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Targeting heart failure: looking beneath receptors, possibilities may become G-gantic

Chronic heart failure is a complex chain of events that lead the heart to loose its ability to pump blood across all bodily blood...

Uric acid and mortality: is really necessary to cut urate down when it is higher?

Extreme values of serum uric acid levels in the blood can markedly reduce a patient's chance of surviving and reduce their lifespans by up...

Allopurinol does not work that much in CKD: a clinical trial and some possible reason beneath this failure

There are more than 1.7 million Australians with CKD and over 3,000 individuals develop kidney failure serious enough to require dialysis every year. At...

Vitamins: what they do tell us again these unknown neighbors

Nutrition, lifestyles, behavior and movement are not those of a hundred years ago. We have to accept the concept that our habits are so...

Histamine as a defender in the kidney-heart disease: much more than skin-deep

Heart failure, or congestive heart failure, affects about 5.7 million people in the United States. The condition does not yet have a cure. Chronic kidney disease also...

Chagas disease: tropical indeed, old for sure, half-neglected as a fact

Chagas disease is a parasitic infection caused by the protozoan Trypanosoma cruzi. It is most often transmitted by nocturnal, blood-sucking insects called kissing bugs. When the...

Side effects on the heart: diabetes may take benefit, but the drug impairs energy

Like catching two fish with one worm, treating two problems with a single drug is efficient, but exceedingly difficult. In particular, for new diabetes...

Reprogramming by the heart: diclofenac on the limelight

Once damaged, the human heart does a poor job of repairing itself, so this is a key priority for treating heart failure. One way...

cBIN1: the marker that could “set the score” for the heart

A team led by a Cedars-Sinai physician-scientist has discovered a biomarker - a protein found in the blood - for the most common type...

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