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Drug Spironolactone Provides Renal And Cardioprotection In Diabetic Patients

Professor Kaspar Rossing and his colleagues from the Steno Diabetes Center, Denmark has found that supplementation of Spironolactone drug to diabetes patients taking //antihypertensive drugs, reduced the chances of developing kidney failure and reduced blood pressure and albumin protein in urine of...

Statin drugs for arthritis and cardioprotection

Statin is a cholesterol lowering drug which is found to be protective in reducing the incidence of heart attack by reducing the cholesterol in the body and research // as also shown that statin is also helpful in reducing the inflammatory response in rheumatoid arthritis by killing the synovial cel...

Benefit of grapes may be more than skin deep

...aid E. Mitchell Seymour, M.S., who led the research as part of his doctoral work in nutrition science at Michigan State University. He manages the U-M cardioprotection Research Laboratory, which is headed by U-M cardiac surgeon Steven Bolling, M.D. Heart cells, like other cells in the body, make an antioxidant pro...

New study shows how spikes in nitrite can have

...others to be critical to cardiac protection afforded by other agents and triggers," added Perlman. "This is exciting because it ties nitrite-triggered cardioprotection into the broader preconditioning field. Our study complements and extends other work, and identifies new players of potential importance for protecti...

Valentine's Day Indulgences Can Be Heart Healthy

...e grapes that are heart-healthy and heart-friendly." Bolling recently published research on the benefits of grapes. A study performed in the U-M cardioprotection Research Laboratory showed grape intake lowered blood pressure and improved heart function in lab rats. While more research should done, the study res...

Vitamin C, E Supplements Won't Help Prevent Cancer

...hat vitamin C and E supplements weren't helpful in protecting users against heart disease. "At least in the context of two very common outcomes -- cardioprotection and chemoprevention -- we see no compelling evidence to take vitamin E or C supplements," said one of the study's authors, Dr. Howard Sesso, an assist...

Joyful Music in Tune With Heart Health

...r Institute in New Orleans: "Although this was just an acute [short-term] study, it suggests that laughter and listening to relaxing music may provide cardioprotection or be heart-healthy. I suspect that the authors are correct in this theory. But the important thing to know is whether regular performance of this or ...

Celebrate American Heart Month by Eating Red

...er understand precisely why," said Dr. Steven F. Bolling, a cardiac surgeon at the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center who also heads the U-M cardioprotection Research Laboratory. "Researchers are uncovering the unique potential for plant compounds, like those in cherries, to affect multiple heart health fac...

JCI table of contents: Sept. 4, 2007

...e of therapeutic for the prevention of heart failure. TITLE: Beta-Arrestin–mediated beta1-adrenergic receptor transactivation of the EGFR confers cardioprotection AUTHOR CONTACT: Howard A. Rockman Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina, USA. Phone: (919) 668-2520; Fax: (919) 668-2524; E-...

Intake of Cherries Could Cut the Risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Heart Disease

...blic health," said study co-author Dr. Steven F. Bolling, a cardiac surgeon at the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center who also heads the U-M cardioprotection Research Laboratory, where the study was performed. "Lifestyle changes have been shown to lower the odds of developing metabolic syndrome, and there i...
Cardioprotection in Medical Technology

Grapes May Aid a Bunch of Heart Risk Factors, U-M Animal Study Finds

...an come from a diet rich in fruits and vegetables." Seymour manages the U-M cardioprotection Research Laboratory, which is headed by U-M heart surgeon Steven Bolling, M...ople, visit http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health . For information on the U-M cardioprotection Research Laboratory, visit http://sitemaker.umich.edu/cardiac.phytomed/res...
Cardioprotection in Biological News

Grapes may aid a bunch of heart risk factors, animal study finds

...sk, beyond the simple blood pressure-lowering impact that we already know can come from a diet rich in fruits and vegetables." Seymour manages the U-M cardioprotection Research Laboratory, which is headed by U-M heart surgeon Steven Bolling, M.D. Bolling, who is a professor of cardiac surgery at the U-M Medical Sc...

A cherry on top: Tart cherries may alter heart/diabetes factors

... Mitchell Seymour, M.S., a U-M research associate and supervisor of the U-M cardioprotection Research Laboratory, which studies the potential preventive benefits of ant...not ?and the correlation between the two was dose-dependent. Now, the cardioprotection Laboratory team has embarked on a new study in rats that have Type 2 diabet...
Cardioprotection in Biological Technology

VAP Cholesterol Test Helps In Search For New Heart Disease Drugs

...al LDL, and remnant lipoprotein cholesterol. Higher (cardioprotective) levels of both HDL2 and HDL3 cholesterol were also reported along with apparent cardioprotection as measured by decreased prevalence of coronary artery calcification. The VAP Test, which is covered by most insurance carriers and Medicare, pr...

PeriCor Therapeutics Announces Closing of Licensing Agreement for Acadesine with Schering-Plough Corporation

...incidence of heart failure in placebo-treated patients. Adenosine-Mediated cardioprotection Adenosine regulation by acadesine provides highly site- and event-specific amplification of adenosine-mediated cardioprotection while exhibiting a remarkable safety profile in more than 2,000 patients wh...
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