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Let’s talk about sex: New test for heart disease

Date:
June 24, 2013
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Summary:
Coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. While there have been great strides in preventing it, the hardest part has been figuring out who is at high risk, especially since men and women often have different symptoms.


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Ivanhoe (Apr. 30, 2014) — One million Americans are living with Parkinson’s disease and right now there’s no way to tell these patients if they will have a mild or severe form of the disease. Now, a simple blood test may give Parkinson’s patients a glimpse into their future. Video provided by Ivanhoe
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'Shocking' New Fashion: The Wearable Defibrillator

'Shocking' New Fashion: The Wearable Defibrillator

Ivanhoe (May 17, 2013) — You’re dead asleep, then you’re just dead. It’s estimated that 30-percent of sudden cardiac deaths happen overnight. See what’s helping some people live to see another day.
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Prescription Pet: Food for Thought

Prescription Pet: Food for Thought

Ivanhoe (July 3, 2013) — Here’s a number that might give you some paws. 170 million dogs and cats are owned in the US. That’s a lot of mouths to feed, but what exactly are you feeding your best friend? If you don’t know how to interpret what’s printed on their food bags and cans, it may not be what you think! For agility dogs good nutrition helps fuel performance.
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New Concussion Test Keeps Athletes Safe

New Concussion Test Keeps Athletes Safe

Ivanhoe (July 3, 2013) — About 400,000 high school and college athletes suffer a concussion each year. It’s not surprising to find out that football players are most at risk. In fact, at least one player sustains a mild concussion in each game, but did you know that you can get hit hard, not sustain a concussion, and still put your brain at risk? Now, there’s a new test that can show within seconds if a player should be pulled from the game even if they don’t have a concussion.
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