The real culprit is saturated fats, so your diet is still important
In 2012 heart disease was the biggest cause of death in the UK - killing 15.6% men (1 in 6) and 10.3% (1 in 10) women. So anything you can do to help your heart out - eating healthily is a good start - will increase your longevity.
This section will maintain key information and medical advancements relating to heart disease - how to prevent it and what treatments are available.
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Cardiology Registrar & Clinical Research Fellow at Queen Mary University of London
Webcast hosted by the Oxford Longevity Project with Prof Junichi Sadoshima, Rutgers University and Prof Robin Choudhury, Oxford University (FREE)
Publisher of medical journals focused on heart diseases and stroke
Biomedical discovery institute dedicated to understanding the biology underlying health and disease
Non-profit medical association advocating for quality cardiovascular care through education, research promotion and development
Dr Gervasio Lamas and Dr Isabelle Schiffer speaking in online meetup about how EDTA therapy affects vascular diseases, organized by Forever Healthy Foundation (FREE)
Not-for-profit cardiology and heart surgery center.
Company developing simple and direct interventions targeting toxic forms of cholesterol for age-related diseases.
Medical technology company transforming the diagnosis and management of coronary artery disease.
Heart Disease Blog Posts
mRNA delivers mutated proteins - regenerates cardiomyocytes post a heart attack
University of Houston - 16-Jun-2022
Stemin and YAP5SA notably restores normal cardiac pumping in miceRead more...
Daily glass of beetroot juice (inorganic nitrate) could interrupt harmful inflammation
The Guardian - 09-Jun-2022
Nitric oxide is a potential anti-inflammatory compound for heart patientsRead more...
Same aged old male athletes at higher heart disease risk than female athletes
British Heart Foundation (BHF) - 07-Jun-2022
Stiffer aorta and older vascular age in older male athletes when compared to female athletesRead more...
Height may be an unrecognised non-modifiable risk factor for several health issues
The Guardian - 02-Jun-2022
Largest height study ever: being tall increases risk of peripheral neuropathy, lowers heart riskRead more...
Excessive TV time linked to poor heart health irrespective of genetic risk
The Guardian - 24-May-2022
Reducing TV time is linked to avoidance of coronary heart diseasesRead more...