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  • News Headlinespak-courtroom-publicizes-ex-pm-imran-khan’s-detention-heart-trial-unlawful,-says-his-lawyer

    Pak Courtroom Publicizes Ex-PM Imran Khan’s Detention heart Trial Unlawful, Says His Lawyer

    A Pakistani court on Tuesday declared illegal the jail trial of former Prime Minister Imran Khan on charges of leaking state secrets, his lawyer said. A special court has been conducting the trial on a jail premises citing security concerns since Khan was indicted on the charges last month.(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

  • WorldSedentary lifestyle leads to an increase in heart size in adolescents

    Sedentary lifestyle leads to an increase in heart size in adolescents

    (ORDO NEWS) — A sedentary lifestyle can increase heart size in teenagers, scientists from the University of Eastern Finland warn. The results of the study suggest that an enlarged heart may be a negative side effect associated with a sedentary lifestyle that is common among young people. Researchers have studied the effects of a sedentary lifestyle, light physical activity, and moderate to vigorous physical activity on heart structure and function.…

  • News HeadlinesScientists have found out how stress affects the heart

    Scientists have found out how stress affects the heart

    (ORDO NEWS) — Stress has a negative effect on a person. So, in some situations, the body shows superhuman strength and dexterity, quickly makes the right decisions. But prolonged exposure to stress leads to deterioration of physical and psychological conditions. A recent study showed how stress is dangerous for the heart. Stress is associated not only with heart disease, but also with stroke. This was reported by experts from the…

  • News HeadlinesScientists have found out how electronic cigarettes affect the heart

    Scientists have found out how electronic cigarettes affect the heart

    (ORDO NEWS) — With the advent of vapes, many smokers abandoned regular cigarettes and switched to electronic cigarettes. And these people provide convincing evidence that it is better: hands and clothes do not stink, the body is not poisoned by the products of tobacco combustion. But is it really that safe? A Swedish study proves that electronic cigarettes are not so harmless. In the early years of vaping’s popularity, it…

  • News HeadlinesCursing is good for the heart the opinion of a cardiologist 1

    Cursing is good for the heart : The opinion of a cardiologist

    (ORDO NEWS) — Cursing in the modern world is taboo and in some way prohibited: the public utterance of obscene language is considered an administrative offense. Nevertheless, no one forbids swearing in narrow circles, but on the contrary, they even recommend doing it! Several studies have already proven the positive impact of obscene language on overall health. According to him, a whole series of experiments was recently conducted, during which…

  • News HeadlinesArchaeologists discover 380 million year old heart

    Archaeologists discover 380 million year old heart

    (ORDO NEWS) — Researchers have discovered a 380-million-year-old heart – the oldest ever found – along with separate fossilized stomachs, intestines and livers from an ancient jawed fish, shedding new light on the evolution of our own bodies. A new study published today in the journal Science shows that the position of the organs in the body of arthrodyres – an extinct class of armored fish that flourished during the…

  • News HeadlinesScientists have reported the effect of monkeypox on the heart

    Scientists have reported the effect of monkeypox on the heart

    (ORDO NEWS) — The impact of monkeypox on the heart was revealed: a 31-year-old patient was first recorded to develop acute myocarditis a week after the onset of symptoms of a new virus, according to a JACC report, a brief review is given by Medical Xpress. The sick man came to the clinic five days after the onset of symptoms of monkeypox, which included general malaise, myalgia, fever and rashes…

  • ScienceScientists have grown in the laboratory a heart that can beat

    Scientists have grown in the laboratory a heart that can beat

    (ORDO NEWS) — Researchers at Canadian universities have grown a millimeter-long cardiac ventricle in the lab. Its main feature is that it beats like a real heart and even pumps fluid. Part of the heart was grown from cells taken from the cardiovascular tissues of young rats. The scientists then printed a scaffold layer from the polymer, on which the tissue was grown. So it was possible to imitate the…

  • ScienceTin Woodmans dream came true Scientists have developed a heart for robots 1

    Tin Woodman’s dream came true. Scientists have developed a “heart” for robots

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists at Cornell University have developed a deformable rubber pump that mimics the action of the heart and can provide soft robots with a circulatory system. In the future, the development can be applied not only to robots, but also to maintain blood circulation in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. The Tin Woodman had no heart. Today’s soft robots also have “hearts” that are not all right.…

  • News HeadlinesRNA therapy can help restore the heart after a heart attack 1

    RNA therapy can help restore the heart after a heart attack

    (ORDO NEWS) — Injections of RNA “instructions” for protein synthesis triggered the active growth of heart muscle cells and allowed laboratory mice to fully recover from a heart attack in just a month. Scientists from the University of Houston have demonstrated a new approach to the restoration of the heart muscle after a heart attack. To do this, cells return to the state of stem cells with the help of…

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  • News HeadlinesHuman heart can heal itself

    Human heart can heal itself

    (ORDO NEWS) — Our bodies are quite inventive in matters of self-healing, and scientists are studying in detail the ways in which the heart recovers after a heart attack (myocardial infarction). They hope to find clues that could lead to better treatments for cardiovascular problems. A new study has shown that the body’s immune response and the lymphatic system (part of the immune system) play a critical role in how…

  • News HeadlinesBoston engineers have created a miniature heart

    Boston engineers have created a miniature heart

    (ORDO NEWS) —  According to the publication med-heal.ru, specialists from Boston, working at the intersection of medical and engineering technologies, were able to make a reduced copy of the human heart. The device combines real human heart tissue and artificial parts. A small model, literally 3 centimeters in size, was created using human stem cells. They were attached to a 3D printed acrylic frame and modified into heart cells. And…

  • News HeadlinesScientists have discovered a side effect of coronavirus vaccines affecting the heart

    Scientists have discovered a side effect of coronavirus vaccines affecting the heart

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists at the National University Hospital of Singapore analyzed data from 395 million people who had been vaccinated against coronavirus in order to trace the link between vaccination and heart disease. The study found that in young men under the age of 30, the risk of myopericarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle and surrounding tissues, increases significantly. In general, vaccinations against coronavirus increase the risk of…

  • News HeadlinesMacaques can sense their own heart rate

    Macaques can sense their own heart rate

    (ORDO NEWS) — This is the first confirmation of interoceptive perception in non-human primates, making them suitable models for studying depression, anxiety and other mental disorders. People always listen to their own hearts. We feel how quickly it beats when we meet with danger , and, conversely, we get scared ourselves, noticing that the heart suddenly began to beat too hard. Scientists from the National Primate Research Center in California…

  • News HeadlinesLow water intake linked to risk of heart failure 1

    Low water intake linked to risk of heart failure

    (ORDO NEWS) — We all know well that a person cannot live without water. Many are sure that you need to drink at least eight glasses a day, others believe that the main thing is not to feel thirsty. However, a new study shows that the right level of hydration can reduce the risk of developing heart disease. During the study, scientists from the Laboratory for Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine at…

  • News HeadlinesDrinking coffee may benefit your heart and help you live longer

    Drinking coffee may benefit your heart and help you live longer

    (ORDO NEWS) — Contrary to the fears of some doctors and the public, drinking coffee may actually protect your heart, not cause or worsen heart disease. Drinking two to three cups of coffee daily is associated with a 10% to 15% lower risk of developing heart disease, heart failure, heart rhythm disturbances, or early death from any cause, three research abstracts published Thursday found. “Because coffee can speed up the…

  • News Headlines6 signs of impending heart failure to look out for 1

    6 signs of impending heart failure to look out for

    (ORDO NEWS) — Heart disease is still the leading cause of premature death, so it is important to know their early symptoms and take action in time. Today we will talk about the signs of heart failure in men and women. Heart failure is a condition in which the heart cannot work as efficiently as it used to, and the blood it pumps is not enough for the full functioning…

  • News HeadlinesSuggesting people use heart not brain boosts prosocial behavior study finds

    Suggesting people use ‘heart, not brain’ boosts prosocial behavior, study finds

    (ORDO NEWS) — Prosocial behavior, or “voluntary behavior designed to benefit another person,” is social behavior that “benefits other people or society as a whole.” An example of prosocial behavior is helping, sharing, giving, cooperating, and volunteering. A recent study examined the effects of rational (“brain”) and affective (“heart”) decision making, as well as individual differences in information processing styles, on prosocial behavior and found that affective decision making increased…

  • News Headlinesnew fabric is able to hear the sounds of your heart

    New fabric is able to “hear” the sounds of your heart

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists have developed a fabric that works like a microphone, converting sound first into mechanical vibrations and then into electrical signals, similar to how our ears hear. This new fabric can not only hear your heartbeat, but also allows users to receive phone calls and text messages. All tissues vibrate in response to audible sounds, although these vibrations, which are on the nanometer scale, are too small…

  • News HeadlinesSleeping with lights turned out to be bad for the heart

    Sleeping with lights turned out to be bad for the heart

    (ORDO NEWS) — A new study by American scientists has shown that exposure to even moderate lighting during a night’s rest, compared to sleeping in a dimly lit (actually dark) room, harms the cardiovascular system, and can also lead to diabetes and obesity. Exposure to artificial light at night while sleeping is a common occurrence these days. The light may come from special nightlights, electronic devices, sources outside the home,…

  • News HeadlinesScientists have developed an animation that shows how our heart pumps blood

    Scientists have developed an animation that shows how our heart pumps blood

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists from Rice University (USA) have created a very accurate visualization that shows how blood flows through the human heart. The model will help doctors better understand the mechanisms of blood pumping and diagnose diseases that prevent it. Check out a new animation that shows in detail how the human heart pumps blood The model was created under the guidance of Rice University mechanical engineering professor Typhoon…

  • News HeadlinesHeart failure with preserved ejection fraction a widespread unmet need for translational research and clinical management

    Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction a widespread unmet need for translational research and clinical management

    (ORDO NEWS) — Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) is a systemic complex clinical syndrome of heart failure generally associated with old age. Despite having normal or near normal ejection fraction (EF) and stroke volume, patients with HFpEF show high morbidity and mortality, as well as a frequent hospitalization rate. Given that current standard pharmacological treatment for heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) has not been proven to…

  • News HeadlinesTypes of snacks that prevent heart attack and stroke 1

    Types of snacks that prevent heart attack and stroke

    (ORDO NEWS) — Cardiovascular disease is considered one of the most common causes of death in the world. To prevent them, you need to pay attention to nutrition. There are foods that can help reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. Experts from the Canadian organization Heart and Stroke have named several options for snacking that will reduce the likelihood of a stroke or heart attack, as well as…

  • News HeadlinesNew face mask can track heart rate

    New face mask can track heart rate

    (ORDO NEWS) — Face masks have become part of everyday life during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to scientists, they may soon become useful not only to protect others, but also themselves. Researchers have developed a sensor for the N95 FaceBit mask that can track a wide range of health data. The device can, for example, measure the heart rate. To do this, the sensor will focus on head movements. In…

  • News Headlinesman who received a pig heart transplant turned out to be a repeat offender

    Man who received a pig heart transplant turned out to be a repeat offender

    (ORDO NEWS) — After celebrating a landmark heart transplant in which a human patient received a genetically modified pig heart, the news outlets moved on to highlight the man’s troubled past. “Revolutionary Heart Transplant Patient Has a Criminal Record,” ran a New York Times headline yesterday about a decade-old incident in which a patient stabbed a man, leaving the victim paralyzed. Of course, this is a catchy title. But is…

  • News HeadlinesScientists uncover heart health benefits of chocolate

    Scientists uncover heart health benefits of chocolate

    (ORDO NEWS) — Chocolate has long been considered healthy. Even though it’s kind of sweet. But now cardiologists have also expressed their word about the positive properties of the product – they have found that the use of chocolate helps to strengthen the health of the heart and the entire cardiovascular system. Such conclusions were drawn from a study that showed that adding only 28 grams of chocolate per week…

  • News HeadlinesSurgeon told about the danger of a pigs heart transplant to a person

    Surgeon told about the danger of a pig’s heart transplant to a person

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the United States, the world‘s first pig heart transplant to a human was performed. But we are, of course, not talking about an ordinary animal. In order to reduce the risk of rejection, the donor pig was genetically modified. The patient taking this step is 57-year-old David Bennett. He has a very difficult cardiac diagnosis. In fact, he was in a dying state. That is why…

  • News HeadlinesWHO explains why Omicron is spreading so quickly

    Doctors find out that COVID-19 has a bad effect on the work of the heart

    (ORDO NEWS) — Zaurbek Shugushev, cardiologist, doctor of medical sciences, said that after suffering covid, heart disease can be detected. According to him, the whole point is in the special influence of the coronavirus on this organ. Shugushev said that COVID-19 is quite capable of damaging the heart muscles. After such an exposure, the postcoid syndrome can cause heart failure against the background of myocarditis. In this case, the patient…

  • News HeadlinesSurprising science of why your heart doesnt tire like other muscles

    Surprising science of why your heart doesn’t tire like other muscles

    (ORDO NEWS) — Dr Nish Manek explains the intriguing biology why your cardiac system rarely slumps. Your heart is an incredibly powerful organ. Every day it beats about 100,000 times. Imagine the energy takes it to squeeze a tennis ball – that’s not far off the force your heart is using each time it beats to pump blood around your body. So, with that many reps each day, why doesn’t…

  • News HeadlinesExperts have named ways to keep your heart healthy

    Experts named ways to keep your heart healthy

    (ORDO NEWS) — A huge number of factors affect the state of the cardiovascular system. In order to reduce the risk of all sorts of pathologies and keep your heart healthy for many years, you should adhere to simple tips. Reported by Eat This, Not That! • Minimum stress. Stressful situations increase cortisol levels, which leads to the production of visceral fat. It negatively affects the work of the heart muscle. • Phone…