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By The Ohio State Univ. College of Engineering
Ohio State biomedical engineering professor's research team devises new approach for regenerative medicine treatment for heart attack
By Pertexa, Inc.
Newly developed cardiac monitor, desperately needed in rural areas, will detect and display patient information faster than ever, combining previous methods with near instantaneous results
By FABPulous BV
The European Union awarded FABPulous BV a euro 1.6 million Phase 2 Grant to fund two clinical trials in the UK and Belgium/Netherlands and automate the manufacture of its 5-minute, patented H-FABP True Rapid Test®, which helps emergency medical workers...
12317186
By Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb, P.A.
A young college athlete dies suddenly of a heart attack, and Craig Goldenfarb, personal injury attorney, asks why an AED wasn't used to save his life.
By Florida Hospital Volusia/Flagler
Coronary calcium scans provide high speed images of a patient’s heart that can detect specks of calcium, or calcifications, in the walls of the arteries in the heart. These are early signs of coronary heart disease.
12270300
By Florida Hospital Volusia/Flagler
World’s smallest heart pump, protects the heart from further damage and enables the left ventricle to heal and gain optimal function.
By Twin Cities Community Hospital
Twin Cities Community Hospital Invites the Public to Attend a Free Seminar on December 10, 2013
12219344
By www.essentiawater.com
Findings from Essentia Water pilot study underline the importance of staying hydrated during exercise, heat and stress
By BIGshoppingMall.com
It's American Heart Month, and unfortunately, most of us know someone who has had heart disease or stroke. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. 1 in every 3 deaths is from heart disease and stroke = to 2,200 deaths per day
By American Academy of Neurology
Women who have migraines with aura, which are often visual disturbances such as flashing lights, may be more likely to have problems with their heart and blood vessels, and those on newer contraceptives may be at higher risk for blood clots.
By DB&R
Every birdie made by a golfer on the Oak Park High School Varsity golf team during the 2013 season will help to improve the care and treatment of children born with congenital heart defects.
By Sugar N Spice
Local Scottsdale 15 year old boy suffered a heart attack at a young age leaving him handicapped and struggling for mobility as a teenage. He will be the guest of honor at K2Adventures upcoming event November 10.
By Wright & McGurk LLP
The law firm Wright & McGurk is offering injured consumers a free GranuFlo® case evaluation. If you or your loved one has suffered a dialysis injury, you may be entitled to compensation. Call our firm today to find out how we can help you recover.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
Accreditation is granted only to those facilities that are found to be providing quality patient care, in compliance with national standards, through a comprehensive application process including a detailed case study review.
By Angel Medical Systems
The Heart Group of Lancaster General Health Announces ALERTS Study for Cardiac Monitor and Alert System. New research study will evaluate safety and effectiveness of an implantable device designed to be an early warning system for heart attacks.
By finishingpointe
In the recently concluded meeting of the 18TH world congress of Electro Physiology held at Nice, France,
By Baptist Health South Florida
Dr. Arthur Agatston, preventive cardiologist and author of "The South Beach Diet" series, will spearhead prevention and wellness initiative.
By Baptist Cardiac & Vascular Institute
Heart specialist at Miami’s Baptist Cardiac & Vascular Institute available for commentary on new national campaign to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes over the next five years.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
Board-certified in cardiovascular diseases and internal medicine, Dr. Rehman has been an attending cardiologist at SNCH since 2002. He is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology and Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Intervention.
By American Association Critical Illness Insurance
Medical experts recommend more frequent screenings for breast cancer which is the most common cancer among women. The American Association for Critical Illness Insurance supports the recommendation.

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By Encino Hospital Medical Center
For Treatment of Heart Attack and Heart Failure 4 Years in a Row
12597527
By The Ohio State Univ. College of Engineering
Ohio State biomedical engineering professor's research team devises new approach for regenerative medicine treatment for heart attack
By Paradise Valley Hospital
Paradise Valley Hospital today announced that it has achieved five stars for its performance in treatment of heart attack for four years in a row (2014-2017) from Healthgrades, the leading online resource helping consumers make informed healthcare...
By Pertexa, Inc.
Newly developed cardiac monitor, desperately needed in rural areas, will detect and display patient information faster than ever, combining previous methods with near instantaneous results
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
South Nassau Communities Hospital awarded the Get With The Guidelines®–Heart Failure Silver-Plus Quality Achievement Award.
By FABPulous BV
The European Union awarded FABPulous BV a euro 1.6 million Phase 2 Grant to fund two clinical trials in the UK and Belgium/Netherlands and automate the manufacture of its 5-minute, patented H-FABP True Rapid Test®, which helps emergency medical workers...
By SMUDGED Prntz Photography
34 Year Old Female Photographer Has Heart Attack Stressing About Trip to Paris
By Sun Chlorella USA
Heart disease is the biggest health threats to women. A holistic physician explains what new research reveals and how women can protect themselves.
By LifeChangingMedia.Net
Jan, 21st, 2015, Los Gatos California          NEW EBOOKS, NON-FICTION Paul Gundotra’s New eBook Provides Roadmap to Avoiding Heart Attack LOS GATOS, CALIFORNIA | LifeChangingMeida.Net | Jan.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
South Nassau is one of 1,224 hospitals in the U.S. to earn the distinction of Top Performer on Key Quality Measures. The ratings are based on an aggregation of accountability measures data reported to The Joint Commission during the 2013.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Their Blood Concentrations Are Similar to Living With a Smoker
By supplement-score-card.com
Latest research and studies show krill oil can provide your body with the Omega fatty acids it needs to be healthy.
12317186
By Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb, P.A.
A young college athlete dies suddenly of a heart attack, and Craig Goldenfarb, personal injury attorney, asks why an AED wasn't used to save his life.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
New data indicate that in certain patients therapeutic hypothermia is less effective and may even worsen neurological outcomes, as described in an article in Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management.
By Florida Hospital Volusia/Flagler
Coronary calcium scans provide high speed images of a patient’s heart that can detect specks of calcium, or calcifications, in the walls of the arteries in the heart. These are early signs of coronary heart disease.
12270300
By Florida Hospital Volusia/Flagler
World’s smallest heart pump, protects the heart from further damage and enables the left ventricle to heal and gain optimal function.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The results of a study that compared Hispanic and non-Hispanic white women based on their knowledge of heart disease risk factors and their perceptions of their own weight is published in Journal of Women’s Health.
By Metro Hypnosis Center
Don't ruin the holidays by becoming a statistic. Mortality rates rise in the United States during the holidays because of the increased stress. Here are some simple ideas to quickly reduce your stess level.
By Twin Cities Community Hospital
Twin Cities Community Hospital Invites the Public to Attend a Free Seminar on December 10, 2013
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
The review showed that the number of patients needed to treat to prevent one death ranged from 6.2 to 22 after 3 to 7 years of follow-up.
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By www.essentiawater.com
Findings from Essentia Water pilot study underline the importance of staying hydrated during exercise, heat and stress
By K2 communications
Fortis Hospitals today announces the launch of “Attack the Attack”, a public awareness initiative to educate the importance of recognizing heart attacks and emergency measures for timely treatment.
By Heart Disease Online
Website provides excellent, reliable and easy to understand information about heart disease.
By Ennis & Ennis, P.A.
Ennis & Ennis, P.A. reports that the FDA is warning of the dangers of DMAA and is working to ensure that any dietary supplements containing the stimulant, dimethylamylamine (DMAA) will no longer be distributed or sold in the U.S. marketplace.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
Cardiac rehabilitation offers a comprehensive approach to chronic disease management by addressing risk factors such as hypertension, obesity, smoking, unhealthy diet and a sedentary lifestyle.
By InternetGuru4u.com Social Media Marketing
In recognition of having saved over 1.1 million lives, Dr. Charles Hennekens has a ranking of number 81 in all of human history from ScienceHeroes.com
By BIGshoppingMall.com
It's American Heart Month, and unfortunately, most of us know someone who has had heart disease or stroke. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. 1 in every 3 deaths is from heart disease and stroke = to 2,200 deaths per day
By Regional Feed
Medical researchers have this week claimed to have finally harnessed the health secret of the Mediterranean diet - in a SINGLE PILL.
By American Academy of Neurology
Women who have migraines with aura, which are often visual disturbances such as flashing lights, may be more likely to have problems with their heart and blood vessels, and those on newer contraceptives may be at higher risk for blood clots.
By QuickMedical
QuickMedical a distributor for the CardioChek® cholesterol analyzers hopes this new study will encourage more people to monitor their heart and brain health via cholesterol screening.

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