New Clues to Causes of Heart Failure

Heart failure can develop after a heart attack due to a long-term damage response by the immune system that transforms much of the heart muscle into stiff, fibrous, scar-like tissue. In a study published today Read More

A Common Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Women with early or normal onset menopause are at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes than those with late onset menopause, concludes new research published in “Diabetologia” (the journal of the European Association Read More