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A woman drinks a glass of water
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News Release
NIH findings may provide early clues about increased risks for advanced biological aging and premature death Adults who stay well-hydrated appear to be healthier, develop fewer chronic conditions, such as heart and lung disease, and live longer than those who may not get sufficient fluids, according to a National Institutes of Health study...
A woman holds her head and extends and arm after standing up to maintain her balance.
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NHLBI in the Press
A condition marked by reduced blood flow to the heart after standing has been reported to be slightly more common among people who have had COVID vaccines, but the link is five times greater among people who have had COVID – underscoring the importance of vaccination.
A 3D image of a heart is shown.
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Research Feature
An NIH-supported research partnership aims to transform heart failure research to bring personalized therapies to patients Every minute of every day the heart pumps about five quarts of blood – nearly 20 glassfuls – throughout the body. But when changes occur, such as the heart becoming weak or not filling adequately with blood, it loses its...
A man rows on a rowing machine at a gym.
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NHLBI in the Press
The long-term effects of COVID-19 can affect exercise tolerance, but a gradual return to physical activity may help adults with lingering symptoms return to their routines.
A man prepares to receive a vaccine from a healthcare worker in a medical setting.
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NHLBI in the Press
Based on a longitudinal review of more than 200,000 adults, researchers found those who had shingles had a nearly 30% higher chance of having a future heart attack or stroke. The authors note the findings underscore the importance of prevention, including vaccination.
The NIH Clinical Research Center
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Research Feature
Two years after identifying VEXAS syndrome, a rare inflammatory condition due to a mutation in blood cells, researchers are studying a potential cure In 2014, Randy Pherson, an intelligence and homeland security expert from Great Falls, Virginia, began a grueling mission: to get to the bottom of the slew of seemingly random symptoms that, for the...
A child and man receive vaccines.
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NHLBI in the Press
Many adults who receive COVID-19 and flu vaccines experience symptoms like having a sore arm or feeling tired, which is normal and signals their immune system is learning how to fight each virus, according to recent research.
 An artery is shown with early accumulation of plaque.
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News Release
Lower levels of HDL cholesterol were associated with increased risks for heart attacks in white but not Black adults, and higher levels were not protective for either group A National Institutes of Health-supported study found that high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, often called the “good cholesterol,” may not be as effective as scientists...