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A group of mature and senior friends hanging out together, standing outdoors on a patio conversing, drinking coffee
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NHLBI in the Press
Supportive social interactions in adulthood are important for your ability to stave off cognitive decline despite brain aging or neuropathological changes such as those present in Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study published in JAMA Network Open.
A woman gets her brain scanned as part of a sleep research study.
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Media Advisory
WHAT: A three-part Science of Sleep Series will launch Tuesday afternoons in August through Facebook Live . Researchers will discuss how children and adults can put the latest sleep science into practice to support optimal health outcomes throughout the lifespan. Other topics to be discussed include emerging research and public health opportunities...
Female medical professional wearing personal protective equipment consoling senior male patient recovering from coronavirus.
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News Release
A large clinical trial conducted worldwide shows that treating moderately ill hospitalized COVID-19 patients with a full-dose blood thinner reduced their need for organ support, such as mechanical ventilation, and improved their chances of leaving the hospital. However, the use of this treatment strategy for critically ill COVID-19 patients...
A 3D image of the heart is shown
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NHLBI in the Press
After reviewing the medical records of 959,438 patients with heart failure, researchers found 38% of patients received a diagnosis at the hospital or emergency room. Black adults, women, and patients with fewer financial assets were more likely to learn about their condition after an emergency.
A 3D image of a heart
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NHLBI in the Press
Researchers found survival rates for heart transplant surgeries have improved since 2003-2007. They note increased acceptance and use of hearts donated by people who had hepatitis C or who died from a drug overdose may help more patients waiting for heart transplants.