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Tag Results for "Cardiac Arrest"

Mexican Olympian Noe Hernandez Dies 2 Weeks After Shooting

Mexican former track star and Olympic silver medalist Noe Hernandez died Wednesday after going into cardiac arrest, two and a half weeks after being shot in the head at a nightclub, the Mexican Athletics Federation told Efe. He was 34. continue reading »

Heart Health Worst in the South, Best in Northeast

In large U.S. survey, Oklahoma ranked lowest while Washington, D.C., ranked highest. Residents of several Southern states are among the most likely to have poor heart health in the United States, a new study finds. continue reading »

Heart Failure Patients May Be at Higher Risk for Cancer

But whether heart failure is the cause isn't clear, expert says. People suffering from heart failure may have a nearly 60 percent higher risk of developing cancer, a preliminary study suggests. continue reading »

Sudden Cardiac Arrest More Common in Poorer Neighborhoods

Study of seven U.S., Canadian cities finds disparities in both countries. Residents of lower income neighborhoods are more likely to experience sudden cardiac arrest, a new study finds. continue reading »

Cardiac Arrest Less Deadly in Exercise Facilities, Study Finds

50% of victims survived, compared with 36% in other indoor public places. You stand a better chance of survival if your heart stops beating while you're in an exercise facility than if you're in another type of indoor public place, a new study found. continue reading »