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( Anger Could Raise Long-Term Risks for Heart Disease
May 2nd 2024, 04:41

Source: ( Google News - HealthFeeling angry constricts blood vessels in unhealthy ways and could raise a person's long-term odds for heart disease, new research warns. "If you're a person who gets angry all the time, you're having chronic injuries to your blood vessels," said lead researcher Daichi Shimbo, a cardiologist at Columbia University. His team conducted experiments where the activity of blood vessels was monitored while people were feeling angry, anxious, sad, or...


( 12% of U.S. LGBTQ Youth Attempted Suicide Last Year, Survey Finds
May 2nd 2024, 04:41

Source: ( CBS News - U.S. NewsMore than 1 in 10 young people in the U.S. who identify as LGBTQ attempted suicide in 2023, according to a new survey. The survey, conducted by the Trevor Project, included responses from 18,000 people aged 13 to 24, according to a news release announcing the findings. More than a third of LGBTQ young people, or 39%, seriously considered suicide in the past year, the survey found. That number was even higher for transgender and nonbinary youth,...


( U.S. House Passes Bill Aimed to Curb Antisemitism Amid College Unrest
May 2nd 2024, 04:40

Source: ( Google News - HealthThe U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday to address antisemitism on college campuses, where activists upset by Israel's war against Hamas have been protesting for months and set up encampments on campus grounds. The Antisemitism Awareness Act adopts the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's definition of antisemitism for the enforcement of federal anti-discrimination laws regarding education programs.


( Simple Blood Test May Allow Doctors to Assess Stroke Risk
May 2nd 2024, 04:40

Source: ( Science DailyA simple blood test could allow doctors to determine whether a person is at higher risk for stroke or cognitive decline during their lifetime, according to a new study. The research, published in the journal Stroke, found that measuring concentrations of inflammatory molecules in the blood could allow doctors to calculate a risk score for susceptibility for cerebral small vessel disease—a common cause of stroke and a contributor to cognitive...


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