Heart failure patients who were unemployed have 50 percent higher risk of death.
A groundbreaking study has opened new possibilities for the prevention of cardiac fibrosis – a condition leading to heart failure.
American Heart Association released a new scietific statement providing consumers and health care providers guidelines of the possible detrimental effect of commonly used medications and supplements to patients with heart failure.
A new study revealed that patients who survived their first heart attack are more likely to develop heart failure later in their lives.
A new study presented at the American College of Cardiology conference in Chicago revealed that waist circumference is a better indicator of heart disease than the body mass index (BMI).