AHA News: Beloved San Francisco Drag Queen Spreads Message of Heart Health

AHA News: Beloved San Francisco Drag Queen Spreads Message of Heart Health

TUESDAY, Oct. 6, 2020 (American Heart Association News) — Drag queen Mutha Chucka is known for...
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Testing for a lipoprotein linked to heart risk is as effective as blood work

Testing for a lipoprotein linked to heart risk is as effective as blood work

Elevated levels of a little-known lipoprotein in t...
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Study identifies exercise as key to halting progress from diabetes to heart disease

Study identifies exercise as key to halting progress from diabetes to heart disease

An international study led by the University of Ot...
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Exosome treatment improves recovery from heart attacks in a preclinical study

Exosome treatment improves recovery from heart attacks in a preclinical study

Science has long known that recovery from experime...
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One-size-fits-all is no fit for heart health

One-size-fits-all is no fit for heart health

From Weight Watchers to wearable tech, there are m...
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Common heart defect—repaired or not—may limit exercise ability

Common heart defect—repaired or not—may limit exercise ability

A common congenital heart defect may reduce your a...
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Teens who are unpopular at school face a greater risk of heart attacks

Teens who are unpopular at school face a greater risk of heart attacks

Teenagers who are unpopular at school face a great...
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Online searches for ‘chest pain’ rise, emergency visits for heart attack drop amid COVID-19

Online searches for ‘chest pain’ rise, emergency visits for heart attack drop amid COVID-19

A study of search engine queries addressed the que...
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Machining the heart: New predictor for helping to beat chronic heart failure

Machining the heart: New predictor for helping to beat chronic heart failure

Tens of millions of people worldwide have chronic ...
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About 5,000 heart attack sufferers in England missed out on lifesaving hospital treatment due to pandemic

About 5,000 heart attack sufferers in England missed out on lifesaving hospital treatment due to pandemic

Researchers at the University of Oxford, working w...
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