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Stem cell therapy to treat damaged hearts developed in Spain

Stem cell therapy to treat damaged hearts developed in Spain

31 Jan 2015

Madrid: A Spanish hospital has successfully used stem cells culled from healthy donors to treat seven heart attack victims, in what officials said was a world first. Madrid's Gregorio Maranon hospital plans to treat 55 patients in all with the technique in a clinical trial, the regional Madrid government which runs the hospital said in a statement.

Stem cell,   heart disease,   heart attack,   healthy donors,   heart failure,  
Drinking from chemical-laden cans may raise BP: Study

Drinking from chemical-laden cans may raise BP: Study

10 Dec 2014

Seoul: A common coating used in soft drink cans could cause high blood pressure and put heart patients at risk, a new study has warned. The consumption of BPA, a chemical used as an epoxy lining for cans and plastic bottles, has been associated with high blood pressure and heart rate variability.

soft drink cans,   chemical-laden cans,   blood pressure,   BP,   heart patients,   plastic bottles,   BPA,  
Twitter can predict rates of <strong>heart</strong> disease: Study

Twitter can predict rates of heart disease: Study

22 Jan 2015

Melbourne: Australian researchers have discovered how social media can serve as an indicator of a community's psychological well being and can predict rates of heart disease.

Twitter,   Heart disease,   Social media,   Human heart,   Social science research,   University of Melbourne,  
A drink a day may reduce <strong>heart</strong> failure risk, reveals study

A drink a day may reduce heart failure risk, reveals study

20 Jan 2015

Washington: A large study of nearly 15,000 men and women has found that having up to seven drinks a week is associated with a 20 percent lower risk of men developing heart failure and 16 percent reduced risk for women.

heart failure risk,   consuming alcohol,   human heart,   Harvard Medical School,  
Rush-hour traffic dangerous to <strong>heart</strong> disease <strong>patients</strong>

Rush-hour traffic dangerous to heart disease patients

09 Dec 2014

Washington: Heart disease patients should think twice before stepping out during rush hour traffic, a new study suggests.

Heart disease patients,   rush hour traffic,   traffic dangerous to heart,   cardiovascular effects of pollution,   air pollution,  
Five <strong>patients</strong> died due to swine flu at Hyderabad

Five patients died due to swine flu at Hyderabad

16 Jan 2015

Hyderabad: Five persons treated for swine flu here at a major state-run hospital have died since January 1, a senior health official said.

Swine Flu,   Hyderabad,   Telangana,   Andhra Pradesh ,  
Avoid excess alcohol, heavy workout during winter

Avoid excess alcohol, heavy workout during winter

22 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Following the drop in temperature during winter, health experts have urged people to avoid excess alcohol intake and heavy physical activity to keep the body warm, as it can lead to heart attack.

excess alcohol,   heavy workout,  winter season,   health experts,   heart attack ,  
Irregular <strong>heart</strong> beat detected in marine mammals

Irregular heart beat detected in marine mammals

17 Jan 2015

New York: Scientists have detected high frequency of heart arrhythmias or irregular heart beats in bottlenose dolphins and Weddell seals during their deepest dives.This shows that despite their remarkable adaptations to aquatic life, exercising while holding their breath remains a physiological challenge for marine mammals.

Irregular heart beat,   heart arrhythmias,   marine mammals,   seals,   University of California,  
People suffering from itchy skin disease 'eczema' at higher risk of obesity

People suffering from itchy skin disease 'eczema' at higher risk of obesity

17 Jan 2015

New York: People suffering from the chronic itchy skin disease eczema have higher rates of smoking, drinking and obesity, and are less likely to exercise than adults who do not have the disease, scientists report.

Eczema patients,   itchy skin disease,   obesity,   skin disease,   smoking,   drinking,  
Even mild <strong>heart</strong> disease increases mortality risk for diabetic <strong>patients</strong>

Even mild heart disease increases mortality risk for diabetic patients

02 Dec 2014

New York: A large-scale study involving 40,000 patients from 17 centres around the world has found that diabetic patients with even mild coronary artery disease face the risk of a heart attack.

mild heart disease,   mortality risk,   diabetic patients,   mild coronary artery disease,   heart attack ,  

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