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Heart rate is determined by the number of heartbeats per unit of time, typically expressed as beats per minute (BPM), it can vary with as the body's need for oxygen changes, such as during exercise or sleep.
Four-pronged approach can lead to healthy aging for older adults

Four-pronged approach can lead to healthy aging for older adults

Migraines increase the risk cardiovascular diseases, finds study

Migraines increase the risk cardiovascular diseases, finds study

Neuroscientists identify 'anxiety cells' in the brain's hippocampus

Neuroscientists identify 'anxiety cells' in the brain's hippocampus

Physicians use pyridostigmine to reverse pediatric complications from botulinum toxin therapy

Physicians use pyridostigmine to reverse pediatric complications from botulinum toxin therapy

Researchers develop ultra-thin, flexible biosensor for real-time glucose tracking

Researchers develop ultra-thin, flexible biosensor for real-time glucose tracking

Novel decision support systems may offer improvements to quality of surgical care

Novel decision support systems may offer improvements to quality of surgical care

Signaling molecules likely involved in concussions, rodent studies show

Signaling molecules likely involved in concussions, rodent studies show

Energy drinks dangerous for kids

Energy drinks dangerous for kids

People with family history of heart attack may be more at risk

People with family history of heart attack may be more at risk

Exercise training may help middle-aged people to reduce heart failure risk from sedentary lifestyle

Exercise training may help middle-aged people to reduce heart failure risk from sedentary lifestyle

New study uncovers why sauna bathing provides health benefits

New study uncovers why sauna bathing provides health benefits

Study reveals neural and physiological underpinnings of trypophobia

Study reveals neural and physiological underpinnings of trypophobia

Study: Noninvasive brainwave technology reduces post-traumatic symptoms in military personnel

Study: Noninvasive brainwave technology reduces post-traumatic symptoms in military personnel

Stress may have greater effect on cardiovascular health in women than in men

Stress may have greater effect on cardiovascular health in women than in men

Continuous movement while sitting may increase metabolic rate, study says

Continuous movement while sitting may increase metabolic rate, study says

Constriction of blood vessels during mental stress more likely to affect women

Constriction of blood vessels during mental stress more likely to affect women

Milken Institute SPH wins $4 million grant to address iron deficiency and anemia in India

Milken Institute SPH wins $4 million grant to address iron deficiency and anemia in India

Cornell engineers develop new method to measure vital signs using radio waves

Cornell engineers develop new method to measure vital signs using radio waves

Parkinson's progression delayed through high-intensity exercise, study says

Parkinson's progression delayed through high-intensity exercise, study says

High-intensity exercise decreases worsening of motor symptoms in Parkinson's patients

High-intensity exercise decreases worsening of motor symptoms in Parkinson's patients