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Adenovirus May Play A Role In Heart Inflammation

Johns Hopkins Medicine

Adenoviruses, viruses that cause common upper respiratory infections, may also cause life-threatening heart muscle inflammation in adults, according to a study led by Johns Hopkins researchers.

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Article ID: 5324

New Agent Blocks Substance That Causes Joint Destruction in Osteoarthritis

American College of Rheumatology (ACR)

A new agent blocks a key substance that helps cause cartilage destruction in osteoarthritis, according to research presented at the American College of Rheumatology National Scientific Meeting Nov. 9-12 in Washington, D.C.

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Article ID: 5279

SS97 Tuesday Afternoon Tips

American Heart Association (AHA)

SS97 Tuesday Afternoon Tips 1. Mediterranean diet 2. Cutting Balloon 3. Genetically engineered growth hormone 4. High-fat diet not so bad--if it's the right kind of fat 5. anti-arrhythmic drug, amiodarone

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SS97 Tuesday Morning Tips

American Heart Association (AHA)

SS97 Tuesday Tips (Morning) 1. Vigorous exertion can trigger cardiac arrest 2. Estrogen replacement therapy 3. Fine-tuning diet/lifestyle programs can be more effective 4. How effective are nicotine skin patches? 5. Angioplasty is three times safer

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Article ID: 5265

Risk of heart disease in later life is driven by cholesterol in earlier years

American Heart Association (AHA)

ORLANDO, Nov. 11 -- People should start paying attention to their blood levels of cholesterol early in life, according to a study that finds cholesterol levels during middle age are more strongly tied to heart disease risk than cholesterol levels during older-age.

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Research supports link between iron levels and heart disease

American Heart Association (AHA)

ORLANDO, Nov. 11 -- Further deepening a decade-old medical controversy, Finnish researchers have linked the amount of iron in the body in men to heart attacks. The new study, which uses more precise techniques than earlier research, was reported today at the American Heart Association's 70th Scientific Sessions.

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Fish diet better than vegetarian fare at lowering lipoprotein (a) -- one 'bad' fat

American Heart Association (AHA)

ORLANDO, Nov. 11 -- Eating fish -- lots of fish -- is better than a vegetarian diet in reducing the level of one heart-imperiling fat in the blood, an international research group reported today at the American Heart Association's 70th Scientific Sessions.

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Many are not getting artery-opening treatments for heart attack; women, minorities underserved

American Heart Association (AHA)

ORLANDO, Nov. 11 -- Many eligible heart attack patients are not receiving appropriate artery opening treatments -- including the powerful clot-busters -- according to a study reported today at the American Heart Association's 70th Scientific Sessions.

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Inhibiting tumor necrosis factor: novel treatment for heart failure

American Heart Association (AHA)

ORLANDO, Nov. 11 -- Researchers may have found another cause and a possible new approach to treatment for individuals with severely failing hearts, according to a study presented today at the American Heart Association's 70th Scientific Sessions.

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Frequent workouts better for heart

American Heart Association (AHA)

ORLANDO, Nov. 11 -- If you don't have time for a 30-minute workout each day, it may be just as good to divide the exercise time into several shorter-duration episodes a week of at least 10 minutes or longer, report scientists today at the American Heart Association's 70th Scientific Sessions.

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