A new study found a significant association between increased stroke risk and dual use of e-cigarettes and traditional cigarettes—authors urging physicians to use results as a wake-up call.
Cases of infective endocarditis are on the rise and a new study suggests the opioid epidemic could be to blame.
Patients know that regular exercise is important but often need guidance on what's best. A pulmonologist advises on how to asses individual needs, utilize guidelines, and create a plan.
Psoriasis medication for heart disease prevention, the role of artificial sweeteners in different types of stroke, and 3 other noteworthy findings from American Heart Month.
From a mobile fluid tracker to an app with a 3-D beating heart, these are the top 5 heart failure apps that every primary care physician and patient should know about.
As the new year begins, several developments in heart health research are making the news.
What impact does this highly purified form of omega-3 fatty acid have on cardiovascular events? Authors of the REDUCE-IT trial sought to find out.
Consider this case of a 92-year-old man who presents with permanent atrial fibrillation and multiple comorbidities. Should he be anticoagulated?
A 76-year-old woman with drug eluting stent placed post-STEMI will need an antiplatelet regimen. What would you recommend?
Bleeding and "mysterious" sginal for MI seen in RE-LY persist. Message: continue to weigh risk vs benefit.