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Brush your teeth to protect the heart
Brushing teeth frequently is linked with lower risks of atrial fibrillation and heart failure, according to a study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).
Your paycheck may impact your heart health
The risk for cardiovascular disease may increase when a person’s income goes down, and decrease when it goes up. Fluctuations in earnings may affect your heart health.
Risk of heart valve infections rising in hospitals
People with heart disease or defective or artificial heart valves are at increased risk of developing a potentially deadly valve infection. Rutgers researchers reported that new risk factors for this condition have emerged and that an increasing number of patients admitted to hospitals for other diseases are at risk of contracting this potentially lethal cardiac infection.
Parents' smoking raise future heart risks for kids
When parents smoke, their kids may face a higher risk of a common heart rhythm problem decades later, a new study suggested.
Heart regeneration: Scientists uncloak one of nature's deepest secrets
The long-sought Holy Grail for heart attack patients has been a method to regenerate healthy new tissue, but the basic building blocks required to remodel an injured heart have remained elusive — until now.
Deaths to heart related conditions rising in the US
In the United States, total deaths to cardiometabolic disease, which includes heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and high blood pressure, have been rising since 2011, according to new research.
AI may help to spot heart problems
A new way of identifying a common condition that causes the heart to beat irregularly may have been discovered by artificial intelligence.
Scientists design protein blockers to fight obesity and heart disease
Almost four in 10 adult Americans are obese, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. What's more alarming is that in the past two decades alone, in states such as Texas, the share of obesity among residents has tripled. If left unchecked, obesity can even lead to more serious problems including high blood pressure and deadly strokes.
Congenital heart disease directly linked to cancer in young patients
Many contemporary discussions on our collective human fight against cancer center on the significance of genetics as related to the onset of this hydra-headed disease.
Study suggests e-cigarette flavorings may pose heart risk
E-cigarettes aren’t considered as risky as regular cigarettes, but researchers found a clue that their flavorings may be bad for the heart.
Eggs may be bad for heart, a new study says
Eggs are a staple of American breakfasts, but they’re a highly controversial food. Are they healthy or not? Do they raise cholesterol? Should you eat only the egg whites, or opt for yolks?
Men who can't do 10 push-ups at greater risk of heart disease, study says
Middle-aged men who can’t complete 10 push-ups are at significantly higher risk of heart attacks or strokes, a study has found.
Mexican tetra fish may offer heart repair clues
A fish that can repair its heart may hold clues for future treatments in people, according to a study.
Why late-night eating may hurt your heart
Late-night meals may take a toll on heart health, a new study suggested.
Why regular bedtime may benefit heart and metabolism
New research — which was published in the journal Scientific Reports — examines and highlights the importance of regular bedtimes for optimal heart and metabolic health.

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