Heart Attack Risk Higher With Job Loss
New research on older adults in the US finds that being unemployed, experiencing multiple job loss and even going for short periods without work is tied to a greater risk for heart attack (acute myocardial infarction, AMI) compared with no job loss. The researchers suggest people who suffer multiple job losses have a risk for heart attack that is on a par with smoking. Matthew E...
Limb Movement Restoration In Dogs With Spinal Cord Injuries Offers Hope For Humans
Scientists have used a special cell to regenerate damaged parts of dogs' spines. Researchers are cautiously excited about these results which could potentially have a future role in the treatment of human patients with similar injuries...
More Teens Are Turning To Steroids, New Study Reveals
Teens are risking their health in order to "bulk up" and "get toned" by using anabolic steroids and drinking protein shakes, according to a recent report conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota and published in the journal Pediatrics...