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Hypertensive women with highly active jobs have a nearly three times higher risk of ischaemic heart disease than women with normal blood pressure and moderately active jobs, according to research ...

Date : 15/02/2016

Professor Burkert Pieske (Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany), HFA Committee on Heart Failure Preserved Ejection Fraction Member and a presenter in Monday’s ...

Date : 26/05/2018

Patients also reported a significantly better expectation for their future wellbeing.” The group also wanted to investigate if the amount of time spent exergaming, which varied widely between ...

Date : 28/05/2018

[...]amiodarone has failed to improve prognosis in these patients and there is little information regarding the relative effects of ablation and medication on prognosis.” The CASTLE-AF trial ...

Date : 18/03/2018

Professor Böhm, who is also Head of Cardiology at the University Hospital, Saarland, has high hopes for a positive outcome, ? We expect to achieve consensus on several issues and, for the others, to ...

Date : 10/01/2011

China is paying the price of adopting a western lifestyle with soaring childhood obesity, shows a 29 year study in nearly 28 000 children and adolescents published today in the European Journal of ...

Date : 27/04/2016

Sophia Antipolis, 1 February 2017: A study published in JAMA Cardiology has added to growing evidence that electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are not harmless.1 “Studies like this give ...

Date : 01/02/2017

The campaign is an initiative of the MEP Heart Group, which unites Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) wishing to raise cardiovascular health as a priority on the EU political agenda. MEP ...

Date : 12/02/2016

[...]of his experiences, he believes that active collaboration between engineers and clinicians is crucial for the development of cardiovascular imaging. Cardiac ultrasound imaging is increasingly ...

Date : 07/12/2016

TAVI, introduced in 2002 by Dr Alain Cribier from France and 2005 by Dr John Webb from Canada, has been shown to improve survival compared with standard therapy in patients with severe aortic ...

Date : 28/08/2012