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Aspirin is commonly known to help heart attack victims, but a new U.S. study from the University of California finds that one of three ways to take aspirin is the most effective way to help people suffering heart attacks.

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According to expanded research by German researchers, having to contend with heavy traffic and traffic jams increases your risk of having a heart attack within an hour of being subjected to such traffic conditions. The blame comes from the noxious fumes and maybe the stress, too.

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Wednesday, 04 March 2009 06:24

Increase oxygen in blood to strengthen heart

French and American scientists have come up with a way to increase the percentage of oxygen in the blood of mice. Could the next step be to do the same thing for humans in order to strengthen an already weakened heart?

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