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Age and additional risk factors from complicated medical histories may make women more prone to cardiac failure following a heart attack.
Heart attacks, chest pain and stroke are just a few cardiovascular events these spouses face.
Many patients are avoiding hospitals and clinics because of COVID-19.
Hypertension raises the risk of heart disease and severe COVID-19.
Despite interventions, the risk of death for this population almost doubled after one year.
The national crisis at the intersection of health and social justice
Individuals who listened to 30 minutes of music they found soothing experienced less pain and a lower risk for several heart conditions.
Women have a lower risk of heart disease than men, but this protective effect is diminished in those with fatty liver disease.
Hispanics, folks with language barriers and people who are uninsured, have a low income or less education are less likely to know the signs.
Clock transitions are linked with increased risk of stroke, heart attack and other negative effects from sleep deprivation.
Canine friends are associated with a lower risk of death for heart attack and stroke survivors, especially those who live alone.
A siesta once or twice each week is associated with a lower risk for heart attack, stroke and heart failure in healthy people.
If you have high blood pressure, the flu vaccine may prevent heart attack or stroke.
Just one month after quitting, women under 50 lowered their chances of cardiac problems.
A meta-analysis has helped clear up conflicting previous evidence regarding this association.
Heart disease risk rises for everyone as they age, but for women, symptoms can become more evident after the onset of menopause.
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