ScienceDaily (Aug. 26, 2012) Women with acute heart failure have similar in-hospital mortality to men but are less treated in the real world, according to results from the global ALARM-HF registry presented August 26 at the ESC Congress 2012.
ScienceDaily (Aug. 26, 2012) A novel blood test that predicts sudden death risk in heart failure patients is set to help physicians decide which patients would benefit from implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs)
ScienceDaily (Aug. 21, 2012) A study of marathon participants older than 50 years of age has found similar temporary effects as those found in runners between 18 and 40 years of age
ScienceDaily (Aug. 17, 2012) Uncoupling proteins present a paradox. They are found within mitochondria and serve to prevent the cell’s powerhouses from exploiting the charge differential across their membranes to generate ATP, which the body uses as an energy source
ScienceDaily (Aug. 2, 2012) A Purdue University student’s research project related to zebrafish eye development could lead to a better understanding of vision problems that affect billions of people worldwide.
First indication of people naturally protected against rabies found in remote Amazonian communities regularly exposed to vampire bats
ScienceDaily (Aug. 1, 2012) Challenging conventional wisdom that rabies infections are 100 percent fatal unless immediately treated, scientists studying remote populations in the Peruvian Amazon at risk of rabies from vampire bats found 11 percent of those tested showed protection against the disease, with only one person reporting a prior rabies vaccination.
ScienceDaily (Aug. 1, 2012) Sprinters competing in the 2012 Olympics might assume their championship performance is the result of their fuel-efficient physiology.