Obese people who engaged in resistance training were more likely to see reductions in a type of heart fat, a new study finds.
Older women who are at a healthy weight may be more likely to develop heart disease when they carry excess fat around their midsection than when they store more fat in their hips and thighs, a new study suggests.
Scientists studying a bacterium that causes scarlet fever, severe sore throat and a form of heart disease are developing a vaccine that could prevent hundred of thousands of infections a year.
FDA approves first anticoagulant for pediatric patients to treat potentially life-threatening blood clots
The U.S. FDA approved Fragmin (dalteparin sodium) injection, for subcutaneous use, to reduce the recurrence of symptomatic venous thromboembolism in pediatric patients 1 month of age and older.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Pfizer Inc.’s oral drug tafamidis to treat a rare and fatal heart disease called transthyretin amyloid cardiomyopathy.
Novartis will pay $150 million to Ionis Pharmaceuticals to license an RNA-targeting cardiovascular drug as the Swiss company aims to bolster its range of heart disease treatments that now includes the blockbuster Entresto.
The number of push-ups a man can do in the doctor’s office may be a good predictor of his risk of developing heart disease in the coming years, new research suggests.
Acer Therapeutics in-licensed the clinical-stage, selective, non-peptide tachykinin NK3 receptor antagonist osanetant from Sanofi. MyoKardia regained global rights to all the programs that the company had inked with Sanofi.
The largest clinical trial so far to assess a new class of diabetes pills shows that AstraZeneca’s Farxiga can prevent heart failure and cut the risk of kidney problems in a broad range of patients.
Updated U.S. guidelines on heart health advise more personalized assessment of risk as well as two newer types of cholesterol-lowering drugs for people at particularly high risk of heart attack or stroke.