Research indicates that the greatest risk of heart complications occurs in the month after a pneumonia diagnosis and the risk can continue for up to a decade. Watch out for these warning signs or symptoms and here are tips to prevent cardiac complications or heart attacks during or after pneumonia
According to a new study, women have a lower 'normal' blood pressure range than men. Investigators also found that women had a lower blood pressure threshold than men for risk of each specific cardiovascular disease type, including heart attack, heart failure, and stroke.
A new study finds that symptoms, ECG abnormalities, or favourable family history are present in nearly nine out of ten cases of sudden cardiac death (SCD) caused by hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) in young people.
Even healthy people who eat a balanced diet and exercise are susceptible to heart attacks. It is impossible to know who is the healthiest person in such a situation, since everyone is susceptible to heart attacks. Here are 4 signs that you have heart failure and you don't know