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A year-long study deems bariatric embolization well tolerated and effective
Predictive program projected to save lives and reduce unnecessary surgeries
Findings have implications for heart failure, but also for cancer, diabetes and autoimmune disorders
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Women say health care providers do not listen to or respect them
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New center aims to improve heart rhythm disorders
Updated clinician guidelines on managing cholesterol are out now
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Risks of blood pressure disorder during pregnancy long known but now better understood, researchers report
Low vitamin D might be one factor involved in developing interstitial lung disease
Erectile dysfunction indicates greater cardiovascular risk, regardless of other risk factors, according new research
Johns Hopkins researchers have added to evidence that a high “star rating” doesn’t necessarily reflect medical accuracy or value
There is new evidence that a higher proportion of male to female sex hormones was associated with increased relative cardiovascular disease risk
An analysis found that as little as six years without physical activity in middle age was linked to an increased risk
Protein clumping may contribute to heart failure development and could be used as a diagnostic tool for testing therapies or disease progression
In an analysis of clinical data collected on more than 9,000 people, Johns Hopkins researchers have shown that the number of years spent...
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Johns Hopkins researchers report successful use of heart imaging to predict the benefit or futility of catheter ablation, an increasingly popular...
Study suggest that routine fasting for cholesterol tests could be eliminated for most people