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Tuesday 21st November 2017

Myocarditis more prevalent in young boys than girls

Cardiac disease myocarditis has historically affected more men than

New 3-step tool predicts optimum diabetes candidates for bariatric surgery

A simple, three-step tool could reduce

Class of cancer drugs could also treat hypertension

Medtronic CEO: 2nd quarter revenues ‘encouraging’ given hurricanes, wildfires

Medtronic reported worldwide revenue of $7.05 billion for the second quarter of fiscal year 2018, a decrease of 4 percent driven by the sale of its Patient Care, Deep Vein Thrombosis (Compression) and Nutritional Insufficiency businesses to Cardinal Health at the beginning of the quarter.

Monday 20th November 2017

‘Missed opportunity’: Researchers highlight variability of CPR training in US high schools

Despite a growing number of states requiring high school students to learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), nearly 700,000 students graduate each year

December 2017

Articles: Listening to Tom Petty with Medical Imaging on the Brain

VR on par with traditional rehab in restoring motor function in stroke patients

Using virtual reality training to restore

Aramark reports 14 percent sodium reduction across widespread food program

Aramark, a

Study: More ‘good’ cholesterol doesn’t reduce CVD risk if ‘bad’ cholesterol stays same

New research suggests greater amounts of high-density lipoprotein (HDL)

Athletes more likely to experience sudden cardiac arrest during racing, soccer, hockey

The incidence of young athletes experiencing sudden cardiac arrest during competitive sporting events is slim—just 0.76 cases in

Proper BP measurement crucial as clinicians adapt to new guidelines

Body:  Blood pressure has been in mainstream, national news media over the last week in response to the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology updating the U.S. hypertension guidelines for the first time in 14 years.But while much of the discussion has centered on the lower threshold for hypertension (130/80 millimeters of mercury) and what it means for clinical pra...

Friday 17th November 2017

New tool predicts risk of MI, cardiac arrest in older surgery patients

A tool designed to predict the risk of MI and cardiac arrest (MICA) after noncardiac

30% of heart patients still taking prescribed statins 3 years later

While 71 percent of heart patients are prescribed statins after hospital

Research suggests pooches are heart-healthy pets

Owning a dog could be linked to a decreased risk of

Scientists edit genes inside a man’s body for the 1st time

Body:  Scientists have made the first attempt to edit a man’s genes inside his body, permanently changing his DNA to try to cure a metabolic disease called Hunter syndrome.They hope the technique can one day be applied to other conditions including hemophilia and sickle cell disease, according to The Associated Press.“We cut your DNA, open it up, insert a gene, stitch it back up. Invisibl...

Thursday 16th November 2017

Americans drinking less soda, reducing caloric intake from drinks

Soda taxes have recently been implemented by several U.S. cities as a way to generate

Researchers ID protein that may protect against coronary artery disease

Elderly people with higher levels of the

Most young MI sufferers aren’t recommended for statin treatment

Only 1 in 8 people who suffer a

Smoking alternative marketed as safer than cigarettes minimizes blood vessel function by 60%

The alternative smoking trend that’s taking over international markets might be more dangerous than tobacco companies are letting on—heat-not-

Eating omega-3-enriched chicken provides similar health benefits as oily fish

Introducing omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) into chicken feed could provide a health benefit to humans at the top of the food chain, according to research presented Nov. 14 at the American Heart Association’s scientific sessions.

Wednesday 15th November 2017

Physician: Public education initiatives needed to combat pregnancy-related heart problems

As a specialist in women’s

Fast eaters 11.6% more likely to develop metabolic syndrome

'Tis the season for sampling pumpkin pies and gorging on turkey leftovers, but diners might want to slow down this holiday season if th

New research highlights consequences of ACA—both positive and negative

Two presentations at the American Heart A

German team maps 1st-ever proteome of the human heart

The first-ever proteome of the healthy human

AHA, LLNL announce partnership to speed up drug discovery

The American Heart Association (AHA) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) are joining forces to reduce the cost of drug discovery and the time it takes a new drug to enter the marketplace.

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