A more detailed and accurate prototype could allow physicians to better diagnose and treat heart disease. Continue reading →
The brain, it turns out, is responsible for stopping the heart and not vice versa, a new study finds. Continue reading →
Women under the age of 55 are twice as likely as men to die after being hospitalized for a heart attack. What gives? It turns out women may set aside serious concerns that should be addressed as soon as possible. Julia explains why.
Sweating it out in the sauna is good for your heart, suggests new research, which links saunas to the longer lives, at least among men.
The muscle represents a entirely new, more humanlike medium in which to study disease.
A new study finds a correlation between living near a major roadway and an increased risk, in women, of suddenly becoming dead. Wait, what? Tara takes a closer look.
We've all said, at one time or another, that we were "scared to death" by something freak-out-worthy. But unless we were speaking from beyond the grave, we weren't being literal. Can we actually get dead from sheer fright?
Otzi the Iceman, a well-preserved mummy discovered in the Alps, may have had a genetic predisposition to heart disease, new research suggests.
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