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Don’t delay—here’s why acting quickly at the first sign of a heart attack is vital.
People in cardiac arrest who are resuscitated by first responders using a laryngeal breathing tube instead of a traditional one are more likely to survive.
Gender inequality can raise the risk of dying from heart attack: Female heart attack patients are less likely to survive when treated by a male physician.
If you have peripheral artery disease, chances are you could be doing more to lower your risk of serious complications, such as heart attack or stroke.
Adding stress management to cardiac rehabilitation may bring extra benefits to people recovering from heart complications or surgery.
A combination of low-dose aspirin and any of three drugs known as P2Y12 inhibitors can help reduce the risk of blood clots after a heart attack or angioplasty.
Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs may benefit patients at intermediate risk for a heart attack, a large study has found.
If you have heart failure or had a recent heart attack, omega-3 fish oil supplements could be a potentially lifesaving addition to your pillbox.
Pharmacists who assess heart attack risk factors, give health recommendations, update prescriptions, and check in with patients can reduce heart attack risk.
An aspirin a day may keep heart disease and cancer away. But the recommendation comes with caveats.