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An Offbeat Suit With Electronic Monitor

...gers , enable monitored data to be downloaded in a heartbeat to a computer in your wardrobe, and then be recharged ready for wearing. Imagine wearing a smart T-shirt or a suit embedded with tiny electronics that can monitor your heart or respiratory function wirelessly. When dirty, you take it off and throw ...

New Health DrinkCoffee

...eople it can increase nervousness, and cause rapid heartbeat and trembling hands. Pregnant women, heart patients, and anyone with a stomach ulcer are usually advised to avoid it. If people enjoy drinking it, its comforting to know that they dont have to be afraid of negative health effects. Says Dr.Van Dam....

Heavy Drinking may Trigger Stroke

... were then compared to those without the irregular heartbeat - about half (48 percent) of people in each group were moderate drinkers, suggesting no increase in risk. Excessive drinking, however, was much higher in patients with atrial fibrillation than in patients without (27 percent versus 17 percent, resp...

Slowing the Racing Heart

...ell -- beats faster or slower to induce a rhythmic heartbeat that varies to increase or decrease the blood flow...ker control are common in heart diseases. When the heartbeat becomes non-rhythmic and chaotic, it can result in fatal arrhythmias and stroke," said R. John Solar...

Slowing the Racing Heart

...cell - beats faster or slower to induce a rhythmic heartbeat that varies to increase or decrease the blood flow...ker control are common in heart diseases. When the heartbeat becomes non-rhythmic and chaotic, it can result in fatal arrhythmias and stroke," said R. John Solar...

Brain Activity Reflects Variation in Types of Anxiety

...uminate from those who experience the panic, rapid heartbeat or bouts of sweating that describe anxious arousal. These two kinds of anxiety may occur alone or in combination, with potentially significant implications for treatment. To test whether neural activation patterns supported the hypothesis that thes...

Shoe Shopping Augments Health of Fairer Sex!

... Dr Papadopoulos says that shoes increase a womans heartbeat because they bring out a socializing and nurturing instinct. "Shoes have a particular draw to women as they are emotionally evocative items to them and they bring out women's socializing and nurturing instincts," the Mirror quoted her, as saying. ...

The Production and Marketing of IBS Drug Halted by the Chinese Government

...d Nausea. One reported case was of abnormally fast heartbeat and another case of low blood pressure. The Novrotis Drug was manufactured by three companies in China and is available in more than 20 provinces with thousands of users. A review of data from 18,000 patients taking the medicine conducted by Nova...

New Health Drink—Coffe

...eople it can increase nervousness, and cause rapid heartbeat and trembling hands. Pregnant women, heart patients, and anyone with a stomach ulcer are usually advised to avoid it. “If people enjoy drinking it, it’s comforting to know that they don’t have to be afraid of negative health effects.” Says Dr.Van ...

Fruit Flies May Pave Way to New Treatments for Age-related Heart Disease

...ed measuring the fly’s electrocardiogram (ECG) and heartbeat force and tension, respectively. “We now have a lot of methods to precisely assess heart function in the fly, which augments its usefulness as a genetic model for studying cardiac function,” said Ocorr, who conducted most of these studies. The st...

Rewiring the Heart

...s was the case for Jeffrey Nauser. //His irregular heartbeat was only discovered after repeat trips to the Emer...t, the Arrhythmia was another story. The irregular heartbeat became a permanent unwelcome guest in his chest, and he knew something had to be done. Jeffrey beg...

New Gadget to Treat Insomnia, Stress

...ke University. It enables users to lower their own heartbeat by regulated deep breathing, said the online editi...ke image appears on the screen, which reflects the heartbeat detected by the sensor. The display prompts the user when to breathe in and when to exhale during...

New MRI Technique Measures Intracranial Pressure in Brain Disorder

...e in fluid volume and pressure occurring with each heartbeat as blood and cerebral spinal fluid flow in and out of the cranium. Intracranial compliance is the ability of the intracranial compartment to accommodate an increase in volume without a large increase in pressure. "We believe that in Chiari malforma...

Telemedicine Offers New Possibilities in Health Care

...ck themselves nowadays, but also record changes in heartbeat and heart rate. Devices developed by US company Medtronic measure the electrical resistance between the pacing lead in the heart and the pulse generator under the collarbone. A drop in resistance is a sign that fluid is collecting in the lungs. Th...

Athletic Gear in Youth Not Protective Against Near Fatal Blows to chest

...hest is hit in a manner that triggers an irregular heartbeat called ventricular fibrillation. "If the blow occurs directly over the heart at a particular time in the heart's cycle, the results can be catastrophic," said the report's lead author, Dr. Barry Maron, director of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Ce...

Therapy Decided by Risk Factors

...therapy has to be given to patients with irregular heartbeat known as Atrial Fibrillation (AF). Atrial fibrill...ter ablation — a procedure that corrects irregular heartbeat with radiofrequency energy — is considered “a reasonable alternative to drug therapy to treat AF in ...

Gene That Causes Atrial Fibrillation Identified

...tion is the most common arrhythmia -- or irregular heartbeat -- worldwide. In the United States alone, more than 2 million Americans suffer from atrial fibrillation, constituting a major public health epidemic. During a person's lifetime, there is a 25 percent risk this rhythm disorder will develop, and pat...

Abnormal Heart Rhythm Controlled By Cholesterol Drugs

...ns and they require a shock to correct an abnormal heartbeat when compared to statin takers. Statins' benefits are may be due to their cholesterol-lowering effects, and primarily due to anti-inflammatory effects, antioxidant effects or effects on the nervous system....

Seconds Between Life And Death

...acts within 8 seconds and the patient recovers his heartbeat blissfully unaware of the crisis that was averted. A minor electrical discharge may be experienced. Records show that after 4 years of these implants the number of those who have escaped deaths icy grip is the same as the number of IAD implants. ...

Defibrillators In Public Places Will Help Cardiac Patients

...gh the chest wall to the heart to restore a normal heartbeat after a cardiac arrest. Modern defibrillators are becoming increasingly quick and easy for the layman to use, which can mean difference between life and death. Scientists analyzed data before and after machines were placed in the community in Cana...

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