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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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.
Journal covering basic, translational, and clinical cardiovascular medicine
Division of the American Heart Association dedicated to prevention, diagnosis and treatment to save lives from stroke.
Biomaterial designed for repair of damaged cardiac muscle.
Company that produces biomaterial for cardiac repair for patients who had heart attack.
Heart Disease Blog Posts
The Difference Between Dietary Cholesterol and Blood Cholesterol
23-Dec-2020 The real culprit is saturated fats, so your diet is still important
Processed meat increases the risk of dying from heart disease
Guardian - 21-Jul-2021
Impact stems from saturated fat and salt - no effect seen in poultryRead more...
Clinical experience in artificial heart with autoregulation of blood flow
pharmaphorum - 15-Jul-2021
New heart replacement therapy for patients with end-stage biventricular failureRead more...
Swap refined grains with whole grains to lower your risk of heart disease
Medical News Today - 14-Jul-2021
Whole grains help you maintain/lose weight, and keep blood pressure & sugar levels in checkRead more...
Fully-implantable wireless pacemaker that dissolves on it's own after use
Guardian - 28-Jun-2021
Bioresorbable device with no leads and batteries for temporary use after heart surgeryRead more...
Independent of glucose levels, hypertension increases risk of heart disease and stroke
Niigata University - 21-Jun-2021
Even slightly elevated blood pressure needs early management to prevent further complicationsRead more...