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Largest Acoustics Meeting In History Expected

...nicate effectively only by employing extreme vocal exertion to make their voices heard above the racket. (Paper 3aNSa1) --- Refrigerator Music. Researchers will present new (and sometimes unconventional) uses for an innovative, environmentally friendly refrigerator design known as a thermoacoustic refriger...

CIIT publishes formaldehyde cancer risk assessment

...changes in breathing patterns related to levels of exertion were incorporated into these risk predictions. The model was also used to predict individually the probability of cancer for more than 2000 workers with occupational exposure to formaldehyde, taking their lifetime exposure history into account. The u...

Immune system chemical may predict worsening of coronary heart disease in women

...c stable angina, defined by characteristic pain on exertion or after exercise, and the remainder had unstable angina-the same symptoms, but occurring unpredictably and mainly at rest, and associated with worsening of the condition. Their heart function, symptoms of chest pain as well as the number of acute ev...

Laser surgery halts chest pain over the long-term; scientists also looking into non-surgical TMR

...ays. "They were having chest pain with only minor exertion several times a day and were taking 10 to 20 nitroglycerin tablets per week." Meantime, a non-surgical form of TMR, which uses a different type of laser than surgical TMR, may be available to patients in about six months, according to another study...

Abnormalities in cellular anchoring protein cause fatal heart syndrome

...with this mutation usually occurred after physical exertion or extreme emotional stress," Mohler said. Other members of the research team are Jean-Jacques Schott, Karine Haurogne, Florence Kyndt and Denis Escander, Laboratoire de Physiopathologie et de Pharmacologie Cellulaires et Moleculaires, Hotel-Dieu, F...

Mutation causes specific arrhythmia and sudden cardiac death

...with this mutation usually occurred after physical exertion or extreme emotional stress," Mohler said. "One of the members of the French family died suddenly at the age of 37 while running up a hill. So we wanted to see if this same effect would be present in the mouse models." To simulate these circumstances...

In some patients with chronic fatigue syndrome, left ventricular function may be involved

...ood pressure, heart rate, and ratings of perceived exertion were obtained at each stage. Failure to increase EF during maximal exercise stage indicates possible abnormalities with left ventricular function. Postural Change: Measurements of cardiac functioning were taken in the supine and standing positions. ...

Experimental cancer drugs may halt events that lead to cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure

...nces of an unhealthy cardiovascular system. "The exertion of pushing blood against high resistance in the setting of high blood pressure or overcompensation for heart muscle lost during a heart attack can cause heart musclecells to enlarge," said Epstein. "While it might be helpful at first, hypertrophy can...

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(Date:4/14/2014)... Lower weight babies and babies who aren,t breastfed ... risk of developing chronic inflammation and related health ... study. , "There were good reasons to hypothesize ... inflammation in adulthood," says Thomas McDade (Northwestern University), ... in the Child & Brain Development program. "It ...
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