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  • The study of the heart and vessels by Magnetic Resonance Imaging represents a relatively new field of application, especially if one considers the large-scale diagnostic use of the technique in the neurological and muscular fields. The explanation of the delayed application in the cardiovascular field can be sought in the methodological complexity linked to the study of moving anatomical structures.

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  • About one-third of American women will eventually have a hysterectomy, the second most common surgery after cesarean section. Why so common? Basically, hysterectomy can cure a variety of uterine problems: ✿ Fibroids. Hysterectomy is most often recommended for serious cases of fibroids (benign tumors that grow in the uterus wall). Fibroids can grow large and may cause great pain and heavy bleeding. Depending on the severity, physicians and patients may decide to try treatments other than hysterectomy. In a surgery called myomectomy, the fibroids are removed but the uterus stays in place.

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  • Bad teeth can be painful and worse. They can even be deadly. Infections of the gums and teeth can release bacteria into the blood system. Those bacteria can increase the chances of a heart attack or stroke and worsen the effects of other diseases. And adults are not the only ones at risk.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Is reporting on interventions a weak link in understanding how and why they work? A preliminary exploration using community heart health exemplars

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  • We live in a society that bombards consumers with messages, from pop-ups on computers, to on-line chat room links, to e-newsletters and e- blasts, to advertising in traditional media, all de- signed to build a “share of mind” for a product, service or social cause. marketing is at the heart of every successful brand, business, organization, and cause. marketing is not merely communica- tions. it is the sum presentation to the customer of a value equation that results in a sale or action.

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  • When an infection occurs, immune cells flock to the area and secrete large amounts of highly reactive chemicals to combat the invader. But, these inflammatory chemicals also attack normal tissue surrounding the infection and damage critical components of cells, including DNA. During chronic inflammation, DNA damage may lead to mutations or cell death and even to cancer and other diseases.

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  • In Section 4, we discuss a developing literature using cross- country research designs to examine links between financial sector development and economic outcomes. Within-country research holds most institutional features of a country fixed, precluding investigation of interactions across institutions.

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  • Some people have a heart attack and die from heart disease before they ever know they have the condition, before they have a chance to be disabled. In addition, individuals can move in and out of some of these health states: Disability and functioning loss may be transitory, and people can return to full functioning and ability. Whether chronic diseases are absorbing states from which there is no return to the healthy population depends somewhat on the condition. We do not think of cures from heart disease, but we do speak of cured cancer after some number of years have passed.

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  • Air pollution is one of the most serious environmental threats to urban populations (Cohen 2005). Exposures vary among and within urban areas, but all people living in cities are exposed, and many are harmed, by current levels of pollutants in many large cities. Infants, young children, seniors and people who have lung and heart conditions are especially affected, but even young, healthy adults are not immune to harm from poor air quality.

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  • Social inclusion and social support are recognised as key social determinants of health17. The Heart Foundation has found strong and consistent evidence that people who are socially isolated or lacking quality social support are more likely to develop coronary heart disease, and that social support and social isolation can affect the recovery and future health of people who already have heart disease21. Evidence also shows a strong link between social capital, sense of community belonging, community participation, a culture of cooperation and tolerance, and positive mental health2.

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  • In ancient Greece, people would journey to an oracle, or fortune teller, to discover what the future held. The oracle would kill an animal, perhaps a goat or a sheep, to examine the creature’s liver. A dark red liver that was smooth was a good sign. A pale liver that was bumpy foretold bad times ahead. The liver has long been linked to human courage and strength. The earliest doctors thought that the liver was one of the three main organs of the body. The others were the heart and the brain. Around a.d. 200, the famous Roman doctor Galen declared the liver to be the most important human...

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  • Barbara L Riley*1, JoAnne MacDonald2, Omaima Mansi3, Anita Kothari†4, Donna Kurtz†5, Linda I vonTettenborn†6 and Nancy C Edwards2,7 Address: 1Centre for Behavioural Research and Program Evaluation, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 2School of Nursing, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 3School of Nursing, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 4Bachelor of Health Sciences Program, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, 5School of Nursing, University of British Columbia Okanagan, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, 6Bachelor of Scienc...

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  • Childhood obesity is one of the nation's most pressing public health issues. If current trends continue, best estimates suggest up to half of boys and almost a third of girls will be obese by 2050. Obese children are highly likely to become obese adults and the potential rise in cases of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and diet-related cancers would create a massive cost to the NHS, as well as huge suffering for those involved. Further action simply must be taken.

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  • In the past, doctors took the old saying “You are what you eat” literally. They fi gured you got fat from eating fat and cholesterol buildup in your arteries from eating cholesterol. In the 1960s, scientists discovered a link between high blood cholesterol levels and heart disease and made an assumption that changed the way Americans ate for decades. They assumed, without proof, that high blood cholesterol came from eating too much cholesterol. Soon government agencies began telling people to eat fewer eggs and dairy products and less red meat.

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  • Macroautophagy is a vital process in the cardiac myocyte: it plays a pro-tective role in the response to ischemic injury, and chronic perturbation is causative in heart disease. Recent findings evidence a link between the apoptotic and autophagic pathways through the interaction of the anti-apoptotic proteins Bcl-2 and Bcl-XLwith Beclin 1.

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  • The Heart Truth warns women about heart disease and encourages them to take action against its risk factors. The message is paired with an arresting image—the Red Dress—the national symbol for women and heart disease awareness. The symbol links a woman’s focus on her “outer self” to the need to also focus on her “inner self,” especially her heart health. The Red Dress is a visual “red alert” to convey the message that “Heart Disease Doesn’t Care What You Wear—It’s the #1 Killer of Women.”...

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  • Tobacco smoke is highly addictive and has been linked to 20 percent of all deaths in the United States. It contains many cancer- causing chemicals, and almost one third of all cancer deaths are related to tobacco use. Tobacco smoking has generally been considered to have little or no association with breast cancer risk. Newer studies have challenged this conclusion and suggested a connection between smoking and an increased risk of breast cancer, but more investigation is needed to resolve this issue.

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  • Every history, and especially that of France, is one vast, long drama, in which events are linked together according to defined laws, and in which the actors play parts not ready made and learned by heart, parts depending, in fact, not only upon the accidents of their birth, but also upon their own ideas and their own will. There are, in the history of peoples, two sets of causes essentially different, and, at the same time, closely connected; the natural causes which are set over the general course of events, and the unrestricted causes which are incidental....

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  • Put simply, public health has a bold mission: “protecting health and saving lives— millions at a time.” In medical fields, clinicians treat diseases or injuries, one patient at a time. But in public health, we prevent disease and injury. As researchers, practitioners and educators, we work with communities and populations. We identify causes of disease and disability, and we implement largescale solutions. For example, instead of treating a gun wound, we identify causes of gun violence and develop interventions.

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  • Erythroid dematin is a major component of red blood cell junctional complexes that link the spectrin±actin cytoskel-eton to the overlying plasma membrane. Transcripts of dematinarewidelydistributed includinghumanbrain, heart, lung, skeletalmuscle, andkidney.Invitro, dematinbinds and bundles actin ®laments in a phosphorylation-dependent manner. The primary structure of dematin consists of a C-terminal domain homologous to theÔheadpieceÕ domain of villin, an actin-binding protein of the brush border cyto-skeleton. ...

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