10 top cardiology stories in May

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A story about how the mechanisms behind heart attacks experienced by COVID-19 patients may differ from uninfected heart attack patients was Becker's most-read cardiology story in May. 

Here are the top 10 cardiology stories published by Becker's Hospital Review in May, starting with the most popular: 

  1. COVID-19-associated heart attacks differ from those in patients without the virus, researchers find
  2. 745K heart disease, stroke deaths tied to working long hours, WHO says 
  3. New York's North Shore University Hospital opens $3M cardiac cath lab
  4. Patients with undetected heart failure have 5X greater COVID-19 death risk, study finds
  5. Lehigh Valley H eart Institute's top physician on the 3 biggest challenges in cardiology
  6. 'Go get that cup of coffee': Central Texas' 1st female thoracic surgeon serves up career advice
  7. Ascension launches heart fellowship at Tennessee hospital
  8. Penn State Health names VP of heart services
  9. How pandemic has advanced heart failure treatment: Baylor's chief of transplant cardiology weighs in
  10. CDC investigating few cases of heart condition in younger vaccine recipients

 

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