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From the Developmental and Stem Cell Biology Division , Molecular Cardiology , and Structural and Computational Biology Divisions , Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia; Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute, Monash University, Clayton, VIC, Australia ; Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School, Brigham ... (more)
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Black and Hispanic children with autism are markedly less likely than children from white families to receive specialty care for complications tied to the disorder, a new study finds.
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The largest protein known to exist in the human body functions as a molecular spring, and University of Arizona researchers are gaining new insights into its role in heart disease.
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This week Fitbit debuted the Wi-Fi-enabled Aria Smart Scale -- a scale that lets users weigh themselves and then digitally send that information to a website where it can be made public for their friends and family and strangers to see.
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A team of researchers including clinicians and scientists have made an important step forward in search of the mechanisms underlying increased risk of coronary artery disease in men who carry a particular type of the Y chromosome .
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New study data presented at EULAR 2013, the Annual Congress of the European League Against Rheumatism, demonstrate a high prevalence of NSAID prescriptions in patients at risk of ischaemic heart disease .
Ischemic heart disease and coronary heart disease are sometimes confused because the two conditions share similarities.
National campaigns to reduce salt content in UK bread are working and could serve as model for countries like U.S., New Zealand, and Australia, where bread is the biggest contributor of dietary sodium.
Will a glass of wine a day help keep the doctor away? Probably so, as reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Eating behaviours of preschoolers may be associated with risk of cardiovascular disease in later life, suggests a study published in CMAJ .
Aspirin is making a comeback. After having been relegated to the back of the medicine cabinet, its pain relief properties, seen as second to ibuprofen and acetaminophen, the once cure-all is experiencing a resurgence, this time as a preventer of heart disease.
June marks Men's Health Month as men across the country take a moment to take the pulse of their heart health.
The drug, Lexiscan, is already approved for diagnosing heart disease. Scientists led by Joel Linden , a researcher at the La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology, discovered that the drug might also be useful for relieving the attacks sickle cell patients periodically suffer.
A Paleolithic diet is more satiating per calorie than a Mediterranean-like diet.
For Father's Day, mothers, sons and daughters everywhere flocked to big retailers in search of the perfect gifts for the fathers in their lives.