After tests run on human blood in laboratory conditions, researchers found that certain nanocapsules could help reduce dangerous side effects of blood clot drugs, and could potentially make it more effective at lower doses.
According to researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital, patients that experienced heart attacks at a young age have an increased tendency of suffering from long-term post-heart-attack if they live in disadvantaged neighborhoods and contributing socioeconomic factors.
Too much or too little time of sleeping at night could increase the chances of dying from a heart attack or stroke, a trend that remained true even after accounting for known conditions or risk factors for developing heart diseases.
Studies show that oral health and the presence of periodontal diseases can determine whether or not a person is at high risk of experiencing major cardiovascular events such as heart attacks and strokes.
Doctors at an Ohio hospital have reported that incidents of 'broken heart syndrome,' or the stress cardiomyopathy, have increased during the pandemic. Doctors believe that it reflects a temporary weakness in the heart due to the surge of stress hormones.
Scientists have found that drinking filtered coffee has health benefits and can fight off heart disease. By filtering the cholesterol in coffee, they even suggest that drinking filtered coffee is better than not drinking coffee at all. Interested to learn more? Click the link above to read the whole story.