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Percutaneous coronary intervention vs. coronary artery bypass graft - a review o... via
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AMA 6h
is the number one killer of people worldwide. A new analysis finds that cutting dietary sodium reduced in those with as well as those not yet at risk. ()
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Heart and Cardiovascular Diseases 18m
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FDAWomen 10h
African Americans and Hispanics/Latinos have higher rates of certain risk factors for than Whites do? We’re supporting and to spread the word that are healthier when we work together.
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NIH Feb 26
What can we do to get better and reduce our risk of ? Tune in live today at 12pm EST for a videocast featuring Dr. Michael Twery from ’s National Center on Sleep Disorders Research. .
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Paul 1h
90 percent of women have one or more risk factors for developing :
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Jennifer Buchanan 3h
Doctors are now recommending music and specifically treatment for a wide variety of conditions - including , and , , , and .
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Ivor Goodbody 22h
"Drinking sugar-sweetened beverages daily is linked to lower high-density lipoprotein ('good') + higher triglyceride levels, both of which can increase risk. Drinking up to 12 oz of 100% fruit juice p/day was not associated with adverse changes." [JAHA]
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MyHeartDiseaseTeam 4h
It's a day by day battle. Diagnosed with ? Click below and join MyHeartDiseaseTeam to share your daily ups and downs, get tips, and answer questions:
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Clare Delaney 2h
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Aster Medcity 2h
Dr.Raja Sekhar Varma, Sr.Consultant Interventional Cardiologist, , will be talking about heart disease&its management on Friday, 28 Feb 2020 2:30 - 3:00 PM & Sunday, 1 Mar, 4:30-5:00 PM on News 18.
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Healthwire 2h
Sugary Drinks Could Be Harmful For Your : Study
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OHSU Tuality Healthcare 11h
9 in 10 women have one or more risk factors for developing . Dr. Nandita Gupta shared important stats for women at our recent Lunch & Learn.
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BioEngineering and Therapeutic Solutions (BEaTS) Feb 26
Dr Marcelo Muñoz presenting at the WIP rounds a project he has designed and lead! Amazing to see how can be put together to work for design and
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Smoke Pollution Feb 26
UK Government continues to acknowledge the toxicity of solid fuel burning yet does nothing practical to stop it.
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Heart Wise Exercise Feb 25
Signs and symptoms of present differently in women than in men. In addition to the well-known chest pain, many women also experience an ache across the upper back and in the stomach, as well as shortness of breath and extreme fatigue
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Market Research Explore 2h
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BeGreatDC Feb 26
In support of our Health and Wellness pillar we encourage everyone to take their heart health serious during national month.
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Jason M Carlton, APR Feb 26
The “Go Red with heART” Tour is at ’s Dixie Regional for the next week. St George artist Ken Harris shares why he chose tulips for his painting “Hope’s Return” - Resiliency.
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World Heart Federation 14h
The broad categories used to diagnose conditions do not account for the many potential, and sometimes rare, causes of the most common conditions. There is a need for greater investment in rare research. Join us on 29 February, .
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