Study: Severe Heart Attack Victims Becoming YoungerA study from the Cleveland Clinic finds that patients suffering the most severe type of heart attack have become younger and are more obese.
Doctors: Watching World Cup Ups Risk Of Heart Attack For SomeThe tense competition may be more than some fans can handle.
Awards And Certifications From Dec. 12The latest tech-related awards and certifications earned by Michigan's technology-focused companies, institutions, groups and individuals.
His Life Was Saved At U-M Game, Now Notre Dame Fan Has A Wolverine HeartDuring the second quarter of the 2011 U of M-Notre Dame game, 69 year-old Fighting Irish fan, Leo Staudacher, suffered a cardiac arrest.
Detroit EMT Suffers Heart Attack On The JobDespite his own distress, the 40-year-old EMT finished caring for his patient.
Learning CPR Could Help You Save A LifeIf someone collapsed in front of you, would you know what to do to keep that person alive?
Foster Dog Credited With Saving Volunteer's LifePug/Beagle-mix Joleen barked for help after her foster mom suffered a heart attack. "She kept licking my face, trying to wake me up,” Klatt said. “She’s my angel!”
Daylight Saving Time: Dangerous For Your Heart?This is the weekend when we switch back to Daylight Saving Time. But did you know that losing that hour of sleep can be dangerous to your health?
Beaumont Looking For Volunteers For Heart StudyThe five-year research study will evaluate the effectiveness of a medication that reduces inflammation.
Henry Ford First In Michigan To Use Stem Cells To Preserve Heart FunctionPhysicians at Henry Ford Hospital are the first in Michigan in a new national research study to investigate treating a recent heart attack with a patient's own stem cells to preserve heart muscle function.
Study: ADHD Drugs Not Linked To Increased Heart Risks In AdultsA study released this week found that adults who take medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder do not appear to increase their risk of heat attack or stroke.
U-M Study: Women Smokers Face Tougher Odds After Heart AttackFewer women than men smoke in the United States, but the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center study suggests smoking is more dangerous for women.