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CPR less likely to be used on black children vs. white children from poor areas

CPR less likely to be used on black children vs. white children from poor areas
July 10, 2019
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In-hospital cardiac arrest may be underestimated in US

July 9, 2019
The annual incidence of in-hospital cardiac arrests between 2008 and 2017 in the United States was an estimated 292,000 for adults and 15,200 for children, which was…
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Congenital heart defects may confer increased odds for cancer

July 5, 2019
Adults with congenital heart defects had elevated risk for developing cancer, according to findings published in JAMA Network Open. The researchers also found that the…
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Early vitamin D deficiency may confer hypertension in childhood, adolescence

July 1, 2019
Low levels of vitamin D at birth or in early childhood were associated with elevated risk for high systolic BP in childhood and adolescence, researchers reported. …
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Novel Targeting of PCSK9 with siRNA for LDL-C Reduction in a High-Risk Population

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Did you miss the National Lipid Association’s 2019 Scientific Sessions? You can now view this special recorded session…
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VIDEO: Factors linked with cardiac dysfunction in children with neonatal lupus

November 10, 2017
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