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History of heart failure

Just a few hundred years ago, the heart and its function were a bit of a mystery.

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Kaneko named Chief of Cardiac Surgery

On Oct. 1, Tsuyoshi Kaneko, MD, was named the Shoenberg Professor of Surgery and chief of cardiac surgery at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

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Redefining advanced heart failure

Why should cardiologists refer patients to an advanced heart failure specialist?

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STUDY LOOKS AT DUAL NICOTINE USE

STUDY LOOKS AT DUAL NICOTINE USE

E-cigs were praised as a healthier alternative to cigarettes when they were first invented, but a study looking at dual nicotine use says otherwise.

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RISKY DRIVING BEHAVIORS AND COMMON SLEEP DISORDERS

RISKY DRIVING BEHAVIORS AND COMMON SLEEP DISORDERS

30% – 50% of older adults have mild sleep apnea: a condition that causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start during sleep. Some people may not have any signs or symptoms of impairment, resulting in increased risks when getting behind a steering wheel.

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