More Cardiovascular News
Fertility Drugs Not Linked to Long-Term Cardiovascular Harm
Although a link between fertility treatments are long-term cardiovascular harm has been suspected, a...
- Posted July 31, 2013
New Compounds Could Help ‘Switch Off’ High Blood Pressure
A new compound developed to interfere with a particular signaling pathway could work to...
- Posted July 23, 2013
Frequent Exercise Risky for Those Carrying Mutation that Affects Heart Rhythm
Mutations in a particular gene, called ARVD/C, lead to a higher risk of heart...
- Posted July 18, 2013
Imaging Technique Can Detect Plaques in the Heart, Predicting Heart Attacks
A new imagine technique can detect plaques in the arteries, the blockages that cause...
- Posted July 17, 2013
Smoking Changes How Heart and Lung Genes Function
A new study has examined the changes in gene expression caused by smoking, and...
- Posted July 10, 2013
Cardiovascular Side Effects from Arthritis Drugs Could Be Preventable
A class of drugs that is used to treat arthritis, called COX-2 inhibitors, is...
- Posted July 5, 2013
Newly Discovered Processes in Artery Development May Inform Cardiac Medicine
A new study has defined a molecular pathway key to the development of arteries,...
- Posted July 3, 2013
Drinking Too Much Cola Linked to Low Potassium Levels and Heart Problems
A recent case study report suggests that consuming excessive cola can cause cardiovascular problems....
- Posted June 25, 2013
Stroke Patients Quickly Given Clot-Busting Drugs Have Better Outcomes
Quick delivery of drugs to break down blood clots is key to improved outcomes,...
- Posted June 21, 2013
Biomarkers May Allow More Effective Screening for Heart Disease Risk
Discoveries by scientists studying the metabolism of fat may help develop better screening approaches...
- Posted June 20, 2013