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White House: Kudlow Had
'Very Mild Heart Attack'
Jun 12, 2018 12:04 AM CDT
White House: Kudlow Had 'Very Mild Heart Attack'
'He's doing fine,' wife says
- Larry Kudlow is in good condition after a heart attack and "his doctors expect he will make a full and speedy recovery," White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said late Monday. President Trump disclosed that Kudlow had suffered a heart attack in a tweet minutes before his summit...
Top Trump Adviser Kudlow
Has Heart Attack
Jun 11, 2018 7:52 PM CDT
Top Trump Adviser Kudlow Has Heart Attack
President's economic adviser is hospitalized
- Minutes ahead of his summit with Kim Jong Un, President Trump's Twitter feed announced that top economic adviser Larry Kudlow has been hospitalized after suffering a heart attack. "Our Great Larry Kudlow, who has been working so hard on trade and the economy, has just suffered a heart...
Kevin Smith Survives
Massive Heart Attack
Feb 26, 2018 6:21 AM CST
Kevin Smith Survives Massive Heart Attack
'If I hadn’t canceled show 2 to go to the hospital, I would've died tonight'
- Kevin Smith says he's lucky to be "above ground" after suffering a massive heart attack Sunday night. The
director shared the news in a tweet early Monday, along with a selfie including tubes and a hospital gown, per the
. "After the first show this...
Eric Garner's Daughter
in Coma After Heart Attack
Dec 26, 2017 5:33 AM CST
Eric Garner's Daughter in Coma After Heart Attack
27-year-old activist is in grave condition, family says
- Erica Garner, the 27-year-old daughter of Eric Garner , spent Christmas Day fighting for her life after what family members say was an asthma-induced heart attack. The anti-police brutality activist is one of the six children of Garner, who died in 2014 after being placed in a banned chokehold by New...
Boy Goes Into
After Biting Into
Sep 7, 2017 11:00 AM CDT
Boy Goes Into Cardiac Arrest After Biting Into Hot Dog
Doctors say he has Brugada syndrome
- When a 9-year-old boy took a big bite out of a hot dog in Turkey, he didn't choke on it—but he still almost died. That's because, as tests following his resuscitation from cardiac arrest revealed, he has a rare genetic condition known as Brugada syndrome, which impairs...
More Heart Attacks
Aug 29, 2017 8:20 AM CDT
Cold Weather May Trigger More Heart Attacks
Drop in air temps could be a risk for people with plaques in their arteries
- When the temperature drops, the number of heart attacks goes up, according to a massive 16-year study of some 280,000 patients in Sweden. "There is seasonal variation in the occurrence of heart attack, with incidence declining in summer and peaking in winter," says the lead author in...
Your Baby Warms Your Heart.
Breastfeeding Might Protect It
Jun 22, 2017 12:05 PM CDT
Your Baby Warms Your Heart. Breastfeeding Might Protect It
Nursing a baby for two years provides the most protection
- It's well established that breastfeeding confers a wide range of health benefits to both mother and baby. For instance, a mother's risk of obesity, breast and ovarian cancer, and osteoporosis go down if she nursed, reports the
. But now researchers report in the
Journal of the American
Study Pits Drones Against
Ambulances, With Clear Winner
Jun 18, 2017 2:15 PM CDT
Study Pits Drones Against Ambulances, With Clear Winner
Drones beat ambulances to the scene every time in Swedish tests
- They're already used by international spies and nosy neighbors. And one day in the future, drones may be used to save lives, Reuters reports. Sweden scientists tested whether a drone could be used to rush defibrillators to people suffering heart attacks. The Karolinska Institute study found that drones beat...
For Your Heart's Sake,
Go Easy on the Ibuprofen
May 10, 2017 10:51 AM CDT
For Your Heart's Sake, Go Easy on the Ibuprofen
Researchers see increased risk with high doses of NSAID painkillers
- A new study adds to evidence that high doses of common painkillers such as ibuprofen increase the risk of heart attack. Researchers report in the
British Medical Journal
that patients prescribed non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs were at greater risk for heart trouble in the first 30 days, reports the BBC . The...
There's a Major
May 9, 2017 6:24 PM CDT
There's a Major Misconception About Dairy
It's not linked to increase in cardiovascular disease: study
- Gouda news for cheese lovers: Despite claims that the fatty treat does damage to your cardiovascular health, a review of 29 studies has found no evidence that full-fat dairy products like cheese and milk boost one's risk of death, heart attack, or stroke. While many dairy products are high...
More Bad News
on Yo-Yo Dieting
Apr 7, 2017 8:30 PM CDT
More Bad News on Yo-Yo Dieting
People with coronary heart disease have something else to worry about
- Losing weight is one thing, keeping it off quite another. And now researchers are finding that among those with coronary heart disease (CHD)—which the Mayo Clinic reports develops from damaged or diseased blood vessels typically caused by blockage and inflammation—yo-yo dieting may dramatically increase the risk of stroke,...
Had a Heart Attack
Mar 26, 2017 7:38 AM CDT
Antonio Banderas Had a Heart Attack
Actor says he's recovered from January episode
- Spanish film star Antonio Banderas says he has recovered from a heart attack that he had in January. The 56-year-old Banderas tells Spanish media that "I suffered a heart attack on Jan. 26, but it wasn't serious and hasn't caused any damage," reports the AP . Banderas...
Meds Linked to
Mar 15, 2017 7:55 PM CDT
Common Meds Linked to Heart Problems
Ibuprofen raises risk of cardiac arrest by 31%: Danish researchers
- Taking ibuprofen to ease a headache may seem like no big deal, but Danish researchers caution against overdoing it. A study in the
European Heart Journal
suggests that ibuprofen, one of America's most popular painkillers, raises a person's risk of cardiac arrest by 31%. Other types of non-steroidal...
Feb 27, 2017 12:31 PM CST
Has Major Heart Attack
Bob Harper says he's feeling lucky after attack knocked him out for 2 days
- Fitness trainer Bob Harper, host of NBC's
The Biggest Loser
, says he's recovering from a serious heart attack that left him unconscious for two days, the AP reports. Harper tells TMZ he was working out in a gym in New York City this month when he collapsed. He...
Here's Why You Should Use
Heartburn Meds With Caution
Nov 20, 2016 2:05 PM CST
Here's Why You Should Use Heartburn Meds With Caution
Proton pump inhibitors appear to increase the risk of ischemic stroke
- Heartburn is a big problem in the US. In fact, proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), which are used to treat acid reflux and heartburn, are among the most prescribed drugs in the country, with millions taking them, and they're becoming more widely available over-the-counter, reports CNN . But a preliminary report...
Yo-Yo Dieting Is Bad
for Women's Hearts
Nov 16, 2016 11:47 AM CST
Yo-Yo Dieting Is Bad for Women's Hearts
'Weight cycling' appears to be a significant risk factor for otherwise healthy women
- Lots of people are trying to lose weight—24% of American men and 38% of American women—but most who succeed also gain it back quickly, reports Medical News Daily . This so-called "weight cycling" or "yo-yo effect" could end up being quite hard on the hearts of both...
When Dad Dies on Trail,
Boy Scout Leads
Kids to Safety
Nov 16, 2016 10:35 AM CST
When Dad Dies on Trail, Boy Scout Leads Kids to Safety
'I know he would've wanted me to lead'
- When his father suddenly died while leading 34 Boy Scouts and chaperones on a 19-mile hike in the Appalachian Mountains in New Hampshire, 16-year-old David Norton didn't panic. Instead, he led just as his father had done. David, who hails from Acton, Mass., was in charge of a group...
Here's Why You Should
Never Exercise When Angry
Oct 11, 2016 6:06 AM CDT
Here's Why You Should Never Exercise When Angry
Researchers say it triples heart attack risk
- Exercising to "blow off steam" when you're furious is how a lot of people end up having their first heart attack, researchers warn. Physical activity and emotional upset are both known to trigger heart attacks, and the combination of the two can be deadly, according to research published...
The Conjuring 2
Jun 19, 2016 2:38 PM CDT
The Conjuring 2
Dies, Then Disappears
65-year-old man in India suffered chest pains
- A man's death at a screening of
The Conjuring 2
—and the subsequent disappearance of his body—didn't go unnoticed in southern India last week, the
Times of India
reports. The 65-year-old was watching the film at a movie house in the town of Tiruvannamalai on Thursday night...
From Heart Attack
May 24, 2016 11:56 AM CDT
Family: 'Miracle' Saved 5-Year-Old From Heart Attack
His dad gave him CPR for 16 minutes
- Stone Buckner lost oxygen at birth so that he was "laying lifeless," says his father, David Buckner. "I saw God work that out." He's now witnessed a second "miracle." Now 5, Stone collapsed and stopped breathing on Friday, reports WATE . "I laid...
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