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Regular, Moderate, Coffee Drinking May Reduce Heart Failure Risk
26 juin 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
DALLAS, June 26, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Study Highlights: Regular, moderate coffee consumption may significantly reduce a person's risk of heart failure. Drinking the equivalent of two...
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Depression in Heart Failure Patients Hits Men Hardest
11 mai 2012 09h30 HE | American Heart Association
ATLANTA, May 11, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Embargoed for 9:30 a.m. ET Depression and reports of having poor quality of life are more likely in male heart failure patients than in women or men...
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Hospital Readmission Rates Linked to Availability of Care, Socioeconomics
11 mai 2012 08h15 HE | American Heart Association
Highlights: Differences in regional hospital readmission rates for heart failure are more closely linked to the availability of care and socioeconomic factors than to hospital performance or...
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Testosterone Supplements May Help Heart Failure Patients
17 avr. 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights: Testosterone supplements helped stable heart failure patients with moderate to severe disease breathe better and exercise more, according to a review of four previous...
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Taking Vitamin E Does Not Impact Women's Heart Failure Risk
20 mars 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights: Long-term vitamin E supplementation does not affect heart failure risk among women. Strategies aimed at lowering women's heart failure risk should focus on what has been...
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Sudden Blood Pressure Drop With Position Change Linked to Higher Risk of Heart Failure
19 mars 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights: People whose blood pressure drops rapidly when they stand, known as orthostatic hypotension, may have a higher risk of developing heart failure. The link between...
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Hospital Survival Differs Among Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Heart Failure Patients Depending on Heart Function
13 mars 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights: Among heart failure patients with preserved, or normal, heart function, Hispanics are more likely than non-Hispanic whites to survive their hospital stays. Among patients...
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Sleep Apnea Treatment May Protect Against Heart Failure
13 mars 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights: Sleep apnea can cause harmful structural and functional changes in the heart similar to those caused by chronic high blood pressure, but breathing treatment may prevent the...
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American Heart Association Launches Free-Access Online Journal
21 févr. 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
News Highlights: Among findings posted in the inaugural publication of the American Heart Association's online-only, free-access scientific journal: The NIH Stroke Scale accurately identifies...
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Heart Failure Patients Have New Hope
13 févr. 2012 12h35 HE | American Heart Association
DALLAS, Feb. 13, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- More than six million American adults suffer from heart failure. But, while the prevalence of this disease has increased over time, there are signs that...