Headlines Tagged with Cardio-vascular — 3,238 headlines found
The United States had the second-highest death rate from the most common form of heart disease, the kind that causes heart attacks, and the second-highest death rate from lung disease, a legacy of high smoking rates in past decades.
Jan 10, 2013 New York Times
added Jan 10, 2013 08:31
Heavy smoking appears to decrease the quality of saphenous veins used in coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), researchers found. Smoking at least a pack of cigarettes a day for at least 20 years before surgery was associated with imbalanced levels of
Jan 3, 2013 MedPage Today
added Jan 4, 2013 08:55
Chinese scientists have found that recent ex-smokers contemplating heart bypass surgery may run into trouble due to lingering smoking-related enzyme changes in the leg vein typically used for grafts.
Jan 2, 2013 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jan 3, 2013 04:50
Smoking cessation even a year prior to coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgery does not fully normalize the changes smoking has made to the saphenous (leg) veins used for the surgery and may lead to later graft failure, according to a study publis
Jan 2, 2013 Laboratory Equipment
added Jan 2, 2013 16:27
The top five ‘Good work sir!’ stories of the year ... Just a single cigarette a day 'linked' to sudden death These researchers were in it for the long-haul. Over 100,000 women followed over the course of 30 years showed us that there is no such thing a
Jan 1, 2013 Sunderland Echo (uk)
added Jan 1, 2013 13:27
Taking aspirin, statins and not smoking helps people with blocked leg arteries avoid complications
Dec 26, 2012 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Dec 28, 2012 05:13
The effect of loneliness on health is equal to that of obesity or smoking 15 cigarettes a day, say experts. They said being alone could hasten dementia and increase the risk of heart disease and high blood pressure, the Sun reported.
Dec 24, 2012 DNA India (in)
added Dec 24, 2012 17:11
New research from Columbia University Medical Center found that people who said they felt anxious and overwhelmed were 27 percent more likely to suffer a heart attack.
Dec 20, 2012 AFP - Agence France Presse (fr)
added Dec 20, 2012 14:54
Smoking Bans Linked To Lower Hospitalizations For Heart Attacks And Lung Disease Among Medicare Beneficiaries
We investigated the association between smoking bans targeting workplaces, restaurants, and bars passed throughout the United States during 1991–2008 and hospital admissions . .. Risk-adjusted hospital admission rates for acute myocardial infarction fell
Dec 16, 2012 Health Affairs (ca)
added Dec 16, 2012 16:23
Hospital admissions for acute heart attacks fall about 20 percent 36 months after restaurant, bar and workplace smoking bans, U.S. researchers say. The researchers investigated the association between U.S. smoking bans targeting workplaces, restaurants a
Dec 16, 2012 UPI
added Dec 16, 2012 16:15