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- US·The Times Herald
After suffering from cardiac arrest in December, 18-year-old Alex Bowerson has become an advocate for teens to learn how to use AEDs and get their hearts checked.Thanks for your feedback!
Abbott (ABT) receives FDA approval for the AVEIR DR leadless pacemaker system, featuring the proprietary i2i technology.Thanks for your feedback!
- Health·Women's Running
Certain adaptations, like blood volume increases, are fleeting, changing constantly throughout your training. Other adaptations affecting heart rate, such as the enlargement of your heart chambers, are structural changes that take longer to develop and also decline at a slower rate.Thanks for your feedback!
- Health·USA TODAY
A heart traveled 2,506 miles, breaking the record for the furthest distance a human heart has ever traveled for a transplant.Thanks for your feedback!
- Health·Cycling Weekly
One cyclist's story of getting diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation and how he's learning to live with his condition without having to give up cycling.Thanks for your feedback!
It’s just a harmless computer, right? It just does whatever people program it to do…right? In these bleeding-edge tech days when OpenAI’s ChatGPT can follow intricate chat prompts with incredibly human-like persuasiveness, the perennial sci-fi question of whether there’s a moral ghost in the artificial intelligence machine seems as topical as ever. As luck would have it, Peacock's upcoming sci-fi series, Mrs. Davis, is set to explore exactly that, albeit in the fun, offbeat way that only Emmy-wiThanks for your feedback!
- Health·Associated Press
Coffee lovers — and their doctors — have long wondered whether a jolt of java can affect the heart. New research published Wednesday finds that drinking caffeinated coffee did not significantly affect one kind of heart hiccup that can feel like a skipped beat. Coffee is one of the most common beverages in the world.Thanks for your feedback!
- Health·Verywell Health
Inotropes are a group of medications used to improve the heart's ability to pump blood throughout the body. The medications cause the heart to squeeze tighter to send more oxygenated blood to the body's organs and tissues. This article will discuss the different kinds of inotropes and their side effects.Thanks for your feedback!
Abbott Laboratories (NYSE: ABT) announced late-breaking data for the TriClip transcatheter edge-to-edge repair (TEER) system, a minimally invasive device designed specifically for tricuspid heart valve repair. The TRILUMINATE Pivotal study evaluates the superiority of TriClip compared to medical therapy in treating patients with severe, symptomatic tricuspid regurgitation (TR) at intermediate or greater risk for open-heart surgery. Tricuspid regurgitation is a disorder where this valve does notThanks for your feedback!
- Health·Yahoo Celebrity
Jansen Panettiere was 28.Thanks for your feedback!