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A randomized trial published May 14, 2022, in The Lancet found that people with heart disease who ate a Mediterranean diet for seven years...

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    People with heart disease who ate a #Mediterranean diet for seven years had a 26% lower risk of having a #heartattack or stroke, compared with people who ate a low-fat diet, according to a randomized trial. https://t.co/f0XlG3wvEN #HarvardHealth - view on twitter

Knowing the top 10 risks for heart attack can help you focus your time, effort, and money on reversing the biggest risk factors for...

Collapse all Expand all Background Smoking is a leading cause of cardiovascular disease (CVD), particularly coronary heart disease (CHD). However, quitting smoking may prevent...

Although the outcome after myocardial infarction depends on the time to treatment, a delay between symptom onset and treatment is common. Apple Watch, a...

Objectives The Salt Substitute and Stroke Study (SSaSS) recently reported blood pressure-mediated benefits of a potassium-enriched salt substitute on cardiovascular outcomes and death. This...

Does estrogen prevent heart attacks in postmenopausal...

August 5, 2022 — For people with coronary heart disease, beta-blockers can improve survival and quality of life, while aspirin and other antiplatelet medications can reduce the risk of...