Firefighters have a higher risk of heart attacks as discovered in a research funded by the British Heart Foundation. Exposures to high temperature could actually make blood sticky and potentially cause minor injury to the heart muscles.
Cholesterol-lowering drugs could prevent the formation of blood clots in the vein by as much as 25 percent.
Two new studies prove that clot-busting drug (tPA) potentially reduces the number of deaths linked to patients with hemorrhagic stroke.
Dutch-led horror film study revealed that watching scary movies is linked to increased levels of blood coagulant protein which facilitates blood loss protection in the body during life-threatening situations.
According to the study, monthly blood transfusions can reduce recurrent stroke risk for children with sickle cell anemia.
A new study found that the quadrivalent HPV vaccination does not increase women's risk of blood clots.
The FDA is mandating testosterone products to include a general warning about the risk of blood clots.
A woman's blood clot risk remains higher than normal for at least 12 weeks after giving birth, a new study reported.
Merck & Co will pay $100 million in the NuvaRing Settlement.
Researchers found that treating stroke victims' hypertension does not have any effects on recovery.
The development of anti-clogging drugs with less risk of bleeding for patients, who have had a stroke, heart attack or blood clot in their veins, is in the works according to a new study.
Researchers found that post-menopausal women who use synthetic estrogen are at a greater risk of suffering from a blood clot when compared to women who used a more natural form.
Researchers found that aspirin could potentially be used as an effective blood thinner when compared to heparin.
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