All posts created by Earl Garcia
08/09/2018 / By Earl Garcia

Corticosteroids in asthma inhalers could make women fat and increase the risk of metabolic syndrome, a recent study found. Corticosteroids

http://www.heart.news/2018-08-09-asthma-inhalers-found-to-make-women-fat-while-increasing-risk-of-heart-disease.html

07/31/2018 / By Earl Garcia

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen and diclofenac were associated with increased odds of cardiac arrest, according to a recent study. Researchers at

http://www.heart.news/2018-07-31-harmless-painkillers-like-ibuprofen-now-linked-to-huge-increase-in-risk-of-sudden-heart-attack.html

07/30/2018 / By Earl Garcia

A recent study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology revealed that beta-blockers, a type of drug

http://www.heart.news/2018-07-30-beta-blocker-pharmaceuticals-found-to-be-totally-useless-for-heart-attack-patients.html

07/16/2018 / By Earl Garcia

A study published in the African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines revealed that Cassia alata, an ornamental plant more commonly

http://www.heart.news/2018-07-16-cassia-alata-has-anti-inflammatory-properties.html

09/30/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Meeting the recommended amount of exercise regardless of the activity undertaken may help improve the body’s overall well being, a study

http://www.heart.news/2017-09-30-just-move-it-doesnt-matter-what-you-do-as-long-as-you-do-something-according-to-international-study.html

05/25/2017 / By Earl Garcia

A recent study published in the World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases revealed that while magnesium levels may play a role in

http://www.heart.news/2017-05-25-eating-real-chocolate-may-lower-your-blood-pressure.html

05/21/2017 / By Earl Garcia

High physical activity levels may help stave off the effects of aging, a recent study published in Preventative Medicine revealed.

http://www.heart.news/2017-05-21-jogging-for-just-30-minutes-a-day-can-knock-years-off-your-biological-clock.html

05/14/2017 / By Earl Garcia

A recent study published in the British Medical Journal revealed that some of the most commonly prescribed non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

http://www.heart.news/2017-05-14-common-painkillers-such-as-ibuprofen-and-naproxen-found-to-raise-the-risk-of-a-heart-attack-within-a-week-of-use.html

04/29/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center recommend using five various tests to accurately determine a person’s likelihood of

http://www.heart.news/2017-04-29-predict-heart-health-with-these-5-life-saving-tests.html

04/17/2017 / By Earl Garcia
Firefighter 9/11

Firefighters are at an increased risk of suffering heart attacks due to intense heat and exertion, a new study reveals. To

http://www.heart.news/2017-04-17-new-study-suggests-firefighters-are-at-a-greater-risk-for-heart-attacks.html