American College of Cardiology 2019

The American College of Cardiology (ACC)’s 68th Annual Scientific Session & Expo is March 16-18 in New Orleans. DocWire News will be covering this meeting of the top cardiovascular experts from around the globe. Check back here March 16 for breaking news and expert commentary directly from ACC.19.

As you anxiously await ACC.19 take the time to check out our top interviews from AHA.18 below, as well as some of the latest Cardiology headlines happening today.

AHA.18 Expert Interviews

Recent Cardiology Headlines

Blood Pressure Changes Progress Earlier And Faster In Women: Study

Blood Pressure Changes Appear To Progress Earlier And Faster In Women Than In Men:...

An new analysis suggests, contrary to conventional thinking, that sex-specific changes in lifetime blood pressure trajectory may actually progress more rapidly and present differently...
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Cardio Round-up: Plant Pigment Reduces Hypertension, Burnout Syndrome Increases Risk for AFib, and More

This week's edition features two feel-good stories for healthy lifestyles, a study linking burnout syndrome to increased risk for atrial fibrillation, and more. Quercetin Linked...
Quercetin Associated With Significant Reductions in Blood Pressure

Common Plant Pigment in Red Onions Associated With Significant Reductions in Blood Pressure

Quercetin, a common plant pigment, was associated with significant blood pressure reductions in patients with cardiovascular disease, according to a new paper in Nutrition...
Mechanical Support Improves Outcomes Across Treatment Categories

For Mechanical Circulatory Support, Are Treatment Categories Capturing All Who Need Treatment?

Results from the newly published analysis of the MOMENTUM-3 study indicate that mechanical circulatory support may be beneficial across multiple traditional treatment categories for...