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My heart beats for this

Dear Sir or Madam,

Doctors from Göttingen (Germany) have developed an MRI procedure that can take real-time images of the beating heart. A relief for patients is that they no longer have to hold their breath during recording, but are free to continue breathing. Watch the video to learn more.

Have a beautiful summer week!

Simone Ernst
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Cardiology – viewing the beating heart in real-time

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The University Medical Center of Göttingen, Germany, has succeeded to take pictures of the heart in real-time. The exam only takes a few seconds and patients can breathe freely. See in our video how this works.
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Cardiology – viewing the beating heart in real-time
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Public Health & Associations

New blood management guidelines

Improving the processes of ordering, transporting, and storing blood can save millions of dollars and drastically reduce blood wastage, reported a research team from one academic medical center after implementing institutional initiatives to address blood management.
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Public Health & Associations

Weight loss lowers levels of proteins associated with cancer

Overweight and obese women who lost weight through diet and exercise lowered the levels of certain proteins in their blood that play a role in angiogenesis, the process of blood vessel growth that can promote the growth and survival of cancer cells.
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Public Health & Associations

Pill organizers could cause adverse effects among elderly

Older people who switch to using pill organizers could experience adverse effects and even hospitalization - according to research from the University of East Anglia.
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Prevention: Digital tools for the digital workplace

Topic of the Month

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Added stress or relief? The digitization of the workplace is both since we can be better and more often reached and - at least in some areas - also be gradually replaced by a machine. But digital tools are also able to support us by measuring our body’s basic functions and warning us if we endanger our health.
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Prevention: Digital tools for the digital workplace
Sports and medicine: Health, which comes into play
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Embedding of dementia care training

With more than 850,000 people living with dementia in the United Kingdom today - and that figure set to rise to more than one million within the next ten years - London's Kingston University and St George’s, University of London have made a commitment to provide all nursing, health and social care students with specialist dementia care training as part of their studies.
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Research & Technology

Prize for research into speeding up stroke diagnosis

A mathematician at the University of Strathclyde has shared in a prestigious prize for research into methods for accelerating the diagnosis of strokes.
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Research & Technology

Fighting life-threatening bacteria without antibiotics

Each year, about 170,000 people die of complications of hepatic cirrhosis in Europe. Frequent causes of the widespread disease include alcohol abuse, fatty liver hepatitis, and chronic viral hepatitis. Liver cirrhosis develops gradually over a period of years and decades.
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