It seems unlikely that marital status could influence the risk of death from heart disease, but new research from the University of Oxford in the UK has found that unmarried women are more likely to die from heart disease than women who are married.This is according to a study recently published in the journal BMC Medicine.
For doctors to effectively diagnose patients, the use of clinical laboratory tests can be essential. But new research recently published in The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine finds that doctors often face uncertainty in ordering and interpreting clinical laboratory tests.The research team, including Dr.
For the first time, a study suggests that being exposed to high levels of traffic pollution is linked to changes in the mass and size of the right chamber of the heart. The researchers believe this may contribute to the known connection between air pollution exposure and heart disease.Lead author Dr.