Cardiac Organoids Self-Organize to Mimic Human Heart

Researchers at the Austrian Academy of Sciences have developed the most realistic cardiac organoids to date. The tiny structures self-organize from pluripotent stem cells to form a hollow chamber that can beat. The method to create the ‘cardioids’ involves stimulating a variety of signaling pathways in stem cells and does not rely on conventional tissue… Read More »

5 Blood-Pressure-Lowering Workouts

Workouts coupling aerobic exercise, like biking, with resistance training, like lifting weights, could reap benefits for people dealing with hypertension. Here are 5 Blood-Pressure-Lowering Workouts Go for a Swim. Swimming is a good, low-impact form of cardio that’s accessible to most people, especially seniors. A study published in The American Journal of Cardiology found that… Read More »

Small Study Looks at Children With Covid Inflammatory Syndrome

The Coronavirus Outbreak liveLatest Updates Maps and Cases State Reopening Tracker Vaccine Rollout New Mask Guidance Vaccines and Children Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Children With Covid Inflammatory Syndrome May Overcome Their Most Serious Symptoms A small study found that six months after hospitalization, most children with… Read More »

Parents say first-grader who died by suicide was bullied by racist classmates

Loading the player… San Antonio parents Jermaine and LaKeisha Chaney suspect that relentless bullying led to the death of their son, Jeffery Taylor. In 2019, four days before Christmas Day, Taylor was found dead in his bedroom with a gun that his parents owned lying beside him.  LaKeisha Chaney told KENS 5 that the day… Read More »

Is There Treatment for Varicose Veins?

What Are Varicose Veins, and What Causes Them? Blood is meant to travel from your heart throughout your body via your veins. These veins have valves that open to let blood flow past and close off behind it. When these valves aren’t working correctly or become weak, blood is then backed up around the vein… Read More »