Tag : heart

Ari Schultz

Toddler  22 March '17

Boston Boy Losing Family Home Due To Molds Following Heart Transplant? Toddler Undergoes Acute Rejection Treatment

A five-year-old Boston Boy waited around seven months to get a heart transplant but now he is undergoing acute rejection treatment while his family is getting ready for the possibility that their home will be demolished.

2016 New York Taste Presented By Citi Hosted By New York Magazine

Health/Nutrition  30 November '16

Apparently Everyone Was Wrong About Saturated Fats!

While fat, specifically saturated fat, has been blamed for increasing your risk of diabetes and heart disease, research shows that carbs may actually be the culprit.

Massachussetts To Enact Mandatory Health Insurance Law

Body  21 November '16

People Suffering From High Blood Pressure Worldwide Have Gone Over 1 Billion, New Study Says

The number of people with high blood pressure from around the world is now more than 1 billion, and it is disturbing.

CBS RADIOs Third Annual We Can Survive 2015

Teens/Young Adults  25 October '16

Adam Levine Reposts His Teenage Fan's Cover Of 'She Will Be Loved' And It Is Now Going Viral

Teen's cover of She Will Be Loved by Maroon 5 is now blowing up like crazy after Adam Levine responded to it.

Flu Season Takes Hold Of U.S.

News  19 August '16

Children's Health: Majority Of United States Children Do Not Have Ideal Heart Health

The hearts of American children are not passing health standards.

Summer In Berlin

Body  17 August '16

Health News: People Should Sit Less And Move More, According To Heart Experts

Being inactive can mean facing a greater chance of having heart disease.

Schoolchildren Still Lured To Traditional Unhealthy Diet Options

Nutrition  16 August '16

Parents Must Take Care Of Their Children's Heart Before It Becomes Unhealthy, Study Says

Parents must prepare a healthy diet for their children and ensure 60 minutes of activity a day to keep their kids' hearts healthy throughout their lives.

Saving Children's Lives One Heart At A Time

Health/Nutrition  13 August '16

'Half a Heart Henry' of Children in Need Told his Parents He Knew He was Going to Die

Despite Henry's condition, this is still one of the most heartbreaking things a parent can ever hear especially coming from their own child.

Fishermen Prepare and Sell the Daily Catch in Essaouira Port

Body  3 August '16

Heart Health: Omega-3 Fatty Acids From Fish Oil Can Help People Heal After Suffering From A Heart Attack

Omega 3 fatty acids helps improve the hearts of people who have had a heart attack.

New Food Label Requirements Listing Trans Fat and Allergens Take Effect

Health/Nutrition  4 July '16

Butter is Better? Not as Healthy as Olive Oil, but Healthier than Sugar; Reasearch Says

People may want to rethink how much butter and sugar is in their diet.

New York Philharmonic 170th Season Opening Night Gala

Health/Nutrition  29 June '16

New Study Suggests Classical Music Is The Answer To Keep You Away From Cardiac Arrest

Do you know that the music of Mozart could lower your blood pressure?

Nazareth House Care Workers Look After Single Mothers In Need

Health  15 June '16

Breastfeeding Leads To Better Hearts In Premature Babies

A study has found that feeding premature babies with breast milk helps improve their hearts in the long-term.

New Zealand All Blacks 'Cure Kids' Appearance in Auckland

ADHD  2 June '16

Drug Used To Treat ADHD In Children Associated With Increased Risk Of Abnormal Heart Rhythm

Ritalin, an ADHD drug, has been linked to increased likelihood of arrythmia.

Mars Announces World-Wide Recall Of Chocolate Bars

Food  4 May '16

New Study Claims Chocolate Can Solve Diabetes And Heart Disease

Chocolates could save you from diabetes and heart disease!

New Study Links Coffee Consumption To Reduction In Liver Disease

Health/Nutrition  19 April '16

Health News & Updates: Coffee Is Safe For People With Heart Disease, New Study Suggests

People with heart problems can now enjoy drinking coffee as well!

Cambodian Girl Receives Open-heart Surgery

Health/Nutrition  4 April '16

TAVR Implant May Help People Who Won’t Survive In Open Heart Surgery

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement is a procedure for patients who won’t survive an open heart surgery or at risk of complications. The procedure is seeking U.S. regulatory approval for Edwards Lifesciences Corporation.

brain

Health/Nutrition  19 March '16

Having a Healthy Heart Can Make Your Brain Healthy Too, Study Says

A recent study have shown that meeting the standards of a healthy heart usually brings lesser incidence of decreased brain function.

2016 Challenge Wanaka

Food  20 February '16

Moderate Alcohol Consumption Is Good For Your Heart!

Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol on a regular basis is healthy for your heart, a new study reveals!

Cholesterol-Indicating Wristbands

Health/Nutrition  12 August '14

Mexican Scientists Develop New Device to Monitor Developing Cardiovascular Disease

With staggering statistics of the American Heart Association and other researchers in the field of cardiology proving that Hispanics/Latinos over the age of 20 have a greater than 30 percent incidence of cardiovascular disease, researchers in Mexico have begun developing a device that will monitor cholesterol and triglyceride levels—all without a single drop of blood.

LovD9 Enzyme

Health/Nutrition  5 August '14

Researchers Mutate Enzyme by ‘Directed Evolution’

Looking to lower the cost of pharmaceuticals and help make cholesterol medication affordable for commercial manufacturing, a small team of interdisciplinary researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles discovered that mutations of an enzyme found in soil could efficiently solve a problem faced by the pharmaceutical industry.

Depression

Health/Nutrition  5 April '14

Depression raises risk of heart failure

Depression raises the risk of heart failure, a large-scale study suggests.

runners

Health/Nutrition  2 April '14

Running too much may lead to shorter lifespan: study

High-mileage runners and those who get no exercise may lead shorter lives compared to moderate runners, a new study suggests.

Health/Nutrition  31 March '14

Marriage may help prevent heart disease

Married people have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease when compared with those who are single, divorced or widowed, according to research from New York University's Langone Medical Center.

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