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Article ID: 696502

Mount Sinai Researchers Identify Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) in Human Arteries

Mount Sinai Health System

Mesenchymal stem cells exist in the outer layer of arteries in adult humans, and appear to play a key role in mediating vascular diseases, including coronary artery disease.

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Article ID: 696690

Research Paves Way for Novel Therapy to Treat Osteoporosis, Atherosclerosis

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

A recent study by University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHS) researchers shows that a type of blood protein we are all born with protects against osteoporosis, illuminating the potential for a novel approach to treatment.

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Article ID: 696659

José Biller, MD, is Co-editor of New Textbook on Uncommon Causes of Stroke

Loyola University Health System

Loyola Medicine neurologist José Biller, MD, is co-editor of an authoritative new textbook on uncommon causes of stroke. "Uncommon Causes of Stroke" is a comprehensive guide for healthcare professionals diagnosing, treating and assessing complex causes of strokes and other cerebrovascular disorders.

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In Women, Even Mild Sleep Problems May Raise Blood Pressure

Columbia University Irving Medical Center

For women, even mild sleep problems can raise blood pressure, finds study.

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Article ID: 696409

Fight-or-Flight Response Triggers White Bloods Cells, Increases Heart Attack Risk in People with Diabetes

Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh

New research from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine shows that white bloods cells, which typically heal infections and injuries, can become overactive and cause inflammation in plaques in blood vessels, making them vulnerable to rupture and hemorrhage in people with diabetes.

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Article ID: 696608

Study Shows Leadless Pacemaker Patients Experience Less Complications

Cleveland Clinic

Patients receiving leadless pacemakers experience overall fewer short-term and mid-term complications than those receiving traditional transvenous pacemakers, a Cleveland Clinic-led research study found. The study was published today in the journal Heart Rhythm.

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Article ID: 696629

NewYork-Presbyterian Among Nation’s Best in Every Specialty Featured in U.S. News and World Report “Best Children’s Hospitals” Survey

New York-Presbyterian Hospital

For the 12th year in a row, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital ranks in more pediatric specialties than any other New York metro area hospital in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Children’s Hospitals.” The 2018-19 rankings are published online today.

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Caring for Your Heart During Cancer Treatment

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Mrs. Goins is seeing a cardiologist as part of her cancer treatment because anthracyclines, a class of chemotherapy drugs used to treat breast cancer patients, can weaken the heart and lead to congestive heart failure years down the road in some patients. Pre-emptive treatment, including exercise, can help keep the heart strong.

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Sendelbach, de Lemos honored with Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Awards

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Cardiologist Dr. James de Lemos, Professor of Internal Medicine, and pediatrician Dr. Dorothy Sendelbach, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Medical Education at UT Southwestern, have been recognized with the UT System’s highest educational honor, the Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Awards, for their academic prowess and mentoring talent.

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National and International Experts at Long Island Heart Conference

Stony Brook Medicine

Sharing a passion for healthy hearts and caring for cardiovascular patients

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