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Daily Low-Dose Aspirin No Longer Recommended by Doctors, if You’re Healthy

New guidelines suggest the risk of bleeding outweighs the heart benefits among healthy adults who take low-dose aspirin.

VoA /
Brooks & Dunn, Ray Stevens to Join Country Hall of Fame

Country hit-making duo Brooks & Dunn are riding a resurgence of interest in '90s-era country music with a new album celebrating their top-selling singles, a longstanding Las Vegas residency and now an invitation to join the Country Music Hall of Fame.   The duo, along with comedic singer Ray Stevens and record label head Jerry Bradley, were ...

E! Online /
Travis Scott Literally Keeps Kylie Jenner Close to His Heart Amid Cheating Rumors

It's clear who's on Travis Scott's mind--and his sweatshirt. Last week, the Grammy-nominated rapper was spotted on the sidelines at a basketball ...

MSNBC /
Apple's heart study signals a new era of medicine, and doctors are debating the results

Stanford's researchers talked about the study at the American College of Cardiology conference in New Orleans.

Marketwatch /
An aspirin a day might not keep heart attacks away after all

New guidelines now warn low-dose aspirin “should rarely be used” to prevent heart attacks and stroke in people over 70 or without known ...

CNET /
Apple and Stanford release Apple Watch heart study's full results - CNET

The study showed more people sought medical attention for irregular heartbeats.

E! Online /
When Calls the Heart Is Not Canceled Following Lori Loughlin's Exit

When Calls the Heart will continue on the Hallmark Channel. The series, which starred Lori Loughlin, is on a "creative hiatus" to retool after Hallmark Channel severed ties with Loughlin....

UPI /
Blood pressure drug linked to death risk, study says

A well-known drug used to control blood pressure and angina has been linked to out-of-hospital heart failure, a new study says.

UPI /
Aspirin no longer recommended for heart attack, stroke prevention

New guidelines say aspirin should rarely be used to prevent cardiovascular disease.

CBS /
2019 March Madness picks: Four Cinderellas you should strongly consider in the NCAA Tournament

Here are the best picks in each region to win your heart, and maybe your office pool

USA Today /
Don't take an aspirin a day to prevent heart attacks and strokes: Doctors reverse recommendation

The American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association say most older adults shouldn't take 75 to 100 milligrams of aspirin ...

USA Today /
Sugary drinks linked to increased risk of death, study suggests

Frequently consuming sugary drinks is associated with a higher risk of death, according to a study published in an American Heart Association journal.        

CNN /
Daily low-dose aspirin no longer recommended as heart attack preventative for older adults

Cardiologists are no longer recommending daily low-dose aspirin for older adults except for high-risk patients because the risk of bleeding can outweigh the heart-healthy benefits.

Washinton Post /
Montez Sweat, who wowed coaches at the NFL combine, reportedly has a heart condition

His agents say it's nothing new and no big deal: "No change in health and no change in domination!”

USA Today /
Apple Watch may spot heart problem, but more research is needed

The Apple Watch can detect a worrisome irregular heartbeat at least sometimes, a newe study suggests, but experts say more research is needed.        

UPI /
More blood pressure drugs recalled over potential cancer risk

Another 43 lots of the blood pressure and heart failure drug Losartan have been recalled over the detection of a possible carcinogen in the tablets.

NBC /
Apple Watch may spot heart problem but more research needed

Other cardiac experts said the study, funded by Apple, suggests screening with wearable technology might be feasible eventually, but needs lots more ...

NY Times /
Tens of Thousands of Heart Patients May Not Need Open-Heart Surgery

Replacement of the aortic valve with a minimally invasive procedure called TAVR proved effective in younger, healthier patients.

Engadget /
Stanford study finds Apple Watch can detect irregular heart rhythms

Stanford has released the results of its Apple Watch-based heart study more than a year after it began, and it appears to have been a success, with a few caveats. Only 0.5 percent of the more than 400,000 volunteers received warnings of irregular he...

CNN /
Apple Watch app could save your life by detecting irregular heartbeat, study says

An Apple Watch may identify heart rate irregularities that subsequent medical tests confirm to be atrial fibrillation, preliminary findings from a new study suggest. A-fib contributes to 130,000 deaths and 750,000 hospitalizations in the United States each year.

Reuters /
Apple Watch detects irregular heart beat in large U.S. study

The Apple Watch was able to detect irregular heart pulse rates that could signal the need for further monitoring for a serious heart rhythm problem, ...

USA Today /
Sabathia has 1st simulated game since heart procedure

Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia threw his first simulated game Saturday since undergoing a heart procedure in ...

CBS /
Saturday Sessions: SONTALK performs "The One Who Breaks Your Heart"

SONTALK is the project of acclaimed Nashville singer-songwriter Joseph LeMay, who burst onto the scene last April with the release of a self-titled ...

CBS /
Saturday Sessions: SONTALK performs "The One Who Breaks Your Heart"

SONTALK is the project of acclaimed Nashville singer-songwriter Joseph LeMay, who burst onto the scene last April with the release of a self-titled ...

E! Online /
Save Up to 70% Off at Wayfair's 3-Day Clearance Sale

Home is where the heart is, so, admittedly, it's where we spend most of our time. That's why what you put in your home and how you decide to decorate it is a never-ending story....

CNN /
Bad news for three-egg omelet fans

It's been debated for years: Are eggs good or bad for you? People who eat three or four eggs a day -- or any equivalent of 300 mg of dietary cholesterol -- have a higher risk of both heart disease and early death compared to those who eat fewer eggs, new research finds.

USA Today /
Eating more eggs per day may increase your risk of heart disease

A new study shows that people who eat three or four eggs a day have a higher risk of both heart disease and early death.        

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