Tooth brushing three times daily associated with 12% lower risk of heart failure
Brushing teeth frequently is linked with lower risks of atrial fibrillation and heart failure, according to a study published Monday in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology...
Take your heart in your hands, keep it safe - Joseph
Today is World Heart Day. Consultant Cardiologist at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) Dr. Akinsanya Olusegun Joseph explained to PAUL ADUNWOKE how to keep a safe heart
How erection drug could cure heart failure - Researchers
The anti-impotence drug Cialis could be used to cure heart failure, according to new research. The erectile dysfunction drug Tadalafil, which is similar to Viagra and sold under the brand name Cialis, was found to slow and even reverse the progression of the condition in sheep by researchers at the University of Manchester. The British…
How erection drug could cure heart failure, by researchers
The anti-impotence drug Cialis could be used to cure heart failure, according to new research.
High protein diet may cause heart failure
The Atkins diet may raise the risk of fatal heart disease, according to a new study.Analysis of more than 2,440 men found that those with a high protein intake faced a 33 per cent increased risk of developing heart failure, where the organ is unable to pump sufficient blood and oxygen around the body.
Unmarried heart patients face higher risk of death
Compared to married heart disease patients, being unmarried was associated with a higher risk of dying, according to new research in Journal of the American Heart Association...
‘How to reduce heart failure- related deaths in Nigeria’
Despite improvements in care over the past 20 years, reports indicate the chances of survival after a heart failure is still poor.
Umbilical cords could provide life-saving blood for patients with fatal heart failure
Cells from newborns' umbilical cords could provide a lifesaving treatment for heart failure patients, a study has found.
Premature babies are 17 times more likely to die from heart failure
Infants born before the 28th week of pregnancy are 17 times more likely to develop the condition than those carried to full-term.