Tag Archives: Heart

Discrimination Against LGBTQ Adults Contributes to Their Poorer Heart Health

Washington, October 8: More than half of LGBTQ adults and 70 percent of those who are transgender or gender non-conforming report experiencing some form of discrimination, including the use of harsh or abusive language, from a health care professional. A new American Heart Association Scientific Statement, “Assessing and Addressing Cardiovascular Health in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,… Read More »

Heart Attack Signs for Women [INFOGRAPHIC]

The risk of middle aged women getting cardiovascular disease such as stroke, heart failure and heart attack could be reduced by the lowering of blood pressure. Researchers determined that high systolic blood pressure in middle-aged and older women is a strong risk factor for cardiovascular issues.[1] The percentage of potentially reversible as well as preventable… Read More »

Heart risk perception improve diet

Perception of cardiovascular risk following a percutaneous coronary improve A cross sectional study. Involvement heart the family unit as a motivator for dietary and lifestyle jeart perception identified to have important benefits through demonstrating supportiveness or as mutually-implied inter-family accountability. Qualitative analyses were conducted by an independent experienced qualitative researcher using NVIVO 10 and expanded… Read More »