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Kevin Hart freaks the eff out at TV segment with live snakes, but Ice Cube stays cool.

7 hours agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

On Monday, Ride Along 2 stars Kevin Hart and Ice Cube went on Australia's Today Show, where they were welcomed by some live reptiles—and Kevin Hart almost had 19 heart attacks on air. https://www.facebook.com/IwakeupwithTODAY/videos/1165761946791802/ Clearly,...Show More Summary

Study compares outcomes at VA hospitals vs. non-VA hospitals

Among older men with heart attack, heart failure or pneumonia, hospitalization at Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals, compared with hospitalization at non-VA hospitals, was associated with lower 30-day all-cause mortality rates for heart...Show More Summary

Diabetes drug shown to help body rebuild after heart attack

New light has been shed on how a common diabetes drug can be used to aid recovery from a heart attack. Metformin is a cost-efficient drug usually used as a first-line treatment in Type 2 diabetes as it helps to make the body more responsive to insulin.

Diabetes drug shown to help body rebuild after heart attack

New light has been shed on how a common diabetes drug can be used to aid recovery from a heart attack. Heart disease is the leading cause of illness in diabetic patients. It accounts for more than half of all fatalities and the search...Show More Summary

Four-Car Crash In East Hollywood Kills Elderly Woman, Injures A Child

Investigators believe the driver suffered a heart attack or other health crisis right before the crash. [ more › ]

Composer dies of heart attack, at 29

The promising film composer Shan Johnson was found dead in her room in Chennai, India, on Friday. She was in the middle of recording sessions for a Malayalam film, Vettah, on which she was singing the title song. Shan had given no sign of anything unusual the day before. An autopsy found she had died of […]

A Heart Attack? Me? I Don't Think So...

Most peeps by now know that I'm a cancer survivor. That's right -- me, Fran Drescher, who became famous, then got cancer and lived to talk about it. So after writing a New York Times bestseller and founding my own nonprofit by the same...Show More Summary

IS THERE ANYTHING IT CAN’T DO? Aspirin May Protect Against Staph Blood Infections. “Taking a daily…

IS THERE ANYTHING IT CAN’T DO? Aspirin May Protect Against Staph Blood Infections. “Taking a daily low-dose aspirin has been shown to reduce the risk for heart attack and stroke, and possibly the risk for certain cancers. Now researchers have found another possible benefit: protection against dying from a Staphylococcus aureus blood infection.”

Incarceration of a family member during childhood associated with heart attacks in men

A parent's incarceration has immediate, devastating effects on a family. Now, Virginia Tech and University of Toronto researchers say there may be a longer term risk: Men who as children experienced a family member's incarceration are...Show More Summary

Incarceration of a Parent During Childhood May Later Add to Men's Heart Attack Risk

Men who as children experienced a family member's incarceration are approximately twice as likely to have a heart attack in later adulthood in comparison with men who were not exposed to such a childhood trauma, according to a study in the March Journal of Criminal Justice.

Connective Tissue Disease Increases Risk for Cardiovascular Problems

African-American patients with connective tissue diseases such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis are twice as likely as white patients to suffer from atherosclerotic blood vessels, which increase the risk of a heart attack, stroke or death.

Watch Greg Robertson’s MLS rap

"Your technology is all so wack/ There's too many of you; you need to cut back/ Your policies give your brokers a heart attack/ And talk on the street is, you might get sacked"...

RIP: DJ Big Kap

From Billboard: Legendary New York DJ Big Kap passed away from a heart attack early Wednesday morning (Feb. 3), his road manager, known professionally as Ab Traxx, tells Billboard. […] The ’90s hip-hop icon worked with Funkmaster Flex...Show More Summary

I can't change my heart disease family history, but I can lower my risks through better lifestyle choices.

By Julie Llamas Rickman I felt so guilty about my heart attack, it took me four years to tell my closest friends. I was embarrassed because I hadn't controlled those lifestyle issues. I had a family history of heart disease, but didn't think I was at risk for a heart attack. Show More Summary

Let's Talk About Sex: After a Heart Attack

If Salt & Pepa can encourage us to talk about sex, most certainly doctors can... at least they should. However, despite women being the usual initiator of this conversation, most women don't have discussions with their doctors about resuming sex after a heart attack even though many experience fear or other sexual problems. Show More Summary

Follow Your Heart: The Importance Of Home Blood Pressure Monitoring

In an effort to prevent one million heart attacks by 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention along with the Million Hearts initiative, have declared February to be National Heart Month. Looking at the figures, this is clearly a national priority. Every year, nearly 610,000 Americans die of heart [...]

Do you know your numbers?

Many believe that heart health involves strenuous tasks and countless hours at the gym. But just 30 minutes of exercise five out of seven days a week can reduce heart attack risk by up to 50 percent.

Infectious diseases cause significant emergency visits, hospitalizations for older adults

In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers calculated that infectious diseases account for 13.5 percent of emergency room (ER) visits involving older adults -- a higher percentage than ER visits for heart attacks and congestive heart failure combined. Infectious diseases are those that can be passed from person-to-person and caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites.

Do You Know Your Numbers?

Many believe that heart health involves strenuous tasks and countless hours at the gym. But just 30 minutes of exercise five out of seven days a week can reduce heart attack risk by up to 50 percent.

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