Heart Disease Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Study predicts over 1.2 million people in England and Wales will be living with dementia by 2040Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | Aberdare Online

    Researchers from University College London have today said in The BMJ that by 2040, there will be over 1.2 million people living with dementia in England and Wales, largely due to increased life expectancy. Their results show that, although the incidence of dementia is falling, the overall prevalence is set to increase substantially as people live longer and deaths from other causes, such as heart disease, continue to decline.

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  2. Improve a " dona t gut a " health care lawRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | The Wichita Eagle

    I doubt that many people would be so callous as to advocate to take health insurance coverage away from low-income people or eliminate health coverage through the Medicaid program for low-income children, pregnant women, and special needs adults and children. But that's the crux of the discussion on changing the current federal health care laws.

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  3. European scientists develop new handheld scanner for early-stage heart disease diagnosisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Medical News

    ... people, roughly 30% of all global deaths, died as a result of cardiovascular conditions, such as coronary heart disease, heart attacks or strokes. CVDs can be identified using a number of medical tools, including cardiac biomarkers, cardiac ...

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  4. Novartis receives approval in the EU for Cosentyx label update,...Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | GlobeNewswire

    ... joint damage[8],[9]. Psoriasis is also associated with other serious health conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease and depression[8]. About Cosentyx and IL-17A Launched in January 2015, Cosentyx is a targeted treatment that specifically ...

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  5. North America Hormone Replacement Therapy Market Share, Size, Forecast and Trends by 2021Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | Emailwire.com

    ... breast tenderness or enlargement, bloating, mood changes, headaches, and nausea, risk of breast cancer, heart disease, and stroke. Along with this, high cost of therapy is limiting its reach to middle class people. Further, women with high ...

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  6. Europe Hormone Replacement Therapy Market Share, Size, Forecast and Trends by 2021Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | Emailwire.com

    ... bloating, mood changes, and nausea, breast tenderness or enlargement, headaches , risk of breast cancer, heart disease, and stroke is blocking the growth of the market. Along with this, high cost of therapy is acting as a major hurdle. This is ...

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  7. Asia Pacific Hormone Replacement Therapy Market Share, Size, Forecast and Trends by 2021Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | Emailwire.com

    ... mood changes, and nausea, bleeding, breast tenderness or enlargement, headaches, risk of breast cancer, heart disease, and stroke is restraining the growth of the Asia-Pacific market. Along with this, women with high susceptibility to coronary ...

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  8. Middle East and Africa Nuclear Imaging Market is expected to reach...Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | Emailwire.com

    The Middle East and Africa Nuclear Imaging Market was worth $0.69 billion in 2016 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 7.83%, to reach $1.01 billion by 2021. Nuclear imaging market is showing strong growth predominantly in the cardiac sector, amid the growing attention towards cardiac disease deterrence and treatment.

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  9. New Handheld Scanner To Give Instant Heart Disease DiagnosisRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 5 | BioSpace

    ... lion people, roughly 30% of all global deaths, died as a result of cardiovascular conditions, such as coronary heart disease, heart attacks or strokes.

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  10. Another SpaceX First: Second Splashdown For A Dragon SpacecraftRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Aero-News Network

    ... Scientists will also look to apply new knowledge to the design of new stem cell therapies to treat heart disease on Earth. The Dragon spacecraft launched June 3 on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from historic Launch Complex 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space ...

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  11. Shingles raises the risk for heart attack and strokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Medical News

    Persons who have had chicken pox are prone to develop shingles with the Herpes zoster virus that lays dormant within them. A new study has shown that getting shingles - a painful skin condition caused by the virus could also raise the risk of heart disease such as heart attacks and strokes in individuals.

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  12. Widening Pool of Obese and Overweight Population Drives Demand for Low-Calorie Food ProductsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | SBWire

    ... have ended up in about 7-41 percent of certain cancers, 44 percent of diabetes, and 23 percent of ischaemic heart disease across the world. The rising prevalence of obesity and overweight issues is the foremost factor escalating the demand for ...

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  13. Novartis anti-inflammation drug stirs new hopes for heart therapiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Boston.com

    That's because Novartis may have just helped to validate a longstanding theory: that targeting inflammation could play critical role in reducing the incidence of heart disease. The pharma giant recently released top-line results from a 10,000-patient study indicating its anti-inflammatory biologic drug, canakinumab, reduces cardiovascular risk in heart attack survivors.

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  14. Prevention not a cure? Omega-3 in heart diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | NutraIngredients

    A new meta-analysis has confirmed previous recommendations for using long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids to reduce heart disease risk factors. However, the study published in Clinical Nutrition , found omega-3 supplementation did not improve management of cardiovascular disease or associated complications.

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  15. Life-saving heart treatments out of reach for too manyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Alabama Live

    ... disease in the country. It remains the number one killer in Alabama - more than 12,000 people died in 2010 of heart disease. Last Friday, Mended Hearts hosted a forum to bring together patient advocates, clinicians, state health officials, and ...

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  16. Predicting two-year survival versus non-survival after first...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 4 | BioMed Central

    ... diabetes mellitus, smoking, physical inactivity, and obesity. The major underlying cause of MI is coronary heart disease (CHD) [ ]. CHD was the leading cause of death worldwide in 2013 (8.14 million deaths, 17% of total), a substantial increase from ...

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  17. Incident Heart Failure Prediction in the Elderly: The Health ABC Heart Failure ScoreRead the original story

    Jul 1, 2008 | Circulation

    ... proposed a new classification scheme for HF to include "Stage-A" patients: those who do not have structural heart disease but are at risk for HF. 1 Unlike coronary heart disease (CHD), however, no validated risk prediction scores are available for ...

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  18. How Lack of Sleep Can Ruin Your MarriageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Time

    Researchers say the combo of sleep loss and spousal spats could, in the long run, be bad news for overall health. Scientists at the Ohio State University knew that people with sleep disorders or serious sleep deprivation have higher levels of inflammation in their bodies-a risk factor for diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and other chronic conditions-than those who sleep normally.

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  19. 8 Signs Stress Is Boosting Your Risk for Alzheimer's, Memory LossRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | News Max

    ... Left unchecked, it can be deadly. Work-related stress causes 10 percent of strokes, increases the risk of heart disease by 40 percent, heart attack by 25 percent, and shrinks the brain, say researchers. According to the American Institute of Stress, ...

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  20. Matthew SiskRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 24 | The Times

    It is the nature of my vocation that I am generally older than most of my co-workers. So to deal with the proverbial elephant in the room, I use humor.

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