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medicalxpress.com — “(Medical Xpress)—A group of Australian researchers have achieved a world-first to demonstrate that objectively measured snoring, without more serious sleep apnea, does not increase mortality or cardiovascular disease.” View full resource at medicalxpress.com
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chron.com — “Death rates for both cancer and heart disease have been dropping for Hispanics and everyone else. Overall, cancer will probably replace heart disease as the nation's top cause of death in the next 10 years, said Rebecca Siegel of the American Cancer Society, lead author of a study reporting the new findings. [...] cancer tends to kill people earlier in life than heart disease, for decades the nation's top cause of death. Cancer society researchers looked at federal death data for 2009 and found ” View full resource at chron.com
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reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Heart disease patients who undergo surgery may be less likely to stick with their cholesterol medication than those treated with drugs alone, a new study finds.Research has” View full resource at reuters.com
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esciencenews.com — “Women with gout are at greater risk of a heart attack than men with the disease, indicates research published ahead of print in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases .” View full resource at esciencenews.com
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news-medical.net — “McMaster University researchers have discovered a new drug target that may be effective at preventing the onset of Huntington's disease, working much the same way heart medications slow the progression of heart disease and reduce heart attacks.” View full resource at news-medical.net
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Medical News: ESC: Underuse of Cardiac Preventive Meds a 'Global Tragedy' - in Meeting Coverage, ESC from MedPage Today
medpagetoday.com — “PARIS -- Effective secondary prevention medications are underused in patients with coronary heart disease and stroke around the world, particularly in poorer countries and in rural areas, researchers” View full resource at medpagetoday.com
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wellnesstimes.com — “Magnesium deficiency has been shown to be a problem for many people. But can taking magnesium supplements help prevent heart disease and strokes?” View full resource at wellnesstimes.com
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Dr. Yates focus at Laureate has been in clinical trials and scientific writing. His interests include mood disorders, substance use disorders and eating disorders. Currently he is overseeing studies involving novel treatments for alcoholism and MDD. The studies of MDD serve to facilitate and support recruitment of patients for imaging studies of MDD.
Research interests: Clinical trials, mental disorders the medically ill, mood disorders and substance dependence.
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