Los Institutos Nacionales de Salud (NIH, por sus siglas en inglés) anunciaron hoy una subvención de $12 millones para proyectos de promoción de salud y participación comunitaria en regiones con minorías étnicas y raciales afectadas de manera desproporcionada por la pandemia de COVID-19. Con estos fondos, RTI International, una institución de...
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Two Boston hospital patient registries show women ages 50 and younger are less likely to have a heart attack compared to men the same age, but they have higher death rates a decade later.
Scientists finalized the Genotype-Tissue Expression project, which characterizes thousands of genetic variants in 49 tissue types from 838 donors.
A study profiles the metabolic preferences of human hearts, which supports future research to prevent and treat heart failure.
Credit: Daniel Reichart/Harvard Medical School
Scientists catalogued half a million heart cells to provide a reference for the underpinnings of cardiovascular health and disease.
A novel study shows a machine-learning model can identify gut bacteria associated with cardiovascular health and disease.
Women ages 25-44 had a higher number of first-time strokes compared to men the same age, according to new research in Stroke. These trends reversed for men ages 45-74 and neutralized for men and women ages 75 and older.
Credit: Jessie Huang et al, Cell Stem Cell.
A team of NHLBI-funded researchers has discovered a biological pathway that triggers deadly levels of lung inflammation when activated by SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
A trial at the NIH Clinical Center and Inova Health System explores how fostamatinib may improve outcomes in hospitalized patients with COVID-19.
Hearts donated from people with severe obesity aren’t associated with an increased risk for premature death or with poor health outcomes.
A Cleveland Clinic registry finds patients with COPD are not more likely to have COVID-19, but COPD patients are more likely to be hospitalized and receive intensive care after infection.