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Newsbriefs: Poor Health & Memory; Processed Red Meat & Heart Failure

Research finds that poor health, lifestyle factors may affect memory
A recent UCLA study suggests that depression, high blood pressure and a sedentary lifestyle are among the factors strongly associated with memory complaints, even among young adults. Researchers found that these lifestyle and health factors, as well as diabetes, smoking, obesity

New Evidence for Body and Brain Benefits of Walking

Science continues to prove Hippocrates right when he said, “Walking is man’s best medicine.” If you’re beginning to lag on your New Year’s resolutions, or that Fitbit you got for Christmas is gathering dust, a trio of recent studies provide incentive to get up off the couch and lace up

Newsbriefs: PCI; CABG; Deli Meats

With PCI, Experience Matters.
The number of percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI), such as angioplasty and stenting, performed by your cardiologist and at your hospital may affect your risk of death, complications, length of stay, and cost. Previous guidelines recommended that cardiologists perform a minimum of 75 PCIs a year, and that

Drugs That May Cause or Exacerbate Heart Failure

Most heart failure patients need six to seven different prescription medications to remove excess fluid from their body, help their heart squeeze more forcefully, prevent it from overexerting itself, and keep their blood pressure under control. But that’s not all.
About 40 percent of patients with heart failure take medications for

How Much Exercise Is Enough to Help Prevent Heart Failure?

A heart weakened by a heart attack or other cardiac problem is at a higher risk for heart failure—a condition in which the heart can no longer pump enough blood to adequately supply the body’s needs. Exercise can help strengthen the heart and cut the risk of heart disease, as

Reduce Your Risk of Heart Failure

When a heart muscle contracts weakly or is unable to relax properly, its ability to pump blood is impaired. This is called heart failure.

Surprisingly, it is often preventable.

“The risk factors that predispose someone to developing heart failure are the same that lead to heart attacks: smoking, obesity, and a sedentary

Cleveland Clinic Heart Advisor: 2015 Index

Key: (month, page no.)

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure Control May be Improved with a Second Doctor’s Visit (Jan. 2)
Living Near a Major Road Raises Hypertension Risks (Jan. 7)
Bisphenol A May Increase Blood Pressure (Feb. 2)
New Pulmonary Hypertension Treatments Hold Promise (Feb. 5)
Insomnia May Raise Odds of Developing Hypertension (April 2)
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Never Too Late to Exercise

Further evidence that it’s never too late to start exercising comes from a study suggesting that even small boosts in activity can cut heart failure risk late in life. Researchers analyzed the exercise habits of about 11,000 men and women between ages 45 and 64, none of whom had heart

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