Study: Heart Attacks Affect Poor People More Seriously
A recent study from Tel Aviv University has shown that poor people are more than twice as likely to have a bad recovery from a heart attack than people who are better-off. This means they are more likely to become frail and develop further health problems.
January 24, 2014
A Heart Of Gold: Researchers Use Gold Particles To Heal Heart Tissue
Roughly half of heart attack victims die within five years of their first attack, mainly because the heart's tissue lacks the ability to heal itself. Now, Israeli scientists have made the first step towards restoring heart cells using gold fibers.
August 04, 2013
Air Pollution Raises Risk Of Repeat Heart Attack By 43 Percent
Israelis who have suffered a heart attack are far more at risk of a repeat attack if they live in an area with high levels of air pollution, new research has found. The study found that cardiac patients living in polluted areas were 43 percent more likely to have another heart attack than those who lived in areas with cleaner air.
April 20, 2012
Three Cups Of Coffee Per Day Protects From Heart Disease
A study from the Shiba medical center in Israel has revealed that a daily caffeine intake equivalent to 3 cups of coffee could protect against heart disease.
March 06, 2011