Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

Heart News

Study: four cups of coffee protects the heart

A new study finds that caffeine, at the level equivalent to four standard cups of coffee, protects the heart with the added help of mitochondria.

New algorithm predicts life expectancy after heart failure

London - A new algorithm, devised from deep learning, can accurately predicts who is most likely to survive heart failure, and for how long. The platform can also determine whether or not a patient will receive a heart transplant.

Interview: 3D printing promises transplantable hearts Special

The company BIOLIFE4D wants to create transplantable hearts based on patients’ own cells, eliminating organ rejection, through 3D bio-printing. The company's Steven Morris explains more.

Heart attack risk high with one cigarette a day: study

Paris - Just one cigarette a day carries nearly half the risk for heart attack and stroke as smoking a full pack of 20, according to a large-scale study published Thursday.

The man with a young woman's heart

Cape Town - Fifty years ago South Africa stunned the world: A surgeon in Cape Town, Christiaan Barnard, successfully transplanted the heart of a woman into the chest of a dying man.

Heart surgery? Slate it for the afternoon, study says

Paris - The risk of serious heart problems after open heart surgery nearly doubles when the operation is performed in the morning rather than the afternoon, researchers said Friday.

Meet Chip Schutzman: President of Miles High Productions Special

Los Angeles - Chip Schutzman is the president and founder of Miles High Productions, a respected online music marketing, social media and promotion company.

Heart's longtime manager Carol Peters passes away

On September 18, the music industry lost one of its most powerful women, Carol Peters, who was the long-time manager of the rock group Heart (Ann and Nancy Wilson).

Brazilian with German Olympian's heart runs race of her life

Rio De Janeiro - Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar felt jittery ahead of a Rio de Janeiro road race Sunday, but her heart -- transplanted from a German Olympian a year ago -- spurred her on.

Review: Nancy Wilson and Roadcase Royale stunning at Gramercy Theatre Special

New York - On September 10, Heart's Nancy Wilson and her new venture Roadcase Royale rocked Gramercy Theatre in New York City, for a great turnout of fans.

Heart's Nancy Wilson talks Roadcase Royale show in New York City Special

New York - Nancy Wilson from the acclaimed rock band Heart chatted with Digital Journal about her upcoming Roadcase Royale concert at Gramercy Theatre in New York City on September 10.

Medical device monitors heart health from home

San Fransisco - Researchers have received FDA-clearance on a medical heart monitoring device that aims to improve the cardiac exam. The device will be combined with algorithms to automatically alert patients and physicians to the risk of heart failure.

Roadcase Royale to perform at Gramercy Theatre, release new album

New York City - The band Roadcase Royale has signed with Loud & Proud Records, and they announced their upcoming show at Gramercy Theatre in New York.

Review: Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson superb on 'Alive in Seattle' DVD Special

Ann and Nancy Wilson from the acclaimed rock group Heart have released their new DVD "Alive in Seattle" on June 30, via Eagle Rock Entertainment.

Heart's Ann Wilson talks solo tour, second EP, Chris Cornell Special

Powerhouse vocalist Ann Wilson from Heart chatted with me about her solo tour, latest EP "Focus," and she paid tribute to the late Chris Cornell, who was the artist that inducted her into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Review: Ann Wilson tips her hat to Chris Cornell with 'Black Hole Sun' Special

Rock queen Ann Wilson from Heart has paid tribute to her late friend Chris Cornell by singing "Black Hole Sun" in his honor.

Short-term use of ibuprofen raises heart health concerns

A new Canadian study suggests the use of ibuprofen, and other common non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID), increases the risk of a person suffering from a heart attack. The risk is greatest during the first week of use.

Big women have greater risk of atrial fibrillation

Gothenburg - Being a bigger woman may lead to heart health complications. Big women were taller, heavier, and had a greater body surface area, which means a threefold greater risk of atrial fibrillation, according to a European study.

Interview: Nancy Wilson from Heart talks Roadcase Royale Special

Nancy Wilson from the acclaimed rock band Heart chatted with Digital Journal about her new side project Roadcase Royale.

Review: Heart's Nancy Wilson rocks on Get Loud video with Roadcase Royale Special

Nancy Wilson from the rock band Heart released her new music video "Get Loud,' with her side project Roadcase Royale, and it is awesome.

Review: Ann Wilson from Heart rocks Bergen Performing Arts Center Special

Englewood - On April 4, Ann Wilson from Heart performed a solo concert where she rocked the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, New Jersey.

Blood test can forecast heart attacks

Boston - A new blood test has the potential to predict some types of heart attack. It has been developed at by Prevencio Inc. and evaluated at the Massachusetts General Hospital.

Healthiest people in the world are the Tsimane

Medical scientists have identified the healthiest people in the world, or at least the people with best heart health. These are the Tsimane from the forests of Bolivia.

New detector leads to early atherosclerosis detection

A new, non-invasive method to assess inflammation has been developed. The aim is to use the device for the early identification of atherosclerotic plaques before they rupture. Early detection helps to treat heart disease.

Medical technologists investigate irregular heartbeats

Investigative medical technology could change the way doctors treat an irregular heartbeat condition called atrial fibrillation.

Review: Heart's Nancy Wilson forms new band ROADCASE ROYALE Special

Nancy Wilson from the acclaimed rock band Heart has formed a new band ROADCASE ROYALE. They released a new empowering song "Get Loud."

Essential Science: Heartburn drugs may raise stroke risk

Copenaghen - A recent concern has been raised about heartburn drugs and a connection to an increased risk of stroke. This follows earlier studies linking this type of medication to dementia, kidney and heart problems. Digital Journal looks into the issue.

Shift work sleep deprivation affects the function of the heart

A new study, looking at the effects of insufficient sleep (as might occur with jet lag or shift work), indicates that the heart can be adversely affected.

Healthy lifestyle can help fight inherited heart disease

Where heart disease is inherited, and is a product of genetics, leading a healthy lifestyle and making appropriate lifestyle changes can help to combat the condition, according to new research.

Review: Heart dazzles at Royal Albert Hall live DVD & Blu-ray collection Special

Rock band Heart will release their "Live at the Royal Albert Hall" DVD and Blu-ray on December 2, and it is a stunning collection.
  1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 8 Next»

Set up a news alert for


Heart Image

A normal heart is shown on the left compared to a heart with dilated
cardiomyopathy on the right. No...
A normal heart is shown on the left compared to a heart with dilated cardiomyopathy on the right. Note the increased dimensions of the left ventricle.
screenshot from handout
University of Western Ontario
Ann Wilson from Heart
Ann Wilson from Heart
Ann Wilson official publicity photo
Petr Kratochvil
We Heart It
The picture heart on my wall.
The picture heart on my wall.
A brooch of a white rose  symbolising love and peace
A brooch of a white rose, symbolising love and peace
The Fortify VR  Cardioverter Defibrillator
The Fortify VR Cardioverter Defibrillator
Via St. Judge Medical
Anna Knowlden
Heart to perform at Jones Beach  New York
Heart to perform at Jones Beach, New York
Photo Courtesy of Norman Seeff
Heart inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Heart inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Photo Courtesy of Norman Seeff
The AliveCor EKG app  yet to be made available to the public
The AliveCor EKG app, yet to be made available to the public
Courtesy AliveCor
Nancy Wilson from Heart
Nancy Wilson from Heart
Nancy Wilson publicity photo
heart and EKG
heart and EKG
Vintage Queen
Beautiful Broken
Beautiful Broken
Heart official album cover art
Real meaning behind Valentine s Day
Real meaning behind Valentine's Day
Nancy and Ann Wilson from rock band Heart
Nancy and Ann Wilson from rock band Heart
Courtesy of Norman Seeff

Latest News
Top News