Latest heart disease News

Large-scale genetic study finds new link between Irritable Bowel Syndrome and the cardiovascular system
Good news: midlife health is about more than a waist measurement. Here’s why
What are ‘Ozempic babies’? Can the drug really increase your chance of pregnancy?
Stuck in fight-or-flight mode? 5 ways to complete the ‘stress cycle’ and avoid burnout or depression
Three quarters of Australians at higher risk of serious illness from COVID-19 do not have a COVID plan with their GP
Drinking apple cider vinegar may help with weight loss but its health benefits are overstated
Working conditions can explain educational differences in mortality
Sugar reformulation a FANTAsy and further proof a tax on sugary drinks is needed
Plant-based Beef Wins In Environmental Stakes
Germany decriminalised cannabis: why the UK should consider doing the same
What Breaking Records Really Means For Human Health
a review of changes to ECG Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) items,
Patient subsidies for GP-performed ECGs must be restored
Popular holistic health approach delivers limited benefits
Gustav Nossal Medal Awarded To Researcher
WHO unveils a digital health promoter harnessing generative AI for public health
Days are getting shorter and colder. 6 tips for sticking to your fitness goals
Manchester researchers help secure £49.35m to boost mass spectrometry research
Miscarriages linked to health risks in later pregnancies
The first pig kidney has been transplanted into a living person. But we’re still a long way from solving organ shortages
Study finds high prevalence of hidden brain changes in people with heart disease
Sugarcane Extract: Can It Improve Gut, Heart And Mental Health?
New research suggests intermittent fasting increases the risk of dying from heart disease. But the evidence is mixed
Heart Foundation welcomes introduction of new e-cigarette legislation
Parliament must pass vaping legislation to protect young Australians
Oxidative stress in heart failure varies between males and females
How much stress is too much? A psychiatrist explains the links between toxic stress and poor health − and how to get help
Cells harvested from urine may have diagnostic potential for kidney disease, find scientists
Scientists investigate new approach to preventing age-induced cardiovascular disease
Study examines prevalence of birth defects following DPR implementation
Oats and oatmeal aren’t bad for you, as some claim – in fact, they probably have more health benefits than you realise
Creating Remote Sensor To Detect Health Troubles
Vaping Is Ticking Time Bomb That Must Be Defused
Pacemaker powered by light eliminates need for batteries and allows the heart to function more naturally − new research
New research urges a rethink on how we view the value of our fruit and vegetables
Salty foods are making people sick − in part by poisoning their microbiomes
$8 Million Awarded To Predict Genetic Disease Risk
Sitting is bad for your health and exercise doesn’t seem to offset the harmful effects
Gut microbiome: meet Ruminococcus gnavus – the bacteria with a sweet tooth
New guidelines for early menopause diagnosis and management
Lead from old paint and pipes is still a harmful and deadly hazard in millions of US homes
This sporting life: how seniors can be fit and beat the world
Heart Foundation urges Tasmanian political parties to make strong commitments to tackle heart disease
Strong Plan To Deliver Northern Heart Centre
Ultra-processed foods: largest ever review shows many ill effects on health – how to understand the evidence
Could the days of ‘springing forward’ be numbered? A neurologist and sleep expert explains the downside to that borrowed hour of daylight
Diabetes Australia welcomes Government move to make more medicines cheaper
Cheaper medicines with twice as many medicines now available for a 60-day prescription