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  • Age no criteria for heart attack treatment

    Age no criteria for heart attack treatment0

    Age no criteria for decisions on heart attack treatment, new research finds: Elderly patients suffering the most common type of heart attack may benefit from more invasive treatment, new research has shown. The study, published in The Lancet, draws on data captured over seven years from 1500 patients aged 80 or over. It was conducted

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  • Dr. Jack Wolfson Takes On Common Heart Health Myths

    Dr. Jack Wolfson Takes On Common Heart Health Myths0

    Child: Welcome to my Mommy’s podcast. This podcast is brought to you by Beekeeper’s Naturals. Beekeeper’s is on a mission to reinvent your medicine cabinet with clean remedies that actually work. I really like their B.LXR Brain Fuel. These tiny power shots pack a powerful punch for focus and energy without caffeine or sugar. The

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  • How cop shows serve to reinforce the racism at the heart of our culture

    How cop shows serve to reinforce the racism at the heart of our culture0

    TV police shows are a complicated strand of entertainment. Unsurprisingly, they have come under the cultural microscope in response to police brutality and the death of George Floyd. Many critiques have drawn upon a report by US civil-rights group Color of Change, entitled Normalizing Injustice, to demonstrate how crime shows have supported the way we

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  • Link between heart health and obesity in children

    Link between heart health and obesity in children0

    Childhood obesity linked to poor heart health signs at 11-12 years.  Toddlers who were obese or overweight show concerning signs of cardiovascular disease at 11-12 years of age, according to a new study led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI). The study, published in Pediatrics, found Australian children who were obese or overweight very early in life already

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  • Research in Sheep Suggests Possible Early Test for Fetal Heart Health

    Research in Sheep Suggests Possible Early Test for Fetal Heart Health0

    Changes in heart rate, due to low oxygen conditions, experienced by the fetus during pregnancy, could be used to predict the future heart health of babies, shows research published in The Journal of Physiology today. Previous research has shown that sustained low levels of oxygen (called chronic hypoxia) during pregnancy significantly impair the growth of the fetus, leading to a condition known as intrauterine growth

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  • Bionic Pacemaker Slows Progression of Heart Failure

    Bionic Pacemaker Slows Progression of Heart Failure0

    Using brain circuits made in silicon, scientists have alleviated symptoms of heart failure by reinstating the body’s natural heart rhythm. This study published  in The Journal of Physiology holds great potential for designing more effective pacemakers in the future. In the UK alone, around 900,000 people are living with heart failure and almost 1.4 million

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