Monday, December 22, 2014

Heart Health

Know Your Heart?
True or False: People who do not get enough sleep are more than twice as likely as others to die of heart disease.
Upcoming Event
Learn more about health and fitness at this community informational session at the Adidas Store on South Street. Adidas on South St. • 436 South St., Philadelphia, PA
238 hospitals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are compared based on their performance with heart attacks and heart failures.
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Those in poorest shape were more likely to have high blood pressure, study found
Women have slightly greater gains than men, study finds
Women have slightly greater gains than men, study finds
Treatment must be given within 6 hours after a stroke starts, researchers say
Even fewer consume an amount thought to help curb heart disease, study found
Review found those who took yoga classes saw improvements in blood pressure, cholesterol, weight
Study of younger patients finds they often get misinformation
Getting it earlier or later raised chances of trouble, experts think childhood obesity might be at play
The screen is meant for people without history of heart disease, agency says
Agency says best results obtained for black women
Researchers explore barriers to cardiac arrest treatment
Atrial fibrillation often hits older people, but study shows getting healthier can curb it
Jump in residents' stress, physical exertion may have played a role, researchers say
Finding could lead to reduced risks for patients
Link was seen mostly in people with higher levels of education, researchers said
Medical conditions or treatments may affect fertility, researchers say