Imagine a smartphone that can transform into medical equipment, helping to diagnose cardio problems and ease the fears of countless hypochondriacs!! A new smartphone may soon alter the way we manage healthcare by cautioning us of a looming heart attack.
Air pollution, especially inhaling the ultra fine particles of traffic fumes raise cardiovascular risks and triggers more heart attacks than alcohol, drugs or physical exertion, claims an intriguing new study.
A new procedure that regulates blood pressure by destroying certain nerves in the kidney could significantly cut the risk of future strokes and heart attacks in thousands suffering from the condition, claims a new study.
Though early treatment of cardiovascular problems is associated with improved outcomes in patients, majority of the people with symptoms of a heart attack still wait more than two hours before seeking timely medical care, claims a new study.
A new study has claimed that MitraClips are safer and more efficient than open heart surgeries for heart-valve repairs.
Chicago, September 22:Ban on smoking in public places could significantly reduce the risk of heart attacks, according to two new analysis of smoke-free laws in the USA, Canada and Europe.
New Orleans, March27:
Nearly three and a half years since Hurricane Katrina brought in its wake devastation, the tragic aftermath of the powerful storm may still be causing heart attacks.
Atlanta, Georgia, March 27: Most Americans consume far more than the recommended amount of salt, elevating their risk of developing high blood pressure and cardiovascular diseases, including heart attacks and strokes, according to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study.
Chicago, March 22: An additional member to the club of likely causes that can trigger a heart attacks is now the human gene.