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Some blood pressure-lowering meds linked to less memory decline in older adults
Sleep apnea worsens heart disease, yet often untreated
Patient Groups Praise Supreme Court Ruling Upholding Health Care Law, Preserving Critical Patient Protections
No-cost cardiology consultations for under-resourced communities: Doctors With Heart
Symptoms resolved in 7 patients with myocarditis-like illness after COVID-19 vaccination
Recovery an important link in Chain of Survival for cardiac arrest survivors, caregivers
Circulation journal special issue focuses on racial disparities in cardiovascular medicine
Young adults who lost and then restored heart health had lower risk of heart attack, stroke
CDC investigating rare myocarditis in teens, young adults; COVID-19 vaccine still advised for all who are eligible
Rural residents, American Indians travel farthest for certified stroke care
Twenty-two organizations call on Biden administration to put patients first as surprise billing law is implemented
Many adults with cardiovascular disease know risks, yet still don’t stop smoking
New certifications program in Middle East aims to improve heart attack care
Pandemic prevention measures linked to lower rates of Kawasaki disease in children
4 ways pets are good for your health and well-being
“Prescription” to sit less, move more advised for mildly high blood pressure & cholesterol
Magnets in iPhone series 12 can interfere with some implanted cardiac devices
Resuscitation leaders bring a novel, digital CPR-learning solution to Canadian hospitals
Obsessive compulsive disorder linked to increased ischemic stroke risk later in life
Healthy Senior Living certification boosts confidence in quality of senior facilities
Precision Medicine Platform accelerates data sharing and collaboration in scientific research
Risk of second stroke can be reduced with prevention efforts based on cause of first stroke
COVID-19 vaccine benefits still outweigh risks, despite possible rare heart complications
U.S. CVD death rate drops overall, county-level data signals ongoing regional disparities
Gender-affirming hormone therapy may not increase CVD risk for transgender adolescents
Social isolation and loneliness linked to increased risk of CVD in post-menopausal women
Healthy lifestyle behaviors reduced dementia risk despite family history of dementia
Black adults in U.S. who consume ultra-processed foods at greater risk for hypertension
2016 U.S. presidential election skewed BP, heart rhythms in those with existing conditions
Moderate-to-high TV viewing in midlife linked to later cognitive and brain health decline
COVID-19 pandemic magnified health inequities for people with high blood pressure
Angela Bassett headlines Know Diabetes by Heart’s virtual show from Apollo Theater
Vaccines for all, including adolescents, pave way to loosen masks, social distancing restrictions
Obesity during adolescence linked to increased risk of stroke as an adult
Legislation would provide free school meals to children nationwide
American Heart Association, Walmart Foundation strengthening food ecosystems to improve food access
Managing children’s weight, blood pressure & cholesterol protects brain function mid-life
Legislation supporting increased charitable giving among seniors approved by key House Committee
Air pollution linked to high blood pressure in children; other studies address air quality and heart
Women Face Unique Risks for High Blood Pressure and Stroke
Guidance on treatment for rare blood clots and low platelets related to COVID-19 vaccine
$1 million matching gift honors moms, boosts heart health
Food and Drug Administration to begin rulemaking process to prohibit menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars
If slightly high blood pressure doesn’t respond to lifestyle change, medication can help
Close monitoring for heart risk needed if breast, prostate cancer treatment includes hormones
More belly weight increases danger of heart disease even if BMI does not indicate obesity
American Heart Association Responds to Minneapolis Murder Trial Verdict
Scientists in California, Texas to study ways to help children receiving heart transplants