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That dietary fact could help explain why middle-aged Japanese men have less than a third the rate of coronary artery calcification than their American counterparts. An international study involving the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of
The data explosion from the emergence of mobile medical devices has been impressive. However, to avoid overwhelming doctors and patients alike and to realize the potential of this surge in information, this data must be organized," said Matt Douglass
Team sports can help make up for the estrogen loss of women in menopause to help heart health, University of Copenhagen researchers say. Michael Nyberg, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Copenhagen, said when women enter menopause,
The University of South Carolina College of Nursing and the wife of university President Harris Pastides are teaming up to improve heart health on campus. Patricia Moore-Pastides is joining the health fair Thursday at the Russell House on Greene
On Friday, Feb. 7, National Wear Red Day, Ursuline hosted the Go Red For Women kickoff. Go Red For Women is the American Heart Associations nationwide campaign to raise awareness that heart disease is the No...This is the first time that the kickoff
MidCentral Health's cardiology team is urging staff and visitors to look after their heart this Valentine's Day. This week, people will be celebrating Valentine's Day, which also coincides with the Heart Foundation's Heart Week. The Cardiology Team
From Monday through Thursday, you can get a free screening between 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. The Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Department is located in the medical building next to the hospital at 2030 Viborg Road, Suite 108, in Solvang. The
Despite the fact that heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the U.S., about three-quarters (74 percent) of Americans do not fear dying from it, according to a recent survey from Cleveland Clinic .
February is American Heart Month , dedicated to educate people about the importance of keeping their heart healthy. The urging to take care of our heart is embraced across the nation, and for good reason. According to the Centers for Disease Control &
“Heart Age” tool raises awareness promotes behavioral changes resulting in lower CVD risk The cardiovascular disease (CVD) epidemic is a world-wide public health challenge. http://www.