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A new study has found that if heart disease patients stop taking aspirin it could raise their heart attack risk.
DALLAS, June 27, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following release is being issued by the American Heart Association: (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20100222/AHSALOGO) First patients receive lab-grown blood vessels from donor cells Study Highlights: For the first time, blood vessels created in the lab from donor skin cells were successfully implanted in patients.Functioning blood vessels that aren't rejected by the immune system could be used to make durable shunts for kidney...
DENVER, April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Life-saving Colorado start-up UrgentRx today announced the company's new line of fast-acting, powdered medications in convenient credit card-sized packets are available now at Dahl's pharmacies, Hy-Vee grocery stores, and convenience stores throughout Iowa.
The use of aspirin at least once per month is associated with a significant decrease in pancreatic cancer risk, according to new research.
The use of aspirin at least once per month is associated with a significant decrease in pancreatic cancer risk.
DENVER, Feb. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Colorado start-up, UrgentRx, today announced the launch of a new line of fast-acting, powdered medications in convenient credit card-sized packets, including UrgentRx Aspirin to Go, a life-saving product specifically developed as heart attack first aid.
HOUSTON, Jan. 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Chemical Market Associates, Inc.
Medical researchers have found a so-called "missing link" that explains the interaction between brain state and the neural triggers responsible for learning.
Medical researchers have found a missing link that explains the interaction between brain state and the neural triggers responsible for learning, potentially opening up new ways of boosting cognitive function in the face of diseases such as Alzheimer's as well as enhancing memory in healthy people.
Researchers at Oxford University and other British institutes have found that taking low-dose aspirin on a daily basis can help reduce the risk of cancer by 20 percent.
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