Pesticide, Metal Exposure Tied to Increased Risk of Heart Disease Pesticide, Metal Exposure Tied to Increased Risk of Heart Disease

Workers who are exposed to pesticides or metals on the job may be significantly more likely to develop cardiovascular diseases, a U.S. study suggests.Reuters Health Information
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We report a rheumatic heart disease case presented the exemplary imaging manifestation of massive LA thrombus with calcification. The precise anatomic information of massive LA thrombus with calcification was demonstrated by enhanced multi-detector computed tomography.
Source: The Annals of Thoracic Surgery - Category: Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery Source Type: research
This study was done on generally fit middle-age men so they’re not sure how it might apply to less active men and women, but they say push-up capacity could be an easy and free way to determine someone’s heart risk.
Source: WBZ-TV - Breaking News, Weather and Sports for Boston, Worcester and New Hampshire - Category: Consumer Health News Authors: Tags: Boston News Health Healthwatch Syndicated Local Dr. Mallika Marshall Heart Disease Push Ups Source Type: news
The case of a 70-year-old man who had a heart attack after eating a marijuana lollipop has caused concern in the medical community.
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MONDAY, Feb. 18, 2019 -- Men and women who get hormone therapy during gender transition treatment may face a much higher risk for developing heart disease, new Dutch research cautions. " In light of our results, we urge both physicians and...
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In this study, we integrated data from the literature and related cellular receptors to develop high-resolution mode ls of full-length LDLR at extracellular conditions and use them to predict which VUS alter LDL binding. We believe that the functional effects of LDLR variants can be resolved using a combination of structural bioinformatics and functional assays, leading to a better correlation with clinical presen tation. We have completed modeling of LDLR in two major physiologic conditions, generating detailed hypotheses for how each of the 1007 reported protein variants may affect function.Key messages• Hundreds of...
Source: Journal of Molecular Medicine - Category: Molecular Biology Source Type: research
AbstractPurpose of ReviewAtrial arrhythmias cause significant morbidity in patients with congenital heart disease (CHD). Catheter ablation remains one of the most effective treatment modalities for atrial arrhythmias. However, patients with congenital heart disease present unique challenges for catheter ablation.Recent FindingsRecent expert consensus guidelines inform physicians about treating arrhythmias in patients with CHD. These guidelines outline appropriate selection criteria for ablation and highlight treatment alternatives. The authors also suggest electrophysiology laboratory and physician standards for performing...
Source: Current Cardiovascular Risk Reports - Category: Cardiology Source Type: research
Recently it was suggested to me that even though I’m an occupational therapist, I might “diagnose”. Not so much diagnose disease, but “determine if a patient is depressed, anxious, catastrophising, fear avoidant etc?” The author goes on to say “isn’t that diagnosis too?” The comment was made in the context of a lengthy Twitter discussion about so-called “non-specific” low back pain. Over the course of I think about five weeks now, a large number of highly educated, erudite and passionate clinicians have argued the toss about whether it’s possible to identify...
Source: HealthSkills Weblog - Category: Anesthesiology Authors: Tags: Back pain Clinical reasoning Interdisciplinary teams Low back pain Pain conditions Resilience Science in practice certainty collaboration diagnosis NSLBP uncertainty Source Type: blogs
The All My Children star experienced acute coronary syndrome last fall. After 15 years of Go Red for Women, why are we still missing heart disease in a postmenopausal septuagenarian, asks Dr on Medscape
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Follow our discussions here and on the Wheat Belly Facebook page, and you will see that newbies make the same mistakes, over and over again. While all of these issues are discussed in the original Wheat Belly book, and even more extensively in Wheat Belly Total Health and Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox books, somehow they missed some crucial pieces of the message. So, to help you avoid such common mistakes that booby trap both health and your ability to lose weight, here is the list. Don’t make these common mistakes: Eat gluten-free foods–Gluten-free foods made with cornstarch, tapioca starch, potato...
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This study showed that potential vicious cycles underlying ARDs are quite diverse and unique, triggered by diverse and unique factors that do not usually progress with age, thus casting doubts on the possibility of discovering the single molecular cause of aging and developing the single anti-aging pill. Rather, each disease appears to require an individual approach. However, it still cannot be excluded that some or all of these cycles are triggered by fundamental processes of aging, such as chronic inflammation or accumulation of senescent cells. Nevertheless, experimental data showing clear cause and effect relationships...
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