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  • Aging may protect blood vessels from oxidative stress

    Researchers have found that blood vessels adapt during the aging process to reduce damage from oxidative stress. Oxidative stress has been linked to many diseases, including high blood pressure, diabetes, some cancers, heart disease, Alzheimer’s and other age-related conditions. Oxidative stress damages cells by attacking DNA, proteins and lipids. It arises from an imbalance between […]

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  • On Your Feet for Heart Health

    A new study from Australia — that looked at how sitting, standing and stepping may affect heart health, weight and fitness — found that just two hours of standing instead of sitting may decrease blood sugar and blood fat levels. We found that time spent standing rather than sitting was significantly associated with lower levels […]

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  • CFD modeling confirms improved blood flow with new stent design

    Vascular surgeon Pat Kelly of Sanford Health knew his patients were doing better with the stent graft he designed, but he wanted a better understanding of the mechanics before testing the device more widely in a clinical trial. For that, he reached out to SDSU. In April, Sanford Health signed a licensing deal with Medtronic […]

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  • Updated screening policies could detect more abdominal aortic aneurysms

    Updating national screening policies could help detect a deadly form of aneurysm in older men; saving lives and resources, according to research presented in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Abdominal aortic aneurysm is a potentially lethal ballooning of the aorta, the body’s largest blood vessel, which supplies blood from the heart to the […]

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  • Patients at risk of clots may be missing out on life-saving treatment

    The formation of blood clots in the veins known as venous thromboembolism is the most common cause of preventable death in hospitals. A new study has now revealed that significant numbers of patients are not receiving recommended treatment to prevent these clots from forming – even after health care providers underwent educational programs. Forms of […]

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  • Aneurysms may recur years after endovascular treatment

    Endovascular treatment (EVT) of intracranial aneurysm is effective in preventing long-term bleeding, but may be followed by aneurysm recurrences in a significant proportion of cases, according to a new magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) study published online in the journal Radiology.

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  • Visualising calcified coronary arteries may be wake-up call to change lifestyle

    Looking at images of their own calcified coronary arteries may be a wake-up call for patients with newly diagnosed coronary artery disease to change their lifestyles, reveals new research. The study was presented today at EuroHeartCare 2015 by Rikke Elmose Mols, a nurse and PhD student in the Department of Cardiology at Aarhus University Hospital-Skejby […]

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  • Positive lifestyle factors linked to lower HF risk in older adults

    Adults aged 65 years and older who are physically active, not obese, have modest alcohol intake and do not smoke were more likely to have a lower risk for HF compared with adults who do not report these positive lifestyle factors, according to results of a new study.

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  • Cardiovascular disease in females new perspectives on lifelong risks

    While heart disease is the number one cause of death in both sexes, it poses special considerations in women—with risks often beginning in childhood and changing at different stages of life. Insights on cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk in women and girls throughout the life span are shared in a special symposium feature in the June […]

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