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People with strong legs are less likely to develop heart failure after a heart attack

Heart attack patients with strong legs have better prognosis.

Understanding the mechanism of heart regeneration in Zebrafish

Unraveling the role of calcium and sarcomeres in Cardiomyocyte maturation during regeneration.

Long-term exposure to particulate matter linked to increased hospital procedures

Long term exposure to PM2.5 pollution associated with three hospital tests.

Sea Star Study provides an essential toolkit for organ development

Tube formation is important for understanding genetics and mechanics.

Hope for high-risk 0pregnancies: doctors perform first in-utero brain surgery to cure the oiudangerous condition

Fetal embolization of the vein of galen malformation effectively prevents postnatal pathophysiology.

An ultrathin, lightweight e-tattoo watches for heart disease red flags

Chest e-tattoo boasts major improvements in heart monitoring.

“Renewal of Heart Health: Embracing a Second Chance”

Cellular reprogramming can restore damaged organs to their original state.

Heart research to improve astronauts’ quality of life in space

As soon as astronauts arrive in microgravity, blood, and other body fluids are pushed "upward" from the legs and abdomen toward the heart and...

The blood plasma of COVID-19 patients shows who is most likely to become very ill

Proteins may help predict which patients need ventilators and die of the virus.

A new circuit model provides new insights into brain function

A groundbreaking computational model of the thalamic microcircuit in the mouse brain.

Small proteins in the heart play an important role

Researchers look closer at molecules that create the heartbeat.

Severe respiratory infections linked to congenital cardiovascular defects

Severe respiratory infections during pregnancy increase risk of cardiovascular defects at birth.

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