A man receives CPR after collapsing on the street.
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NHLBI in the Press
After reviewing data from more than 100,000 people who had sudden cardiac arrest, researchers found that Black and Hispanic adults were less likely than white adults to receive CPR. To address these disparities, researchers recommend expanding access to and personalizing CPR training.
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.