Lily Tomlin Adds Name To List Opposed To Use Of Dogs In Medical Research At Wayne StateCalling the research "senseless," Tomlin urges the use of dogs in cardiac research be put to an end.
Study Finds A Little Dark Chocolate Is Good For The HeartIt's more good news for chocolate lovers.
Study: Getting Married May Be Good For Your HeartMarried women are less likely to die from heart disease than single women, according to a new British study.
A Doctor's How-To Manual To Help Outsmart Heart DiseaseA Metro Detroit expert is sharing what he's learned from decades of treating heart disease to help people prevent and even reverse it.
Officials: All Michigan Newborns To Get Heart TestAll newborns in Michigan will be screened for critical congenital heart disease starting next year.
Research Finds Appealing To Vanity Gets Patients To Comply With TreatmentLead researcher, Dr. Ronald Chervin says after treatment, patients looked more alert, more youthful and more attractive.
Study: Veterans More Likely To Develop Heart ProblemsNew research is highlighting the physical effects veterans suffer from PTSD.
Report: Red Meat Link To Type 2 DiabetesA large new study out of Singapore finds people who eat a lot of red meat increase their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, while those who cut down on red meat cut their risk.
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.
Esperion Announces Positive Results From Phase 2 Trial Of Cholesterol Drug In Diabetes PatientsDiabetes patients who took a heart drug canadidate from Esperion Therapeutics, ETC 1002, found their so-called bad choleseterol, LDL-C, fall up to 43 percent, the company reported Monday.
Michigan Matters: Diabetes & Heart DiseaseWith the holidays here, it’s a perfect time to take stock of how we’re doing – health wise.
WSU Researchers Find Link Between Mental Health, Chronic Disease In Iraq War RefugeesWayne State University School of Medicine researchers may have discovered why people exposed to war are at increased risk to develop chronic problems like heart disease years later. And the culprit that links the two is surprising.