(yacobchuk/iStock, Getty Images) Mothers who have high blood pressure are more likely to have babies with slightly different-shaped hearts, a finding that could impact future cardiovascular care for those women and their children, according to a new study. The research, published Thursday in the Journal of the American Heart Association, adds a new layer of…

(mustafahacalaki/DigitalVision Vectors, Getty Images) Doctors rely on a variety of risk assessments to evaluate how likely a person is to develop heart disease. While the scores provide an invaluable tool for health care professionals and the general public alike, they are not infallible. For example, they sometimes fail to accurately predict risk in a condition…