TUCSON - Authorities say there are no reported injuries after a Freon leak at the Pima County Jail in Tucson. Tucson Fire Department crews responded to the jail shortly after noon Monday after the leak of colorless gas was reported. Crews learned that maintenance workers were working on the roof and Full story
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Being under stress at work is tied to a higher risk of heart problems, new research confirms - but putting down the beer bottle and going for a walk may help. Full story
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Despite evidence suggesting that women whose uterus has been removed may be more likely to experience heart troubles, a new study finds that the usual signs of heart disease risk are not more severe in middle-aged women after hysterectomy. Full story
A new study indicates people who had been treated for heart disease showed higher levels of a chemical we all carry in our stomachs called TMAO. Could a simple blood test measuring stomach bacteria predict future risk of heart attack, stroke and death? NBC’s Robert Bazell reports.
A new report from the Cleveland Clinic suggests a link between the consumption of red meat and heart disease due to a nutrient call carnitine. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.
Researchers who compared tens of thousands of runners with tens of thousands of walkers found that those who expended the same amount of energy – regardless of whether they walked or ran – had the same positive benefits. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
A study conducted by the British Medical Journal found that men at the highest risk for heart disease are those with vertex baldness starting on the crown of the head. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports and Dr. Roshini Raj discusses the findings.
According to a new report in the British medical journal “Open,” an analysis of previous studies of male baldness and heart disease found there is likely an association between hair loss and heart disease. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.
Participants in Superheroes Solidarios attend a party to raise funds for the Fundacion Sindrome de Down in Bilbao May 10, 2013. Superheroes Solidarios, now in it's third year, was formed by a group of young people that decided to organise parties dressed as superheroes to raise funds for disabled p
A participant in Superheroes Solidarios attends a party to raise funds for the Fundacion Sindrome de Down in Bilbao May 10, 2013. Superheroes Solidarios, now in its third year, was formed by a group of young people that decided to organise parties dressed as superheroes to raise funds for disabled
Former Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew waves to the audience before leaving the LKY School of Public Policy 7th anniversary dialogue session in Singapore in this September 14, 2011 file photo. Lee was admitted to the Singapore General Hospital on February 15, 2013 after experiencing a suspect