Once, cardiovascular disease was thought of as a “older man’s disease.” But, as the American Heart Association’s “Go Red For Women” campaign grows, more and more women realize that, in taking charge of [...]
Women with demanding occupation that present modest space for choice making or imagination have an augmented threat of experiencing a heart attack and this is yet shoddier than straining on leaving a job, as per a research. The connectio [...]
High-flying women with demanding jobs are almost twice as likely to suffer a heart attack, research shows. Those with highly stressful careers are more at risk from strokes, high blood pressure and cardiac arrest. Women who say their rol [...]
Lung cancer has been the leading cause of cancer death among women since 1987, claiming the lives of 70,490 women in 2009. But it's still called the "hidden women's cancer," because other cancers that are common among w [...]
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder affecting about 10% of women of reproductive age and is a leading cause of infertility. A preliminary study - conducted by researchers with the University of Adelaide's Robinson [...]
In conjunction with the American Heart Association, Sherman Health encourages the community to “Go Red for Women” by wearing red Friday. Go Red for Women is a national movement to help fight back against the No. 1 killer of w [...]
Healthy women who take statins have decreased risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke, according to a study in America. The finding could pressurise family doctors to prescribe statins to “healthy” patients.
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The number of younger women dying in the hospital after heart attack has significantly improved in recent years, say researchers from Emory University.
Over the last decade several studies showed that younger women, but not older ones, are [...]
Heart attacks are becoming more common in middle-aged women, researchers say. The traditional gender gap has narrowed over the past 20 years, with the risk in midlife rising in women and continuing to fall in men, it is claimed.
US researchers looked at the records of around 129,000 postmenopausal women who had no history of heart problems.They found that those with the highest heart rates were significantly more likely to suffer a heart attack than the women with [...]
Mothers who live with either their or their partner's parents are at a threefold risk of heart disease, research shows.A 14-year study conducted in Japan found that women aged between 40 and 69 were three times as likely to be diagnosed wit [...]
Although heart disease is the No.1 killer of women in this country, signs of a heart attack are often overlooked by women aged 55 and younger, according to the results of a new study.
Researchers at Yale University Medical Center in New Ha [...]
Cardiovascular Disease has long been thought of as a man's disease while in reality it is the leading cause of death among women today. This year 435,000 women in America will have heart attacks with over half of them resulting in death. 8 [...]
Like Viagra before it, a drug once studied to treat heart problems may help treat sexual dysfunction. But this time it's being tested exclusively for women.A new study shows that a modified version of the experimental heart drug Candoxatr [...]