COVID-related recommendations to stay inside may have helped some patients avoid serious heart complications.
Drinking too much alcohol in a given week can put AFib patients at an increased risk of stroke, embolism and other significant health issues.
Obstructive sleep apnea is known to be a "modifiable risk factor" for recurrent AFib, the authors explained.
A large coalition, including several cardiology groups, is asking Congress to pass legislation that would help protect healthcare providers from the final rule's "arbitrary" Medicare cuts.
A 12-lead electrocardiogram revealed clear signs of myocardial injury related to COVID-19 and symptoms of heart failure.
The study, published in the Journal of Internal Medicine, explored data from a massive patient registry in Sweden.
After 16 weeks, study participants following the vegan diet lost an average of 14 pounds. One researcher described the team's findings as "groundbreaking."
The study's authors explored data from more than 37,000 adults.
The study, published in Heart, examined how even minor dietary changes can affect a person's health.
In addition, 49% of U.S. adults said the fear of unexpected bills keeps them from seeking care.
A cardiologist detected Sweeney’s condition during a mandatory checkup.
The updated approach relies solely on CT imaging data and does not require a catheter.