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Fish genes hold key to repairing damaged hearts

Fish genes hold key to repairing damaged hearts

A surprising discovery by the British Heart Foundation suggests that Mexican tetra fish can repair its heart after damage. In particular, a gene called lrrc10 may...
High blood pressure smoking and diabetes increase heart attack risk more in women

High blood pressure, smoking and diabetes increase heart attack risk more in women

Men usually have a more serious danger of heart assault than ladies, yet a few investigations have proposed that specific hazard factors have a greater...
How ambulance crews can improve heart attack diagnosis?

How ambulance crews can improve heart attack diagnosis?

Scientists at the Kingston University and St George's, University of London, in collaboration with Swansea University and the University of Leeds have carried out a...
New tool to spot deadly sepsis in people who have heart failure

New tool to spot deadly sepsis in people who have heart failure

Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening complication of an infection. It occurs when chemicals released into the bloodstream to fight the infection trigger inflammatory responses...
Does loneliness increase your risk of heart attack or stroke?

Does loneliness increase your risk of heart attack or stroke?

According to a new research by the University of York suggested that loneliness could become the risk of your stroke and heart attack. It...
Scientists reveal the way blood clots reduce the chance of infection

Scientists reveal the way blood clots reduce the chance of infection

Researchers have discovered that a protein film forms quickly over an injury as a major aspect of the natural clotting procedure, and it gives...
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Fears are wreaking havoc on millennials lives

According to a new study, millennials are more fearful of having no Wi-Fi (24%) than they are of snakes (16%). The study suggests that 21st-century fears that...
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Heart attacks are more deadly during colder months

Analyzing data from almost 4,056 people who received treatment for a heart attack in four separate years, scientists found that the patients who had a...
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New blood test to diagnose heart attacks

Patients with heart attacks have cardiac myosin-binding protein C protein in high concentrations (cMyC) of the time for an on-the-spot diagnosis. Now, scientists at the King’s College London...

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