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tv. to love someone or something. (Teens.) She’s hearting him more every day.
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So-called ACE inhibitors, which make it easier for the heart to pump, are often prescribed for people with heart failure.
For example, California Pacific Medical Center offers ventricular assist systems both as innovative short-term treatment for certain patients suffering heart failure for whom cardiac recovery is a possibility, as well as so-called "destination therapy" -- long-term treatment for patients for whom cardiac recovery is not a possibility, and who are ineligible for a heart transplant.
Carefully scripted genetic events for heart development underlie equally complicated structural stages as the heart grows, branches, and changes shape.
Athletics have become such a cesspool of money and overhyped, spoiled kids that we overlook those who truly exemplify the competitive spirit, those with heart.
Jason owes his life not just to the Berlin Heart and the donor's family, but also to Norman Shumway, MD, PhD.
The cause of the influx of these immune proteins into the heart and vessel cells is still unclear.
Rite Aid's Healthy Heart initiative is one of the pharmacy chain's comprehensive health programs geared to educating patients on maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Taken together, these studies suggest that there are gender-specific factors at play in heart attacks that are not necessarily related to differences in care but to the underlying disease process,'' said Dr.
OTCBB: BIPH; FWB: BTN), a developer of next-generation biomedical technology, in conjunction with MYOTECH, LLC, recently presented results of animal studies that indicate the potential of the MYO-VAD cardiac support system to significantly improve the treatment of heart failure.
The condition called heart failure can develop after a nonfatal heart attack kills portions of the organ's muscle.
Silver heart fish with blue crystal heart, $75; Christofle, Beverly Hills.
Terrible sadness, a sudden fright, or other emotional stress can bring on heart attack symptoms in people not actually experiencing a heart attack, according to two new reports.
At Loma Linda, about a third of the children who need new hearts die waiting.
By entering key health numbers (including weight, blood pressure and cholesterol levels) and information about her lifestyle (such as how frequently she exercises and whether she smokes), a woman can receive a report that reveals her risk of having a heart attack or suffering from cardiovascular disease in the next 10 years.