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Influx of Trainee Docs in July Doesn't Affect Stroke Care: Study - MedicineNet
People who suffer strokes in July -- the month when medical trainees start their hospital work -- don't fare any worse than stroke patients treated the rest of the year, a new study finds.

Long-Acting Clotting Agent Approved for Form of Hemophilia - MedicineNet
The drug Alprolix has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as the first long-acting hemophilia B clotting agent, the FDA said in a news release.

Link Between Heart Failure and Brain Changes
Heart failure is associated with a loss of gray matter in the brain and a decline in mental processes, according to a new study.

Low-Fat Dairy May Help Lower Stroke Risk
Middle-aged and older adults may be able to lower their risk of having a stroke by eating low-fat dairy products, according to a Swedish study published in the journal Stroke.

Little Exercise Beats None - Heart Center: Information on Cardiovascular Conditi
Information on heart disease and related cardiovascular conditions includes medications, procedures and tests, symptoms, and treatment.

Insulin Resistance Tied to PAD - Heart Center
Information on heart disease and related cardiovascular conditions includes medications, procedures and tests, symptoms, and treatment.

The Death of Joan Rivers: Endoscopy and Anesthesia Risks
Get information about the complications of endoscopy procedures and the risks of anesthesia during routine outpatient surgery.

Lost Hour of Sleep Over Weekend May Put Heart at Risk Monday - MedicineNet
Not only do you lose an hour of sleep after the clocks move ahead to daylight-saving time this weekend, but you also may be at increased risk for a heart attack, a heart expert claims.

Kidney Patients Cut Phosphate to Fight Heart Woes - Heart Center: Information on
Information on heart disease and related cardiovascular conditions includes medications, procedures and tests, symptoms, and treatment.

Long-Term Use of Aspirin Plus Blood Thinner Is Safe: Study - MedicineNet
Heart attack and stroke patients can safely take aspirin combined with a blood-thinning medication, new research confirms.

Joyful Music in Tune With Heart Health - Heart Center: Information on Cardiovasc
Information on heart disease and related cardiovascular conditions includes medications, procedures and tests, symptoms, and treatment.

Longer Resuscitation After Cardiac Arrest May Be Warranted, Study Suggests - Med
Longer resuscitation efforts improve the chances of survival in patients who suffer cardiac arrest in a hospital, new research contends.

Low Health Literacy May Have Deadly Consequences
Low Health Literacy May Have Deadly Consequences

Kcentra Approved to Stop Severe Bleeding in Heart Patients
Kcentra prothrombin complex concentrate, human has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat severe acute bleeding in adults after administration of the anti-clotting drug warfarin and similar products.

Long Hours at the Office May Raise Your Heart Disease Risk: Study
Working long hours may raise your risk of heart disease, a new study suggests.

Long Waits in the ER May Raise PTSD Risk for Heart Patients
People waiting for countless hours in crowded emergency rooms to be treated for a heart attack or severe chest pain may be at risk for developing post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD, a new study suggests.

James Gandolfini's Death From Heart Trouble at 51 a Sign of the Times - Medicine
The death of Emmy Award-winning actor James Gandolfini at age 51, apparently from cardiac arrest, has shocked the nation, given his relatively young age.

Kids' Future Heart Risk - Heart Center: Information on Cardiovascular Conditions
Information on heart disease and related cardiovascular conditions includes medications, procedures and tests, symptoms, and treatment.

Love Coffee? Your Heart May, Too
Drinking three to five cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of developing clogged arteries, which in turn might reduce the risk for heart attack, a new study suggests.

Living a Full Life, Irregular Heartbeat and All
Lawrence Schmelz spent a lot of time in the gym keeping his body fit -- up to two hours a day, every day, at age 50.

Injected 'Hydrogel' May Help Repair Failing Hearts - MedicineNet
An injected hydrogel could someday become a nonsurgical means of repairing damaged cardiac tissue in patients with heart failure, a new study shows.

Low Vitamin D Tied to Anemia Risk in Kids - MedicineNet
Children with low levels of vitamin D may be at increased risk for anemia, according to a large new study.

Intense Therapy Helps Restore Arm Function Long After Stroke: Study
Intensive physical therapy helps restore arm function in people who have survived a severe stroke, a new study finds.

Low Vitamin D Levels in Childhood May Raise Heart Risks: Study - MedicineNet
Adults who had low vitamin D levels as children and teens may be more likely to have hardening of the arteries, a new study suggests.

Less Invasive Heart Valve Replacement Works for Elderly: Study - MedicineNet
For elderly patients with a heart valve disease known as aortic stenosis, a procedure called a transcatheter aortic-valve implantation appears safe and effective, French researchers say.

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