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2 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

Endurance runners more likely to die of heat stroke than heart condition

Heat stroke is 10 times more likely than cardiac events to be life-threatening for runners during endurance races in warm climates, according to a study published today in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology .


Related Topix: Medicine

6 hrs ago | Medical Daily

Heat Strokes Kills 10 Times As Many Long-Distance Runners Than Cardiac Conditions Do

Most runners have been warned of the dangers of life-threatening cardiac conditions, but many aren't aware that experiencing heat stroke is far deadlier.


Related Topix: Israel, Medicine, World News

7 hrs ago | Daily World

Running of any length or speed reduces risk of death

Whether you run 30 minutes a week or 2 hours a week, your risk of early death will be the same a?? better than if you don't run.


Related Topix: Medicine, Fitness, Aerobics

Sat Jul 26, 2014

Tyler Morning Telegraph

Sanford and Israel: Godfathers of East Texas cardiology

Courtesy East Texas cardiologists Drs. Noah Israel a Sand Fagg Sanford were the only two cardiologists available in Tyler in 1983.


Related Topix: Texas, Medicine, Tyler, TX, Dallas, TX

Nursing Center

Transradial vascular access: A growing trend

Abstract: The transradial route for coronary angiography is a growing trend in the United States.


Related Topix: Heart Attack, Health, Medicine

Health giants Highmark, UPMC swap mix-up blame

Monongahela restaurant owner John Timko thought he was back on course Thursday when UPMC granted him an exception to see his UPMC cardiologist even though he had Highmark Community Blue insurance.


Related Topix: Medicine, 9

Fri Jul 25, 2014

Two hours of sitting effectively negates 20 minutes of exercise

Sitting down for two straight hours and doing nothing might negate the benefits of a daily 20-minute exercise routine.


Related Topix: Medicine, Life, Nutrition, Food

News Times

Christian Briggs, a 2014 graduate of Manhattan College with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering, has joined The Di Salvo Engineering Group, Structural Engineers, of Ridgefield.


Related Topix: Engineering, Civil Engineering, Science, Ridgefield, CT, Monroe, CT, Stratford, CT, Medicine, Newtown, CT

Medical Device/Diagnostic Ind.

Cardiologist: True Value of mHealth Lies in Behavior Change Not Diagnostics

"In an era where cost reduction and better outcomes is key, I'm looking at technology that drives better health outcomes, not technology that simply adds another flavor of the month," Damani declared in a phone interview Thursday.


Related Topix: Nursing

Modern Healthcare

Ting appointed chief quality officer at NewYork-Presbyterian

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan has named Dr. Henry Ting its new senior vice president and chief quality officer.Ting, a cardiologist, directs NewYork-Presbyterian's clinical-quality and patient-safety initiatives.


Related Topix: Medicine

Pediatric Heart Specialist Warns Energy Drinks Could Be Deadly for Children and Teens

Children and adolescents are consuming more and more energy drinks without regard to the potentially devastating impact these drinks can have on the heart, according to recent studies.


Related Topix: Medicine

Thu Jul 24, 2014

Verde Independent

VVMC Heart Failure Wellness Program awarded 30-Day Readmission Award

Verde Valley Medical Center's Heart Failure Wellness Program, one of the comprehensive programs offered by VVMC's Cardiology Services, was awarded the 30-Day Readmission Award for small hospitals at the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses annual conference in Los Angeles.


Related Topix: Medicine, Nursing

WWL-TV New Orleans

Doctors using genes to personalize health treatments

Having a bad reaction to a medication is one of the leading causes of hospitalizations and death.


Related Topix: Medicine, Lacombe, LA, Mandeville, LA, New Orleans, LA


Preliminary agenda available for 4th VEINS Conference to be held October 9-12 in Chicago

VEINS is an established Venous Endovascular Interventional Strategies group comprised of experts in the field whose primary aim is to provide a "How To" meeting for cardiologists and other healthcare providers who are interested in advancing their knowledge and skills in venous interventions and whose ultimate goal is developing their own ... (more)


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Hispanic Business

STENTYS First Half 2014 Revenues Rise 18%

For the first half of 2014, sales rose 18.0% to 1,934 thousand from 1,638.4 thousand for the same period in 2013.


Related Topix: Stentys, Heart Attack, Health, Medicine, Marketing

DNA India

Samajwadi Party's Ram Gopal Yadav admitted to AIIMS

Samajwadi Party's national general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav, who is the brother of SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, has been admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences .


Related Topix: Medicine, Heart Disease, Health

Wed Jul 23, 2014

Cath Lab Digest

Radiation Exposure Concerns, Increased Precision Driving Growth of Corindus Vascular Robotics

Robotic-assisted coronary angioplasties a solution today for hospitals across the country Waltham, MA - July 23, 2014 - As attention increases on the effects of radiation exposure among interventional cardiologists , Corindus Vascular Robotics announced the recent installations of its CorPath System at five facilities: UH Case Medical Center, ... (more)


Related Topix: Corindus, Medicine, Cleveland, OH, Virginia Commonwealth University

The Standard

Easy heartbeat checks to help prevent strokes

A new portable device that diagnoses an abnormal heart rhythm in just 30 seconds will help identify patients at risk of heart failure and strokes.


Related Topix: Heart Failure, Medicine


Cardiologist joins Hartford HealthCare Norwich

Cardiologist Dr. Amr Atef, a member of the medical staff at The William W. Backus Hospital has joined Hartford HealthCare Medical Group, the hospital announced Tuesday.


Related Topix: Norwich, CT, Medicine

WTKR-TV Norfolk

New study could lead to biological pacemakers

In a recently released study, researchers claim they have reprogrammed heart cells in living animals to regulate erratic heartbeats and even cure diseases.


Related Topix: Medicine