Previous UVA research linked the bite of the lone star tick to an allergy to red meat. Now, preliminary findings suggest that those bitten – even if they don’t develop obvious allergic symptoms – may face a significantly greater risk of heart disease.
A large new study found the online calculator is more accurate than traditional methods in predicting people’s risk of heart disease and diabetes.
New research shows women’s risk of heart disease starts even earlier than the onset of menopause, especially among African American women.
A new discovery about ischemic stroke may allow doctors to predict patients’ risk of having a second stroke using a commonly performed blood test and their genetic profile.