Burnout among cardiologists, however, did not get worse as a result of COVID-19. 

The authors tracked data from more than 102,000 women between the ages of 50 and 79. 

This latest analysis is an extension of the COAPT trial, which had examined the safety and effectiveness of TMVR with the MitraClip device after two years.

Enough time has now passed since the COVID-19 pandemic began that researchers are starting to learn more and more about how, exactly, it affected cardiovascular care.

The systematic review, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, included 13 different studies published from 2009 to 2019. 

Drinking coffee in moderation is associated with certain health benefits, but consuming too much leads to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease. 

Researchers explored data from more than 5,000 patients who were prescribed one of the two beta-blockers following an acute myocardial infarction. 

The American College of Cardiology has announced that its 2021 annual meeting, ACC.21, will now be entirely virtual. The meeting is still scheduled for May 15-17, 2021.

A team of cardiologists and radiologists explored the issue, sharing their findings in JAMA Cardiology.

Blood pressure guidelines that do not differentiate between men and women may need to be revisited.

Yes, researchers confirmed, the popular medication is still perfectly safe to take for type 2 diabetes. 

A new analysis in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society suggests physicians could be doing more to help older patients combat cardiovascular disease.