A research published in Science Translational Medicine reveals that heart failure associated with arrhythmias can be prevented by two mechanisms. Sino-atrial node (SAN) located in the human heart acts as the body’s natural pacemaker. Raul Weiss, a cardiologist and researcher at Ohio State University, said that this is the gateway to describe that SAN depression could occur before cardiac arrest and allows the doctor to identify the complication before massive cardiac arrest.
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According to the new research published in Journal of Palliative Medicine, people with life-threatening illness (cancer or heart disease) may not feel medically abandoned if their doctor wants to take them off the statins (lipid-lowering medications).
In paediatrics development, healthy eyes play a vital role and sometimes more than just a new pair of spectacles may be needed. Parents of youngsters who require surgery and anaesthesia to correct an eye abnormality could rest assured that Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) were highly qualified, well-prepared to give pediatric anaesthesia in ophthalmology settings and do so on a regular basis.
A research suggests an innovative approach to improve health and lower costs among Medicaid and uninsured patients as the politicians struggle to solve the nation’s healthcare problems.The study outcomes published in the American Journal of Public Health.
Researchers from Yale School of Medicine were investing for the way to diagnose the disease through biomarkers–physical characteristics in blood or tissue samples that are unique to Alzheimer's patients. The study describes a new technique called vibrational spectroscopy that showed promising effects on disease, and the study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
The previous attempts to treat melanoma were unsatisfactory. Thus, International researchers hoped to create a drug that could effectively treat melanoma. The drug development was based on the potency of the compound which they tested on both mice and on human cells in a petri dish. The research is published in the European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry.
A new study available in Lancet Psychiatry reported that teens whose fathers had depression were expected to experience depression symptoms themselves.
According to the study published in the journal PLOS One, women may be at greater risk of endometrial cancer if they have elevated levels of cadmium, a metal found in certain organ meats such as shellfish, liver and kidneys as well as tobacco. The researchers expect that the fourth most common cancer in women could be prevented.
The researchers from Salk Institute have disclosed an enduring mystery behind spinal cord attention to certain pieces of information and when to ignore it as distracting from the task at hand. The study work was published in the journal Neuron.
Researchers aimed to increase the schizophrenia sufferer's amount of social interaction using Social Recovery Therapy. The therapy involved helping severely withdrawn individuals to identify personally meaningful goals and to set up achievable day-to-day activities. The study findings were published in The Lancet Psychiatry.
A new study reported that the investigation of human genetics revealed new targets to combat heart disease among atypical variants. Gene mutations play a role in heart health that encouraged developing new heart drugs. For example, the PCSK9 gene mutations were discovered to develop a new class of heart drugs called PCSK9 inhibitors.
Infants' sleep time, in Japan, is one of the shortest in the world. The researchers from Osaka University developed a mobile application and showed the effectiveness of the application in improving infants' sleep habits through primary studies.