Heartorg Home Page
like healthier lunches,
according to study
A peer-reviewed study released Monday says that students now find school lunches agreeable even though they first complained when healthy versions came on the scene two years ago.
regularly may improve
Probiotics – bacteria in yogurt and supplements – appear to modestly lower blood pressure, according to a review of nine studies.
from severe strokes
at high-volume hospitals
High-volume stroke centers show better outcomes treating severe brain hemorrhage, study shows.
in several lawsuits
More than 50 lawsuits challenging the safety of testosterone drugs have been filed across the country following the launch of a federal investigation into reports of increased heart attack and stroke deaths.
At 9 months, Caden Ayon underwent surgery to fix a heart problem. The cure could’ve lasted his entire life, or at least until he was in junior high. Instead, he needed another operation just six months later. He’s a healthy 6-year-old now, and his family strongly supports research to help more kids like Caden.
Information and opinions presented in the Headlines section do not always represent the views of the American Heart Association.