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World Stroke Day 2022: Why saving #Precioustime is imperative

World Stroke Day 2022: Why saving #Precioustime is imperative

Allostatic load may explain racial disparities in stroke outcomes

Allostatic load may explain racial disparities in stroke outcomes

New discovery may change the textbook model of GPCR-mediated signaling

New discovery may change the textbook model of GPCR-mediated signaling

Strongest evidence to date that lowering blood pressure in later life can cut dementia risk

Strongest evidence to date that lowering blood pressure in later life can cut dementia risk

Subarachnoid hemorrhage incidence is higher and increasing in Black patients, study says

Subarachnoid hemorrhage incidence is higher and increasing in Black patients, study says

Mother's exposure to air pollution and psychological stress may disrupt fetal growth

Mother's exposure to air pollution and psychological stress may disrupt fetal growth

Designing an Ultrasound Sticker that can Image your Internal Organs

Designing an Ultrasound Sticker that can Image your Internal Organs

Heart attack death rates took a sharp turn and increased during the pandemic, study shows

Heart attack death rates took a sharp turn and increased during the pandemic, study shows

Nutrition education needed for all healthcare professionals to better support public health, research suggests

Nutrition education needed for all healthcare professionals to better support public health, research suggests

Pregnancy-associated homicides linked to lethal combination of intimate partner violence and firearms

Pregnancy-associated homicides linked to lethal combination of intimate partner violence and firearms

Study shows increased risks of death in offspring born to mothers with hypertensive disorder of pregnancy

Study shows increased risks of death in offspring born to mothers with hypertensive disorder of pregnancy

People with end-stage renal disease and psoriasis do not have increased risk for heart attack

People with end-stage renal disease and psoriasis do not have increased risk for heart attack

Illicit drugs associated with increased likelihood of developing atrial fibrillation

Illicit drugs associated with increased likelihood of developing atrial fibrillation

Cardiovascular disease risk factors are largely the same for men and women

Cardiovascular disease risk factors are largely the same for men and women

Heart Foundation's new report takes aim at Australia’s concerning prevalence of high-cholesterol

Heart Foundation's new report takes aim at Australia’s concerning prevalence of high-cholesterol

Sustained blood pressure control necessary to reduce the burden of fatal cardiovascular events

Sustained blood pressure control necessary to reduce the burden of fatal cardiovascular events

‘Separate and unequal’: Critics say Newsom’s pricey Medicaid reforms leave most patients behind

‘Separate and unequal’: Critics say Newsom’s pricey Medicaid reforms leave most patients behind

BMI: The mismeasure of weight and the mistreatment of obesity

BMI: The mismeasure of weight and the mistreatment of obesity

Rare case of COVID-19 vaccine-induced hypophysitis in a woman with central diabetes insipidus manifestations

Rare case of COVID-19 vaccine-induced hypophysitis in a woman with central diabetes insipidus manifestations

Study offers a systems biology strategy to facilitate the search for effective COVID-19 drugs

Study offers a systems biology strategy to facilitate the search for effective COVID-19 drugs