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Heart Attack Treatment Might be in Your Face

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) have received $2.4 million in federal funding to pursue research on a novel […]

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West Chester woman returns to the scene of her death

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West Chester woman returns to hospital to meet life-saving strangers

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Two From UC Named Fellows for Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine

Despite the greater numbers of women matriculating at our nation’s medical, dental and public health schools, women are still considerably […]

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Study Shows Female Heart Patients Less Likely to Get Blood Thinning Meds

Female atrial fibrillation patients are less likely than their male counterparts to receive blood thinning therapies to prevent stroke, say […]

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Man of Science Saved by UC Heart, Lung & Vascular Institute

A congenital heart defect nearly killed Professor of Geology and Anthropology at University of Cincinnati, Kenneth Tankersley. Doctors at UC […]

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Collapse at the Front Doors of ER

Fifty-year-old Christopher Casson had no known history of heart problems. But all of that changed when he started feeling an […]

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Can a Computer Assist in Prescribing Stroke Preventing Therapy?

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UC Researcher Receives $1.7 Million Grant to Study Cardiac Hypertrophy

Michael Tranter, PhD, in the laboratory
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Heart Patient Plus One Finds Second Home at UC Health

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Brain Scans Give Clues to Stress-Heart Attack Link

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Heart Disease Still Top Killer of American Women and Men, Symptoms Differ

  Women tend to get palpitations, shortness of breath and “sharp” chest pain when suffering heart attacks, explains Stephanie Dunlap, […]

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