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5 conditions that lead to chest pain (apart from heart attacks)

Fewer Admissions Using Stress Echo for Chest Pain Triage

CHICAGO — Hospital admission is lower when patients with chest pain in the emergency department are assessed with stress echocardiography than when they are assessed with coronary CT angiography, results from a new study suggest ( NCT01384448 ). ... Dermatology Online Journal, 1 week ago

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Those who have undergone organ transplants are worst affected due to pollution, say doctors

Dr Anup Kumar, head of the department of urology and renal transplant at Safdarjung Hospital told Mail Today, "Last month, we had discharged about 6-7 patients who had undergone renal transplant. They were doing well. But now, they have all reported ...
 India Today1 month ago
The New Daily

Open cut miner 'shocked' by black lung diagnosis

AIRLIE Beach man Paul Head is the first open cut miner to be diagnosed with black lung since the disease re-emerged in Queensland last year. The 55-year-old plant operator has worked at BMA's Goonyella Riverside mine, near Moranbah, for 31 years. ...
 NewsMail1 month ago Black lung disease no longer contained to underground mining sector, Queensland Government confirms  ABC Online1 month ago Fears black lung disease has spread to open cut coal mines  The New Daily1 month ago
Times of India

Cases of respiratory diseases on rise due to cold: Sarojani naidu medical college doctors

AGRA: As the weather is getting colder day by day, the number of patients suffering from , allergic bronchitis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is on the rise at SN Medical College in Agra. According to doctors at Sarojani Naidu ...
 Times of India1 day ago Respiratory infection cases shoot up in Agra after Diwali  Times of India1 month ago

One person in every 10 seconds dies of COPD

KARACHI: Around 90 per cent of Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD deaths occur in low and middle-income countries including Pakistan where cigarette smoking is the most commonly encountered risk factor for COPD, health experts warned on ...
 Daily Times6 days ago

How Visionary Chef Sean Brock Nearly Went Blind

Sean Brock, one of the South's leading chefs, has been secretly suffering from a mysterious disease—exacerbated by working (and living) too hard—that rendered him nearly blind. A long-awaited treatment this year gave Brock a creative surge that ...
 GQ US2 weeks ago

Radiotherapy Characteristics and Outcomes for Head and Neck Carcinoma of Unknown Primary vs T1 Base-of-Tongue Carcinoma

Key Points Question What is the potential therapeutic value of lingual tonsillectomy in head or neck carcinoma of unknown primary (CUP) site? Findings In this cohort study of 115 patients, intensity-modulated radiotherapy for head and ...
 Journal of the American Medical Association1 month ago

Disease destroyed their lives but not their love

In the 28 years of their love story, Tracey Repp was the celebrated one, and his wife, Lolita, was the teacher and mom.. He was a heroic cop, then an FBI agent, then an undercover cop. He was runner-up for Kansas Teacher of the Year, and won a ...
 Miami Herald1 month ago

Cardiovascular experts meet in Montreal, advise knowing symptoms of heart disease

Doctors specializing in healthy hearts gathered in Montreal for the annual cardiovascular congress this weekend, warning of the important of education. One Canadian dies every seven minutes from heart disease or stroke and George Honos, head of ...
 CTV News1 month ago Health: Cardiologist shares tips for a healthy heart for Mumbaikars  Mid Day1 month ago
PR Newswire

ACEP's president, Dr. Jay Kaplan says every American needs to carefully look at their health insurance policy to find out what it really covers in the event of a medical emergency.

Dr. Kaplan said these results provide important feedback as Americans soon head to the voting booths to elect a new president, Congress and state officials who will provide direction for the nation's health care system. Other findings include: ...
 PR Newswire1 month ago
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