Marriage Linked to Lower Heart Risk – Not So Much for Seniors, Says Large Study
April 1, 2014 – A very large national study has found that married people are five percent less likely to have any vascular disease than are single people. The surprise to the researchers is the big gap between older people and young adults. Those 50 and younger have 12 percent lower odds of vascular disease. But, seniors are not as lucky. Those marrieds 61 and older are only 4 percent less ...
Vascular medicine outpatient facility opens
Dr. Samir Hadeed is teaming up with Advanced Vascular Resources of Washington to open a new outpatient facility for vascular medicine today at the Johns-town Heart and Vascular Center. “This is a comprehensive vascular center,” Hadeed said at the 1027 Broad St. center in the Cambria City section of Johnstown. “The new addition is an outpatient cath lab for treatment of vascular disease.”
Marriage Seems to Protect the Heart
People who are married have lower rates of cardiovascular disease compared with those who are single, divorced, or widowed, according to a new study. The new research, presented at the American College of Cardiology’s 63rd Annual Scientific Session, also found that the relationship between marriage and lower odds of vascular diseases is especially pronounced before […]
Marriage is healthy for the heart: study
(WASHINGTON-AFP) - Being married makes for a healthy heart, while being divorced or widowed is linked to higher rates of cardiovascular disease, according to a study of 3.5 million people released Friday.
Analysis: Marriage is healthy for the heart — Study
Washington, DC, United States - Being married makes for a healthy heart, while being divorced or widowed is linked to higher rates of cardiovascular disease, according to a study of 3.5 million people released Friday. The study is the largest of its kind to show how heart health is linked to marital status, and was presented at the American College of Cardiology conference. "These findings ...