heart failure

156. Too much salt consumption may double heart failure, stroke and coronary heart disease (CHD)

157. A single injection of HDL or GOOD cholesterol can limit heart attack damage and improves heart function

158. Heart dead tissue with scars after heart attack could be cured with a cocktail treatment of GATA4, Mef2c and Tbx5 (GMT) transcription factor proteins

159. Cholesterol crystals are a sure sign of an imminent heart attack and stroke

160. Repairing damaged hearts after heart attack and heart failure with self-healing heart cells by preventing Singheart RNA molecule

161. Heart specialist Dr Ross Walker says too much of exercise can lead to cardiac problems such as heart attack

162. Higher risk to heart attacks, early death and all cause mortality with high levels of HDL or "GOOD" cholesterol

163. COMPASS Study Shows Superior Treatment With The Combination Of Aspirin And Rivaroxaban Drugs For Heart Attack, Stroke And Cardiovascular Diseases

164. More Than 25 Percent Of Coronary Artery Disease And Heart Attack Patients Have No Risk Factors

165. Kidney failure, amputations, blindness, heart attack and stroke complications by delaying insulin therapy among type 2 diabetes patients

166. Potassium rich diet such as avocados and bananas may help in preventing heart diseases

167. A study links late night meals to increased waistline, blood fat levels, heart diseases and type 2 diabetes

168. Study shows early stent is better than medication alone in heart disease

169. Life-saving CORolla heart-implant device for the treatment of diastolic heart cardiac failure

170. Study shows type 2 diabetes (T2D) and coronary heart disease (CHD) could be treated with a single drug or pill

171. Study shows link between retinal vein occlusion (RVO) and acute myocardial infarction (AMI) or heart attack

172. Predictive factors for peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and coronary heart disease (CHD)

173. Two cans of fizzy pop soda (a sugar sweetened beverage SSB) a week increases risk to heart diseases and type 2 diabetes

174. Study shows duration of the psoriasis disease increases risk to inflammation in blood vessels, cardiovascular diseases, heart attack and stroke

175. Quick diagnosis of heart damage, heart attack or acute myocardial infarction (AMI) with new blood biomarker

176. Skipping breakfast can cause atherosclerotic plaques, cardiovascular and heart diseases

177. Heart attack or stroke risk with an exciting sport event

178. Tool to predict 30-day risk of death or mortality for acute heart failure patients

179. Cardiac death or heart failure and "dead in bed" syndrome among children and young adults with diabetes

180. Traumatic experiences may increase heart and cardiovascular disease risk during midlife of a women

181. VitalScan device from Creavo Medical Technologies to detect heart diseases in a patient

182. Women are at enhanced risk of death in first year after heart attack

183. Higher risk to hospitalization or premature death among heart failure patients with diabetes.

184. Too much sugar consumption causes liver, heart and cardiovascular diseases among healthy people

185. American Heart Association guidelines says systolic reading of 130 mm Hg is the new high blood pressure reading

186. Enhanced risk of congenital heart diseases (CHD) with diabetic pregnancies

187. Increased risks to metabolic syndrome, heart diseases and weight gain by eating too fast

188. Lower risk to cardiovascular diseases, heart attack and death or mortality among dog owners

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