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Vascular closure devices market is expected to reach $1,286m (~€1,154m) by 2026

Vascular closure devices market is expected to reach $1,286m (~€1,154m) by 2026

Did you know that the global vascular closure devices market was valued at $705m in 2017 and is expected to reach $1286m by 2026? The...
Noise pollution effects: what do you think it does to humans?

Noise pollution effects: what do you think it does to humans?

In a nutshell, any sound that disturbs your peace is noise, regardless of whether or not you are used to it – But have...
Discover the funding for cardiovascular disease and integrated care & social care

E-health: discover the funding for cardiovascular disease and integrated care & social care

Introducing the SBRI Healthcare programme, the e-health funding offer launched for cardiovascular disease and integrated care & social care. With only roughly 6 weeks left...
LDL-cholesterol is unable to predict future cardiovascular events

LDL-cholesterol is unable to predict future cardiovascular events

New international study shows that LDL-cholesterol is unable to predict future cardiovascular events and fails to identify those coronary heart disease patients who are...
Scotland’s biggest killer: the need for cardiovascular disease treatment

Scotland’s biggest killer: the need for cardiovascular disease treatment

National charity Heart Research UK reveals 72% of Scots have been affected by cardiovascular disease, Scotland’s biggest killer – time to boost awareness of...
Did you know neck circumference predicts a deadly cluster of cardiovascular risk factors?

Did you know neck circumference predicts a deadly cluster of cardiovascular risk factors?

According to research presented at the Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology Congress (APSC) 2019, neck circumference predicts a deadly cluster of cardiovascular risk factors. The...
Did you know that dietary cholesterol or egg consumption does not increase the risk of stroke?

Did you know that dietary cholesterol or egg consumption does not increase the risk...

According to the University of Eastern Finland, a moderately high intake of dietary cholesterol or egg consumption is not associated with an elevated risk...
Greater risk of heart attack and stroke in women is linked with antibiotic use

Greater risk of heart attack and stroke in women is linked with antibiotic use

Published in the European Heart Journal, antibiotic use over a long period of time can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke in...
Deciphering the genetics of cardiovascular diseases

Deciphering the genetics of cardiovascular diseases

The Institute for Cardiogenetics at the University of Lübeck, Germany, is breaking new ground in our understanding of the genetic factors that lead to...
Many premature deaths are preventable deaths

Many premature deaths are preventable deaths

2.1 million of the 4.3 million cardiovascular deaths in Europe 2016, was due to poor nutrition and are preventable deaths. These premature deaths can...

Science off the beaten track

Since 2004 the main interest of Jeanette Erdmann´s scientific work has been the identification of the genetic causes of coronary heart disease (CHD) and...
Stroke and heart attack survivors experience loss of work and reduced income

Stroke and heart attack survivors experience loss of work and reduced income

Heart attack survivors, or individuals having experienced a stroke or cardiac arrest are significantly less likely to be working, and if they are working,...

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