A recent study found that JAK inhibitors don’t increase the risk of cardiac problems

Rates of venous thromboembolism (VTE) were also similar (adjusted HR 1.1, 95% CI 0.7-1.6) in the study of nearly 16,000 rheumatoid arthritis patients, the researchers†reported in†Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. An examination of French national registry data revealed that patients taking Janus kinase (JAK) inhibitors for rheumatoid arthritis had cardiovascular results comparable to those of […]

Salt substitutes may help lower the risk of heart attack, stroke

Researchers used 21 international studies involving nearly 30,000 people in western Europe, the Western Pacific, the Americas, and South-East Asia. Salt substitutes could lower your risk of heart attack, stroke, and death from all causes, according to a new review of studies published in the online journal Heart. Researchers said it didnít matter where the […]

Study finds that 1 in 100 Indians has a concealed cardiac risk

A person with a problem may appear to be in good health, but they are vulnerable to risky cardiac electrical activity patterns that could result in palpitations, blackouts, or even death. A study of 1,029 genomes revealed that one in 100 apparently healthy Indians carries genetic abnormalities associated to heart electrical problems that might cause […]

Getting to the crux of the problem of bedwetting

When an usually continent person has Enuresis Nocturna, researchers present a persuasive, evidence-based case for broadening the diagnostic workup to include Cardiac Arrhythmias. The findings were published in the journal Heart Rhythm. Although involuntary urine during sleep can be an indication of several potentially fatal cardiac arrhythmias, it is rarely evaluated in the diagnostic process. […]

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