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Father tried to kill baby daughter to win back her mother's affection - The Times



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Father tried to kill baby daughter to win back her mother's affection 
The Times
... for the deaths of the two older children, the judge said. ?The local authority does not and cannot assert that there is any corroboration for its allegations to be found from the material concerning the deaths of the couple's elder two children ...

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New AHA/ACC/HRS Guidance on Sudden Cardiac Death Prevention - Medscape



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New AHA/ACC/HRS Guidance on Sudden Cardiac Death Prevention 
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DALLAS, TX ? The American Heart Association (AHA), American College of Cardiology (ACC), and Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) have released an updated guideline for the management of adults with ventricular arrhythmias (VAs) or at risk for sudden cardiac ...

 


Man twice tried to suffocate baby daughter to repair relationship with partner - judge - Independent.ie



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Man twice tried to suffocate baby daughter to repair relationship with partner - judge 
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... two older children, said the judge. "The local authority does not and cannot assert that there is any corroboration for its allegations to be found from the material concerning the deaths of the couple's elder two children," said Judge Booth. "All ...

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Aspetar sheds light on latest radiography developments - Gulf Times



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Aspetar sheds light on latest radiography developments 
Gulf Times
Salwa Allenjawi, director of Medical Imaging at Aspetar, said: ?This annual symposium is yet another part of our continued efforts to share our developments and expertise, and contribute to the global sports medicine industry.? Medical screenings are ...

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Palliative care in Rwanda is making progress - The New Times ... - The New Times



Palliative care in Rwanda is making progress - The New Times ... 
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Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problem associated with life-threatening illness, through the prevention and relief of suffering by means of early identification and impeccable ...

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ASK THE DOCTOR: Can a tooth infection spread to the heart? Dr Martin Scurr answers your health concerns - Daily Mail



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ASK THE DOCTOR: Can a tooth infection spread to the heart? Dr Martin Scurr answers your health concerns 
Daily Mail
The flaps in the heart valves seem to be particularly prone to this. Various factors increase the risk of endocarditis in these patients, such as having catheters in your veins (as when undergoing chemotherapy), a suppressed immune system, and, most ...

 


Study: Sudden Cardiac Death Risk May Be Higher in Younger Patients with Diabetes - Pharmacy Times



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Study: Sudden Cardiac Death Risk May Be Higher in Younger Patients with Diabetes 
Pharmacy Times
The leading cause of death among those with diabetes was cardiac disease. The most common causes of sudden cardiac death were coronary artery disease (47%) and sudden arrhythmic death syndrome (26%). According to the researchers, the increased risk of ...
Diabetes: Sudden cardiac death risk sevenfold higher in young people Medical News Today

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What working through the dead of night does to your body - BBC News



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What working through the dead of night does to your body 
BBC News
He warns that sustained levels of stress can lead to cardiovascular disease, or metabolic abnormalities such as type 2 diabetes. Stress can also supress the immune system, which may be the basis of higher rates of colo-rectal cancer and breast cancer ...

 


Aspetar sheds light on latest developments in Radiography - The Peninsula Qatar



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Aspetar sheds light on latest developments in Radiography 
The Peninsula Qatar
Aspetar has reached advanced stages in its capabilities in radiography, in both diagnosis and treatment, and this enables those who work in the field to benefit from our knowledge and experiences. This annual symposium is yet another part of our ...

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Heart disease patients less likely to die of cancer if they are fit - Medical Xpress



Heart disease patients less likely to die of cancer if they are fit 
Medical Xpress
... such as ischaemia or fixed wall motion abnormalities, were not associated with cancer-related death. Dr Peteiro said: "The 'exercise part' of an exercise echocardiography study predicts cancer-related death in patients referred for this test. Fit ...