Headlines Tagged with Cardio-vascular — 3,261 headlines found
A study discovered that vaping devices containing the stimulant could cause a stiffening of the arteries, as well as an increased heart rate and blood pressure. Swedish scientists recruited 15 healthy volunteers to take part in the experiment, none of w
Sep 11, 2017 The Guardian (uk)
added Sep 11, 2017 15:34
Prof. Peter Hajek, Director of the Tobacco Dependence Research Unit, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), said: “All three findings are likely to be presented as generating concerns about vaping, but none provides a cause for alarm. On the finding t
Sep 10, 2017 Science Media Centre (uk)
added Sep 14, 2017 13:52
Milan, Italy: New research has shown for the first time that e-cigarettes with nicotine cause a stiffening of the arteries in humans. This has important implications for the use of e-cigarettes, as arterial stiffness is associated with an increased risk
Sep 10, 2017 EurekAlert
added Sep 11, 2017 03:09
Nicotine exposure from vaping was associated with a transient, but potentially harmful, increase in arterial stiffness, according to researchers here. The study included 15 young adults (average age of 26) with no history of electronic cigarette use who i
Sep 10, 2017 MedPage Today
added Sep 11, 2017 03:08
Nicotine in e-cigarettes 'can triple the risk of heart damage by increasing the blood pressure of users'
Fresh concerns have been raised about the safety of e-cigarettes containing nicotine after researchers found they increase a symptom linked to heart disease... And the study found that a condition known as arterial stiffness was three times greater in sm
Sep 10, 2017 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 11, 2017 03:07
Because most people with COPD are smokers or former smokers, he said, most also have cardiovascular disease. "And that cardiovascular disease is usually reason enough to prescribe the statin," he added.
Sep 8, 2017 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Sep 9, 2017 21:09
The researchers, from University College London and Oxford University, believe this is because educated people subsequently less likely to smoke, eat healthier diets and do more exercise.
Aug 31, 2017 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 4, 2017 19:59
For the first time, a drug has helped prevent heart attacks by curbing inflammation, a new and very different approach than lowering cholesterol, the focus for many years. People on the drug also had surprisingly lower cancer death rates, especially fro
Aug 28, 2017 CBS
added Sep 2, 2017 21:47
Canakinumab, drug that fights inflammation, can reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes in people who have already had a heart attack, a new study finds....might reduce cancer risk in former smokers.
Aug 28, 2017 New York Times
added Sep 2, 2017 21:45
Although the study found that the drug also lowered risk in people who still smoked, Dr. Rudin said that did not mean they could just take the drug, keep smoking and figure they were safe. Quitting is still the best way to lower the risks of both lung ca
Aug 27, 2017 New York Times
added Aug 28, 2017 02:19