Robert LuPone died on Saturday after a three-year battle with pancreatic cancer, according to reports. The late actor was known for playing the crowds’ neighborter Tony Soprano (played by James Gandolfini), Dr. Bruce ‘Cooze’ Cusamano, in The Sopranos. The news of his death was announced by the MCC Theatre, ofRead More →

The study followed patients for an average of three years and produced conclusive results: patients taking the CNIC polypills had a 24% lower risk of all four events than patients taking the three separate drugs. Photo: iStock Barcelona:Elderly patients with heart disease who took a ‘polypill’ combination of three differentRead More →

PCOS is a common hormonal disorder that plagues the 25 to 30 age group. In India, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder and for every five women in India, one is diagnosed with PCOS, according to a report published by Metropolis Healthcare. What happens in PCOS? ItRead More →

The Chronicle Thandeka Moyo-Ndlovu, Senior Health Reporter BRAVE Little Hearts, an organization that cares for children born with heart conditions in Zimbabwe, has called on parliament to address the challenges faced by those affected as they struggle to access health services. Statistics show that one in 100 births is aRead More →

BY HARRIET CHIKANDIWAPARLIAMENT was implored yesterday to pass legislation that tackles the plight of children with heart disease. Brave Little Heart Executive Director Tendai Moyo presented a petition during her appearance before the Parliamentary Health Portfolio Committee led by Tapera Saizi. Moyo advocated with the committee to compel the government,Read More →

Virtual healthcare was adopted more widely during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many people accessing healthcare providers remotely. However, easy and convenient access to technology means some people may choose to bypass healthcare and see Dr. Google directly, with online self-diagnosis. Here’s a common scenario: imagine someone sitting at home, whenRead More →

Symptoms of six common cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) — acute coronary syndromesheart failure, valve disorders, stroke, arrhythmias and peripheral vascular disease – often overlap and can vary over time and by sex, notes the American Heart Association (AHA) in a new scientific statement. “Symptoms of these cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) can profoundlyRead More →

Qatar Charity (QC) organized a week-long medical camp in Bangladesh to provide essential treatment to nearly 90 children suffering from congenital heart diseases. The medical camp, which runs from August 13-21, features a pediatric cardiology expert and catheter interventional procedures consultant from the University of Texas, USA. The camp alsoRead More →

Summary and introduction Summary Background: Intraoperative glycemic variability is associated with increased risks of mortality and morbidity and an increased incidence of hyperglycemia after cardiac surgery. As a result, clinicians tend to use tight blood glucose control to maintain perioperative blood glucose levels and therefore the need to develop aRead More →

Memorial Healthcare System received the 2022 U.S. Essential Hospitals Gage Award for its “Keep Your Move in the Tube” program. “Initiating rehabilitation earlier in a patient’s recovery during their hospital stay and further personalizing it for each individual patient has shown a huge positive impact on patients‘ lives and anRead More →

The well-being oi-Shivangi Karn In groundbreaking new research, scientists will rewrite DNA to create the world’s first cure for genetic heart disease, at a “watershed moment” for cardiovascular medicine. The world renowned scientists from UK, USA and Singapore have collaborated in this CureHeart project to design a jab for heartRead More →

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A BODYthe world’s first Physiology-as-a-Service platform, today announced the signing of a collaboration agreement with the German Heart Center Berlin (DHZB), a leading medical research institute specializing in cardiovascular disease. This agreement covers the development of a suite of innovative solutions that will facilitate the diagnosis and treatment ofRead More →

Ken Mehrtens, 80, underwent open-heart surgery 21 years ago to repair a leaking mitral valve. When doctors determined last year that the same valve was leaking again, allowing blood to flow back into his heart, the last thing the Grafton resident wanted was another round of invasive surgery. “I wasn’tRead More →