Cardiovascular Disease

Sleeping 90 Minutes Extra Each Night Reduces Sugar Cravings, Study Finds

Sleeping more improves people’s diets, especially when it comes to cutting down sugar. These are the results of a study published in <i>The American</i> …

Wellness

Scientists find 'good' cholesterol could increase risk of eye disease

“Previously people thought HDL cholesterol was good for health and protects the heart, we have shown it is not good and it is actually very bad,” …

Diabetes

Scientists unleash power of genetic data to identify disease risk

Massive banks of genetic information are being harnessed to shed new light on modifiable health risks that underlie common diseases.<p>University of …

Australian Universities

Three in five adults drink to relieve stress of daily life - survey

The research looked at drinking patterns 18 to 75-year-olds and found that 38% had drunk in the past year to forget their problems, 58% to help them …

Cardiovascular System

Sleeping Less, Binge-Watching TV Can Lead To Poor Diet, Studies Find

Poor diet and unhealthy lifestyle choices can be linked to spending extensive time in front of the television and not receiving enough sleep, two …

Wellness

Sleep yourself slim: how an extra 90 mins in bed can stop sugar cravings

Spending an extra 90 minutes in bed may not seem like the obvious way to lose weight, but according to a new study, it could be the key to shedding excess pounds.<p>Scientists from King’s College London have discovered that people who sleep for longer are less likely to pick sugary treats, or reach …

Wellness

JSS and iMedrix Announce Formation of Innovation Centre in

Connected Cardiac Care(Attn.editors: The following press release comes to you under an arrangement with PRNewswire. PTI takes no editorial …

Medical Technology

Chinese Firm Clones Gene-Edited Dog in Bid to Treat Cardiovascular Disease

With his black, brown and white fur, Longlong looks like most beagles. But the puppy has been sick with a blood-clotting disorder since birth — …

Genetics

Restless leg linked to risk of death from cardiovascular disease - Futurity

New research "clarifies how restless leg syndrome affects cardiovascular disease-related mortality in older women."

Health

Study reveals gap in life expectancy for people with mental illness

New research from The Australian National University (ANU) has found that men who are diagnosed with a mental health condition in their lifetime can …

Mental Disorders

There is a ‘deeply worrying’ number of obese nurses in the UK

<b>There is a ‘deeply worrying’ number of overweight healthcare professionals in the UK.</b><p>A new study suggests that one in four of the nation’s nurses is …

Health Care

More than one in four nurses are obese, new study shows

More than a quarter of NHS nurses are obese, with healthcare professionals more likely to be dangerously fat than those they care for, new research suggests.<p>Experts said the findings were “deeply worrying” and said patients would find it hard to stomach health advice from those whose weight was not …

Health

Seven Needham Doctor Among Boston's Best: List

More than 1,600 doctors were recognized by Boston Magazine.<p>Everyone knows the best hospitals around are in Massachusetts, so it stands to reason we …

Boston

One in four of England nurses is obese, study warns

Nearly half of English nurses are over the age of 45, which "poses a likely future burden of ill health for the healthcare workforce", researchers …

UK News

Premature greying or balding may be better predictors of heart disease than obesity

Male-pattern baldness and premature greying are associated with a greater risk of heart disease before the age of 40 than obesity, according to a new …

Diabetes

Study: Your pup may be saving your life

(WKRC) -- Those of us who have dogs know the emotional benefits they give us, but what about in terms of your health? It turns out your pup may be …

Scientific Research

Daily Chocolate Consumption Is Actually Linked To A Lower Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

Kate is a writer who laughs at her own jokes and likes to pour too much hot sauce on her food.<p>Chocolate and health aren’t normally two things that we …

Cardiovascular System

Is It Covered? - Cardiovascular Screening

Cardiovascular Screening<p>Covered by TRICARE?<p>Limits<p>Yes<p>When and how often depends on your age<p>Cardiovascular disease screenings are a covered benefit, …

Health

Dog Owners Live Longer, According to New Study

Rejoice, dog lovers!<p>Every year, more than 610,000 people die from cardiovascular disease (also known as heart disease), the leading cause of death in …

Pets

Dog ownership may lead lower risk of death: study - Xinhua

STOCKHOLM, Nov. 18 (Xinhua) -- Dog owners may have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and death, a new Swedish research said.<p>The study, published …

News (China)

Dog Ownership Could Lower The Risk Of Death, A New Study Reveals

The “man’s best friend” could not only be your good company but also could make you live longer. A new study reveals that dog ownership could reduce …

Pets

Your dog is helping you live longer

Well you can add this to the growing list of reasons to get a dog, new research suggests man's best friend is helping owners live longer.<p>The study, …

Longevity

Yoghurt could help to reverse the effects of a salty diet, study shows

It's good for your heart<p>We already knew that yoghurt is good for your bones, but now it seems it could be beneficial for <b>heart health</b>, too. According …

Diabetes

Nuts may protect against heart disease

A new study published in the <i>Journal of the American College of Cardiology</i> looks at the impact of nut consumption on the risk of cardiovascular …

Medicine

Amarin's Vascepa shows treatment effect in CKD patients in late-stage study; shares ahead 6% premarket

A post hoc (after the end of trial) analysis of the Phase 3 ANCHOR study showed treatment with Amarin's (NASDAQ:AMRN) Vascepa (icosapent ethyl) …

Business

Long-Term Coffee Consumption and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

New paper published in Circulation:<p><i>Background</i> — Considerable controversy exists regarding the association between coffee consumption and …

Diabetes

Nut Consumption and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

Abstract<p><b>Background</b> The associations between specific types of nuts, specifically peanuts and walnuts, and cardiovascular disease remain</b> …

Eating regular variety of nuts associated with lower risk of heart disease

People who regularly eat nuts, including peanuts, walnuts and tree nuts, have a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease or coronary heart …

Nutrition

Variety of nuts tied to lower risk of heart disease

(Reuters Health) - People who regularly eat a variety of nuts including walnuts, peanuts and tree nuts may be less likely to develop heart disease …

Diabetes

Cholesterol and statins

News (Ireland)