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Correct Shopping Posture: A Dozen Medical Stocking Stuffers to Get You Through the Holidays Pain-Free. Don't Let Shopping Put a Crimp in Your Christmas, or Your Back

“There’s a right way and a wrong way to shop,” says Dr. Louis Obersteadt, and he’s not referring to where you’re shopping, what you’re buying or how much you’re spending, he’s referring to the proper way to carry your gifts. “I don’t car...

Women and Black Patients have less chances to survive a Heart Attack

New Haven, Conn. – Ever since the treatment methodologies to treat heart attacks improved and became standardised what has remained constant is the difference in survival between male and female patients, whites and blacks in the // USA. In one of the largest national studies on this topic...

Heart can repair itself after heart attack

Contrary to popular belief, the heart can actually repair itself by growing new cells after a heart attack. This surprising discovery was uncovered by researchers in New York and Italy. Dr. Piero Anversa and colleagues of the New York Medical College in Valhalla detected signs that heart musc...

Young Smokers at Increased Risk Of Developing a Heart Attack

A new study shows smokers under age 40 are five-times more likely to suffer a heart attack as non-smokers their age. Researchers examined // all non-fatal heart disease cases of study participants between the ages of 33 and 64 from 21 countries, 18,762 of which were men and 4,047 were women. Res...

First Artificial Heart patient has Major setback

The first recipient of a self-contained artificial heart suffered bleeding in his brain in the same area damaged by a stroke 10 days ago. The latest setback caused swelling and made the patient, Robert Tools, 59, of Franklin, Kentucky, less responsive, implant surgeon Laman Gray said. // Robe...

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Methane-belching bugs inspire a new theory of the origin of life on Earth

...udes a well-known pair of enzymes, called Pta ("phosphotransacetylase") and ack ("acetate kinase"). The two researchers realized that, in the presence of m... energy produced by these reactions is stored in a molecule called ATP. The ack enzyme catalyzes the synthesis of ATP directly. On the other hand, most ATP...

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