Circulation

Cardiology

Air pollution exposure linked to enlarged hearts

Healthy people exposed to even low levels of air pollution over a handful of years developed enlarged heart chambers, a common precursor to heart failure, a new study indicates.

Cardiology

All weight loss isn't equal for reducing heart failure risk

Reducing the level of body fat and waist size are linked to a lower risk of heart failure in patients with type 2 diabetes, a study led by UT Southwestern researchers indicates. The findings, reported today in Circulation, ...

Cardiology

Scientists discover a new way to control blood pressure

New, improved ways to fight hypertension and low blood pressure may be in the offing, thanks to a discovery of how blood pressure is controlled. National University of Singapore researchers have found a new means of controlling ...

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