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Researchers investigated the effect of social factors, including education, isolation and "community deprivation” for patients with heart failure.
New research has found that carriers of a certain genetic variant had a higher risk of hypertension and reported more cardiovascular risk factors compared with noncarriers.
A four-year pilot study suggests that the progression of heart failure is a senescent phenomenon associated with indicators of accelerated aging.
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Nearly 25 years ago, a 10-year-old boy was admitted to Mayo Clinic Children's Center after being rescued from the bottom of a public pool. ToRead more
Exosomes, a new tool in regenerative research, have implications for cardiac and tendon regeneration, wound healing, and incontinence, as well as many other applications. InRead more
Five years ago, Jay Schneider, M.D., Ph.D., was running a lab at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. The lab focused onRead more