Approach to Treating Heart Diseases

Researchers discover a new way to treat cardiovascular disease. A certain protein found in blood vessel cells affects cardiovascular and cardiovascular diseases. Researchers discovered that the presence of many “thromoboxin A2 receptors” also prevents the growth of new blood vessels. The basic process was ultimately explained by a research team headed by Martin Luther University …

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Medication Improves Survival for Heart Failure Patients

A new study finds a new treatment option for a condition affecting 6 million Americans. According to a recent University of Virginia (UVA) health study, Colchine, a common gut medicine, dramatically increased patient survival rates due to heart failure. In individuals who accumulate cholesterol in their arteries, researchers believe that colchine may also reduce the …

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8 Anti-Aging Vitamins and Nutrients That Actually Work Ranked

8 Anti-Aging Vitamins And Nutrients That Actually Work, Ranked Anti – the concept of aging Although nothing works as dramatic as everything this artist has conceived, there are vitamins and nutrients that help slow the aging process. Vitamins are sometimes overlooked in the fight against aging compared to different types of creams and serums, but …

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Nanoparticle Sensor Can Distinguish Between Viral and Bacterial Pneumonia

Nanoparticle Sensor Can Distinguish Between Viral and Bacterial Pneumonia Viral vs. bacterial pneumonia infection sensor MIT researchers have designed a sensor that can differentiate between viral and bacterial pneumonia infections. In the background, the virus is depicted on the left, and on the right are bacteria. Credits: Jose – Luis Oliveris, MIT Doctors can use …

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Single Brain Scan Can Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease

Single Brain Scan Can Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease New research breakthrough uses machine learning technology to view structural features inside the brain, including in areas that weren’t previously associated with Alzheimer’s. The technique’s advantage is its simplicity and the fact that it can detect the disease early when it can be too difficult to diagnose. Although …

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HOME HEALTH NEWS Magic Set of Pills To Keep You Healthy?

Vitamins and supplements are a “waste of money” for most Americans ‘There’s no magic set of pills to keep you healthy.’ Diet and exercise are key. People spent nearly $50 billion on vitamins and nutritional supplements in the U.S. in 2021 to fill the nutritional gaps in their diets. But Northwestern medical scientists say for …

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Drug Found To Stop Nervous System Tumor

Drug Found To Stop Nervous System Tumor Researchers discovered that NF1 drives hyperactive neuron tumor growth in syndrome in cancer condition Patients with Neurophbromatosis Type 1 (NF1) develop tumors on nerves in their body. These tumors are usually summy, meaning they don’t spread to other parts of the body and aren’t considered life-threatening. However, they …

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Hunting For the Immune Cells That Lead Severe COVID-19

Victim of immune cells that leads to severe COVID-19 Asst. Professor. Hanhuan Joyce-chan of Pritzker Health Engineering conducted a new research that suggests that the type of microphages in a person’s body can determine how likely they are to develop severe inflammation in response to COVID-19. University of Chicago Pritzker School of Health Engineering researchers …

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Sudden Cardiac Death: Up to 80% of Athletes Who Die Suddenly Had No Symptoms

Sudden Cardiac Death: Up to 80% of Athletes Who Die Suddenly Had No Symptoms Concept of myocarditis young man heart disease New recommendations published in the European Journal of Pernovice Cardiology outlines how genetic testing should be used to prevent sudden cardiac death in athletes and enable safe exercise. Recommendations on how to use gene …

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