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Dr. Oyebola in the lab.
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Research Feature
A conversation with Dr. Kolapo Oyebola It is not lost on Kolapo Oyebola, Ph.D., that half the sickle cell disease cases worldwide can be found in his native Nigeria. This tragic fact, said the National Institutes of Health (NIH) postdoctoral fellow, has long been top of mind—and he is bent on doing something about it. Something big. He wants to...
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Illustration of the BASILICA procedure. (A) a catheter directs an electrified guidewire through the base of the left aortic cusp into a snare in the left ventricular outflow tract; (B) after snare retrieval, the mid-shaft of the guidewire is electrified to lacerate the leaflet (C); (D) the leaflet splays after TAVR permitting coronary flow. CREDIT:...
Chicken and beef meat in foam packaging
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Research Feature
Detailed comparison suggests plant proteins are better for the heart If you’re among the millions of Americans who are eating more chicken because you think it has less fat and is better for your heart than a good ol’ hot dog or burger, researchers are offering some new food for thought. In a study that could debunk years of conventional wisdom,...
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Obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol more prevalent among irregular sleepers A new study has found that not sticking to a regular bedtime and wakeup schedule—and getting different amounts of sleep each night—can put a person at higher risk for obesity, high cholesterol , hypertension, high blood sugar and other metabolic disorders. In fact, for...
Older asian man smiling, being hugged by younger person
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Study focuses on impact of chronic conditions affecting people living with HIV WHAT: June 5 is HIV Long-Term Survivors Day , which recognizes the more than one million people in the United States living with HIV, while raising awareness about their health needs. To mark the day, a researcher with the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI...
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News Release
Novel evidence-based approach led to short- and long-term fitness benefits Activity trackers and mobile phone apps are all the rage, but do they really help users increase and maintain physical activity? A new study has found that one mobile phone app designed for inactive women did help when combined with an activity tracker and personal...
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NHLBI in the Press
The improvement in cholesterol levels among children and teens in the United States still leaves a half empty glass. There have been hopeful changes, but still 50% of Americans ages 6 to 19 have less than ideal cholesterol levels; and as many as 25% of them are in the clinically high range.