Articles for Tag: "Heart"

Doctors call for limits on caffeine in energy drinks 
Doctors call for limits on caffeine in energy drinks
Saying energy drinks may threaten the health of young people, a group of doctors and health officials are urging the government to regulate the amount of caffeine they contain.
It’s still better to quit smoking—even if you gain weight, study says 
It’s still better to quit smoking—even if you gain weight, study says
Even at the risk of adding pounds after quitting smoking, a new study says quit anyway.
Students get rare view into live open-heart surgery 
Students get rare view into live open-heart surgery
Tired of telling your teen to sit up, eat right, don’t smoke, slow down and drive carefully? Perhaps some real face time with a physician performing surgery on an unhealthy heart might get the point across.
Diabetes and depression a deadly mix, study finds 
Diabetes and depression a deadly mix, study finds
Recent review warns that diabetes patients should monitor their mood and their hearts.
Heart attack signs women miss 
Heart attack signs women miss
Women may experience heart attack symptoms different from men. Here are four things the heart may be telling women.
Young hearts no longer run free  Featured
Young hearts no longer run free
You’re young. You’re invincible. You have your whole life ahead of you. You don’t worry about things like heart disease, or a sudden heart attack. That’s what your parents—or grandparents—worry about, right? Well, the chances are increasing that you could be very, very wrong. The number of young adults suffering cardiovascular disease is on the rise. Just ask Dan Cavanaugh.
Abbott lands FDA Approval for heart stent 
Abbott lands FDA Approval for heart stent
Abbott Laboratories announced that its Xience Xpedition heart stent was approved by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration…