As he lay in his hospital bed, John Weakley knew he needed a miracle to survive. He had been in the Coronary Care Unit at Faxton Saint Luke's Hospital in Utica for nearly a month, and as he grew weaker hope was running thin.
A team of researchers at the Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute in Orlando found that hormones produced by the heart can cause regular fat calls from mice and humans to taken on characteristics of brown fat cells.
If you’re concerned about your heart health, you might want to consider having fish for dinner. New research finds older adults with the highest blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids — most commonly found in fish — are less likely to later develop an irregular heartbeat than their peers with the lowest amounts.
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