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What is causing the pain in my shoulder blade?
There are many different possible causes of shoulder blade pain. In this article, we take a look at some common ones and their treatment options.
Exercise does not prevent blocked arteries, study finds
A longitudinal study suggests that, contrary to expectations, spending more than 7.5 hours per week exercising does not protect against blocked arteries.
A-fib strikes men a decade earlier than women
New research shows that atrial fibrillation develops in men 10 years earlier on average than in women, and that excess weight is also a factor.
Could tai chi encourage more patients to take up cardiac rehab?
Tai chi did not raise aerobic fitness, but it increased physical activity, was liked, and was adhered to by heart patients who refused conventional rehab.
Targeting 'simple proteins' may extend metabolic healthspan
Scientists have found that deficient levels of fatty acid-binding proteins protect against diabetes, obesity, inflammation, and other age-related diseases.
Marital ups and downs may impact men's heart health
A new study investigating the links between marriage and health concludes that marital peaks and troughs can influence cardiovascular risk factors.
Nonvalvular atrial fibrillation: Get the facts
Learn about nonvalvular atrial fibrillation here. How does it differ from other forms of A-fib? What are the risks, symptoms, and treatment options?
Low calcium may raise cardiac arrest risk by twofold
Researchers have linked low blood calcium levels to a greater likelihood of sudden cardiac arrest, a leading cause of death in the United States.
High-sugar diets raise heart disease risk in healthy people
A study finds that a high-sugar diet changes a healthy person's fat metabolism so that it resembles that of someone with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Leafy greens may contribute to a healthy heart
In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers examine the link between vitamin K and the structure and good functioning of the heart in teenagers.
Potassium may help to prevent heart disease
Researchers have found that increasing dietary levels of potassium could help to reduce vascular calcification, which is a risk factor for heart disease.
Severe heart failure may be reversible
In a mouse model of advanced heart failure, researchers show that silencing the Hippo signaling pathway can activate heart muscle regeneration.
Watching hockey increases cardiac stress by twofold
A new study finds that the cardiac stress resulting from watching a hockey game is equivalent to that of intense physical exercise.
Statins may prevent potentially fatal blood infection
New research has found that statins may reduce the risk of community-acquired blood infection with Staphylococcus aureus by almost a third.
Atherosclerosis: Skipping breakfast may double risk
Those who eat little or nothing at all at the start of the day have double the risk of atherosclerosis compared with those who eat a high-energy breakfast.
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