Exposure to more ready-to-eat food outlets—particularly pubs, bars, and fast-food restaurants—may be associated with a greater risk of developing heart failure.
Category: Patient Treatment
A study found that the type of transfusion approach used to support adults who developed anemia after a heart attack did not make a significant difference in their likelihood of having another heart attack or dying within 30 days.Read More
The FDA has approved Medtronic’s Symplicity Spyral renal denervation system for the treatment of hypertension.Read More
Daytime napping for 30 minutes or longer is associated with an increased likelihood of developing atrial fibrillation.Read More
New research from Cleveland Clinic has identified a link between sleep apnea and the development of atrial fibrillation.Read More
Traumatic events experienced during childhood may magnify the negative health effects of too much or too little sleep on children’s cardiovascular health.Read More
A recent UC San Francisco study suggests a significant relationship between sleep quality and the likelihood of encountering heart rhythm irregularities.Read More