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Women get twice the benefit from fish oil than men

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...to 45%. Omega-3 fats are important throughout adult life for mental wellbeing but in particular help heart patients, and those with arthritis, by blocking the body’s response to inflammation. They work in several ways to reduce heart attack risk by cutting blood fats, reducing the chances of a blood clot and blocking dangerous heart rhythms that might otherwise prove fatal.   Related search...

Jakub Halik had his heart replaced with two mechanical pumps in pioneering surgery last April after an aggressive cancerous tumor was found

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Jakub Halik, a Czech father of one who survived for more than six months without a real heart, has died at the age of 37. Jakub Halik had his heart replaced with two mechanical pumps in pioneering surgery last April after an aggressive cancerous tumor was found. Doctors say his death was caused by liver failure, and not the artificial heart itself. Jakub Halik, a former firefighter, was waiting o...

A new research suggests that shift workers are slightly more at risk of having a heart attack or stroke than day workers

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...es. Limiting night shifts would help workers cope, experts said. The team of researchers from Canada and Norway analyzed 34 studies. A new research suggests that shift workers are slightly more at risk of having a heart attack or stroke than day workers In total, there were 17,359 coronary events of some kind, including cardiac arrests, 6,598 heart attacks and 1,854 strokes caused by lack of bloo...

German researchers have found that people who take calcium supplements could be increasing their risk of having a heart attack

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...chers have found that people who take calcium supplements could be increasing their risk of having a heart attack. Calcium is often taken by older people to strengthen bones and prevent fractures. But the study, published in the journal Heart, said the supplements “should be taken with caution”. Experts say promoting a balanced diet including calcium would be a better strategy. German...

Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has been visited by The Queen at Papworth Hospital following his emergency heart surgery to treat a blocked coronary artery

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...e” known as coronary stenting. This involves placing a tube in the coronary arteries that supply the heart, to keep them open in the treatment of heart disease. Stents reduce chest pain and have been shown to improve survival rates in the event of an acute heart problem. Today Buckingham Palace said Prince Phillip “had a good night” and was currently under surveillance in the world-famous Papworth...

A vegetarian diet can have a dramatic effect on the health of your heart

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...behind the health boost. The findings were published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Heart disease is a major blight in Western countries. It kills 94,000 people in the UK each year – more than any other disease, and 2.6 million people live with the condition. The heart’s own blood supply becomes blocked up by fatty deposits in the arteries that nourish the heart muscle...

The Heart Attack Grill sells calorie-laden fare with names such as Quadruple Bypass Burgers and Flatline Fries

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...ype of stunt. “Even with our own morbid sense of humor, we would never pull a stunt like that.” The Heart Attack Grill sells calorie-laden fare with names such as Quadruple Bypass Burgers and Flatline Fries The Heart Attack Grill sells calorie-laden fare with names such as Quadruple Bypass Burgers and Flatline Fries. Meals at Heart Attack Grill can exceed 8,000 calories, as the recommended daily...

The mummified heart of King Richard I, nicknamed Richard the Lionheart, has been analyzed by forensic experts

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The mummified heart of King Richard I, nicknamed Richard the Lionheart, has been analyzed by forensic experts. When the Richard the Lionheart died in 1199 his heart was embalmed and buried separately from the rest of his body. Its condition was too poor to reveal the cause of death, but the team was able to rule out a theory that he had been killed by a poisoned arrow. The researchers were also a...

Paul Bearer died of a heart attack caused by an untreated rapid heart rate

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...on Tuesday, March 5. He was 58. SVT is typically not life threatening, though it can decrease one’s heart functionality if prolonged without treatment, according to medical sources. Paul Bearer died of a heart attack caused by an untreated rapid heart rate SVT’s symptoms are similar to anxiety and heartburn, so it is not uncommon for people to wait out the discomfort instead of seeing a do...

A breakthrough vaccine that dramatically reduces fat in the arteries has been developed for the prevention of heart attacks

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...s has been developed for the prevention of heart attacks. The new vaccine, which can be administered by injection or nasal spray, could be available within five years. Current treatment involves medication that reduces cholesterol and blood pressure. But the study by Lund University in Sweden is the first which has targeted the underlying cause of heart disease. Prof. Peter Weissberg, the British...

Women who take HRT may cut their risk of heart problems

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...pausal symptoms began. HRT replaces female hormones that are no longer produced during the menopause and can help with hot flushes, insomnia, headaches and irritability. After 10 years, 33 women in the group that had not taken HRT had died or suffered from heart failure or a heart attack, compared with just 16 women who were taking the treatment. Thirty-six women in the HRT group were treated for...

Exercise can be as good as pills for people with conditions such as heart disease

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...305 trials to include in their analysis. These trials looked at managing conditions such as existing heart disease, stroke rehabilitation, heart failure and pre-diabetes. When they studied the data as a whole, they found exercise and drugs were comparable in terms of death rates. But there were two exceptions. Drugs called diuretics were the clear winner for heart failure patients, while exercise...

Gina DeJesus was rescued on Monday along with Amanda Berry and Michelle Knight

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...pparently knew nothing about his father’s alleged involvement in the case when he produced the article about Gina DeJesus’ disappearance. Gina DeJesus was rescued on Monday along with Amanda Berry and Michelle Knight. The author of the 861-word Plain Press article describes the anxiety felt by the neighborhood in the aftermath of Gina DeJesus’ disappearance. It outlines the conce...

After five years of featuring the Bicholim Conflict, Wikipedia has admitted the entire conflict and books cited as sources for the piece are fictional

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...nonetheless,” they wrote. “An online search for <<Bicholim conflict>> or for many of the article’s purported sources produces only results that can be traced back to the article itself.” Wikipedia acted on his warning and promptly removed the piece. But not before it was labeled a “Good Article” by Wikipedia editors just two months after its creation in July 2007. It was also n...

A new research found that energy drinks packed with caffeine can change the way the heart beats

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...coffee or cola. A new research found that energy drinks packed with caffeine can change the way the heart beats “There are many side effects known to be associated with a high intake of caffeine, including rapid heart rate, palpitations, rise in blood pressure and, in the most severe cases, seizures or sudden death.” The researchers gave the participants a drink containing 32 mg per 1...

British researchers claim that drinking just three cups of tea a day may protect against heart attacks and type 2 diabetes

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British researchers claim that drinking just three cups of tea a day may protect against heart attacks and type 2 diabetes. A review shows regular drinking of black tea, with or without milk, can reduce the risk of heart problems by cutting levels of bad cholesterol and blood sugar. Experts say the benefits of tea are largely due to the flavonoid content – antioxidant ingredients that counteract...

Whitney Houston drowned in the hotel room bathtub on February 11, having ingested cocaine recently

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...verly Hilton? Did she overdose? Hit her head? Simply fall asleep? Did years of cocaine use cause the heart disease that was also detected during autopsy? Los Angeles County Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter, who determined cause of death to be accidental drowning combined with cocaine use and atherosclerotic heart disease, told E! News that his team actually has not been able to pinpoint exactly h...

The risk from saturated fat in foods such as butter, cakes and fatty meat is being overstated and demonized

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...urated fat must be removed to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease has dominated dietary advice and guidelines for almost four decades”. The cardiologist says saturated fat has been “demonized” and any link with heart disease is not fully supported by scientific evidence. The food industry has compensated for lowering saturated fat levels in food by replacing it with sugar,...

Solar Impulse, a solar-powered plane, has landed in Rabat, Morocco, after flying from Spain, completing the second leg of its pioneering journey

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...plane in the air, even at night. The organizers now hope to go on a round-the-world tour with a new and improved Solar Impulse model in 2014.   Related search articles:Solar Girls Part 2 full solar dashboard dancers solar girls 2 solar girls 2 full SOLAR girls part 3 the solar co company blonde solrgirls3 solar window dancers solar tsunami 2014 Solar Girls Part 4 2012 plane crashes Solar Gi...

Vanity Fair article has shed new light on Whitney Houston's personal life and last days in Los Angeles

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...in Beverly Hilton Hotel triggered a slew of media speculation and rumors about her alleged drug use and troubled personal relationships. Now, a Vanity Fair article has shed new light on Whitney Houston’s personal life and last days in Los Angeles, three months after she was found drowned in a hotel bathtub. One of the more bizarre anecdotes is recounted byKarrine Steffans,  a former girlfri...

Scientists used an electric current to shock the Medusoid into swimming with synchronized contractions that mimic those of real jellyfish

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...n the US have created a free swimming artificial jellyfish using silicone as a base on which to grow heart muscle cells that were harvested from rats. They used an electric current to shock the Medusoid into swimming with synchronized contractions that mimic those of real jellyfish. The advance, by researchers at Caltech and Harvard University, is reported in the journal Nature Biotechnology. The...

Blue Book Online gives heart surgery patients access to their doctor's performances.

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On the Blue Book Online heart surgery patients can find information about heart surgery in the UK and check their surgeon’s and hospital’s performances before an operation. Patients gain access to their surgeon’s success rate online, such as how many times they have performed the operation and how well each procedure went. The Society of Cardiothoracic surgeons (SCTS) announced the development of...

Aspirin was as effective as the commonly prescribed drug warfarin, say researchers

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Researchers have found that aspirin could be as effective as more expensive drugs for heart failure patients with a normal heart rhythm. Their study on more than 2,000 patients, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, said aspirin was as effective as the commonly prescribed drug warfarin. It said each drug had risks, but they had similar benefits overall. However, a British cardiologist...

The study of more than 120,000 people suggested red meat increased the risk of death from cancer and heart problems

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...extra portion of unprocessed red meat to someone’s daily diet would increase the risk of death by 13%, of fatal cardiovascular disease by 18% and of cancer mortality by 10%. The figures for processed meat were higher, 20% for overall mortality, 21% for death from heart problems and 16% for cancer mortality. The study of more than 120,000 people suggested red meat increased the risk of death...

Researchers claim those who drink diet soft drinks are 43 percent more likely to have heart attacks, vascular disease or strokes than those who have none

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...Center say that drinking just a single can of diet fizzy drink every day can increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke. The study, published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, has suggested that just a couple of daily cans of the supposedly “healthier” carbonated drinks, such as lemonade or cola, can raise the risk of liver damage, as well as potentially causing diabetes and heart d...