In the March 5 issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry, lead author Alejandro P. Adam and his colleagues at the college’s Center for Cardiovascular Science are reporting that vascular cells’ ability to properly regulate fluid movement is not necessarily affected solely by the activity of an enzyme that for years has been in the crosshairs […]

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President – Zavin Arellano was two weeks old when a physician had to turn his tiny bureau and use on his modify tinier mettle. The results saved Zavin and prefabricated River examination account.

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The disruption of a structural component in heart muscle cells, which is associated with heart failure, appears to occur even before heart function starts to decline, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine.

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Infants born with a severely underdeveloped heart who undergo a newer surgical procedure are more likely to survive their first year and not require a heart transplant than those who have a more traditional surgical procedure, according to a report by researchers supported by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), which is part […]

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Talking about women and heart disease at the Woodland Park Senior Center, Sandy Nebl was both light-hearted and deadly serious. “Heart disease is the Number One killer of women,” said Nebl, chief clinical officer at Pikes Peak Regional Hospital. “Nothing even comes close to heart disease. One in 24 women will die of heart disease.”

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