health conference: with Dr Johannes Marisa Last Wednesday was World Heart Day where the global community paid attention to heart disease and the range of associated health issues. The day is commemorated to promote different preventive steps and lifestyle changes to avoid cardiovascular disease, such as heart attack, stroke, heartRead More →

Reports Globe offers a global study and analysis based on the research of the Congenital Heart Disease Market. This report provides a detailed overview of the drivers and limitations available in the market. The Congenital Heart Disease Market report also provides prehistoric and quinquennial forecast for the industry and containsRead More →

ways to prevent heart disease “Cardiovascular disease is recognized today as the leading cause of death. We have several options to reduce this risk. If you pay attention to these 7 points, your heart health can be excellent, ”said the Cardiology Specialist Assoc of Istanbul Okan University Hospital. Dr SühaRead More →

The report recently attached by MarketQuest.biz with the title Global Congenital Heart Disease Market 2021 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026 monitors trends on the demand and supply side. The report provides access to research methodology, industry analysis, value chain analysis, and market analysis by product, application,Read More →

Hyderabad: Modern lifestyle risk factors such as smoking, alcohol, poor physical activity, stress, anxiety, and poor diet increase the risk of coronary artery disease. “Nearly 70 to 80% of heart disease is preventable through regular heart examinations, early identification of risk factors and modification of risk factors and major lifestyleRead More →

A type of heart disorder that affects the heart or blood vessels. Sometimes the term “heart disease” is also used as a similar name for coronary artery disease. The most common heart disease is coronary artery disease in which the coronary arteries narrow or become blocked, it can lead toRead More →

Eating more nutritious, plant-based foods is good for the heart at any age, according to new studies. In two separate studies analyzing different measures of consumption of healthy plant foods, researchers found that young adults and postmenopausal women had fewer heart attacks and were less likely to develop cardiovascular diseaseRead More →

The updated report on Congenital Heart Disease Market gives an accurate analysis of the value chain assessment for the review period 2021 to 2027. The research includes a comprehensive assessment of the administration of leading companies in the market and their income-generating business strategies adopted by them to conduct sustainableRead More →

Nutrient-rich millets can help meet the country’s burgeoning cardiovascular disease challenges, scientists have said. “Millet consumption can reduce total cholesterol, triacylglycerols (commonly called triglycerides) and BMI,” the scientists concluded after analyzing data from 19 studies, with nearly 900 people. The study was undertaken by five organizations led by the InternationalRead More →

Washington [US], Aug 21 (ANI): Cardiovascular genetic testing in children presents unique challenges, requiring pre- and post-test counseling with an individualized approach for families, ideally with the participation of a specialized interdisciplinary team, according to a new study by American Heart Association Researchers. The results are published in the journalRead More →

The consortium will seek to better screen and characterize the heart health of salmon by studying specific blood biomarkers that indicate the presence of cardiomyopathies such as heart and skeletal muscle inflammation (HSMI), cardiomyopathy syndrome (CMS), and disease. pancreas (PD). Assessing diseases with great precision is difficult with current diagnosticRead More →

A recent study found that adding millet to your daily diet may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke. The health-boosting properties of millets are great for heart health, and here’s everything you need to know about millets. The study Eating millets can lower total cholesterol, triacylglycerols (commonly knownRead More →

Drugs to control cholesterol (statins) should be continued, according to the ICMR. Are patients with heart disease, diabetes, or high blood pressure at increased risk for coronavirus infection? No, people with high blood pressure, diabetes, or heart disease are no more likely to get the infection than anyone else. AmongRead More →

Scientists examining the beating heart have solved a fundamental decades-old mystery about how the heart works. This revelation could herald the development of new treatments for heart disease, the leading cause of death worldwide. Researchers from Eastern Virginia Medical School, Florida State University and the University of Virginia have observedRead More →

Heart muscle becomes enlarged, thick, or stiff in cardiomyopathy, and in rare cases, muscle tissue is replaced with scar tissue. Credit: American Heart Association Genetic Testing and Counseling for Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases Can Help Patients and Their Families Make Informed Decisions About Managing Their Heart Health, According to “Genetic TestingRead More →

(artist/iStock, Getty Images) Studying the hereditary roots of certain cardiovascular diseases could help patients and their doctors make decisions, identify risks and manage treatment, according to a new report. The American Heart Association’s scientific statement summarizes what is known – and what needs further research – about the genes thatRead More →

A new market study, titled “Global Valvular Heart Diseases Treatment Market Research and Forecast, 2018-2023” was featured on WiseGuyReports. Valvular heart disease characterized by a defect or damage in one of the four heart valves, namely mitral, aortic, tricuspid or pulmonary. Adult heart surgery such as the treatment of valvularRead More →

February is American Heart Month. Implemented speak National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, American Heart Month is designed to raise awareness of heart issues and encourage everyone to adopt heart-healthy behaviors, such as healthy eating, blood pressure and cholesterol control, and exercise. Alexander (Sacha) Opotowskyassociate professor at Harvard Medical SchoolRead More →

This is the first in the How Australians Die series which focuses on the country’s five leading causes of death and how we can reduce the rates of these diseases. Tomorrow’s article will explore the second leading cause of death: cancers. Diseases of the heart and the vessels circulating inRead More →