Women who conceive via IVF are five times more likely to experience heart failure than women who conceive naturally, according to a new study.
New research suggesting that joint supplements may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease events has been met with scepticism by Australian experts.
Researchers have found that by doubling the length of time that clot-busing drugs are used after a stroke, more patients make a full recovery.
Atrial fibrillation has overtaken heart attack and heart failure as the major cause of cardiovascular hospitalisation.
Heart attack survivors who skip breakfast or eat dinner close to bedtime are four to five times more likely to die, have another heart attack or have angina.
A major study has found that shiftworkers are more likely to develop coronary artery disease than daytime workers.
The test, given to potential heart attack patients admitted to hospital, could be misleading and lead to misdiagnosis and inappropriate treatment.
A major long-term study has found that eggs do increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and death. Researchers recommend eating fewer eggs — but not giving them up.
Middle-aged men able to do 40 push-ups are at low risk of a cardiovascular event. Indeed, push-ups are more effective than treadmills at identifying CVD risk.
Report: Patients who've had a heart attack are twice as likely to die prematurely compared to the general population, in part due to sub-optimal care.
A landmark Australian-led trial has found that doctors should not prescribe low-dose daily aspirin to the elderly unless there is a clear medical benefit.
A new three-in-one pill to reduce high blood pressure could change the way hypertension is treated globally.
In the past decade, deaths from atrial fibrillation — the major cause of stroke — have increased by 82%. New guidelines seek to counter this.
Adrenaline doubles the risk of severe brain damage in cardiac arrest patients and only increases their chance of survival by 1%.
Marriage may protect against the development of heart disease/stroke, as well as influence who is more likely to die of it.