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News-Medical-Net
Children with ADHD sleep more poorly than normal kidsNew knowledge: Children with ADHD sleep both poorly and less A new study from
Children with ADHD sleep more poorly than normal kids
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 hours ago
New knowledge: Children with ADHD sleep both poorly and less A new study from Aarhus University has now documented that there is some truth to the claim by parents of children with ADHD that their children have more difficulty falling asleep and... Read more
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FOX News
Parasitic worms may hold key to cutting spread of HIV: researcherscountries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and
Parasitic worms may hold key to cutting spread of HIV: researchers
FOX News / Posted yesterday
countries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and HIV, Peter Leutscher, who is a professor at Aarhus University Hospital and helped carry out the research, said in a telephone interview. "This overlap of HIV and... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Parasitic worms may hold key to cutting spread of HIVcountries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and
Parasitic worms may hold key to cutting spread of HIV
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
countries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and HIV, Peter Leutscher, who is a professor at Aarhus University Hospital and helped carry out the research, said in a telephone interview. "This overlap of HIV and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why mastectomy IS best for young women with breast cancerof them undergoing the breast conserving option, and half undergoing full maste
Why mastectomy IS best for young women with breast cancer
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
of them undergoing the breast conserving option, and half undergoing full mastectomies. Study leader Dr Tinne Laurberg, of Aarhus University Hospital, said that guidelines should take into account the possibility of worse outcomes if breast... Read more
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iol.co.za
Worms key to cut spread of HIV?countries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and
Worms key to cut spread of HIV?
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
countries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and HIV, Peter Leutscher, who is a professor at Aarhus University Hospital and helped carry out the research, said in a telephone interview. “This overlap of HIV and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Parasitic Worms May Hold Key to Cutting Spread of HIV - Researcherscountries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and
Parasitic Worms May Hold Key to Cutting Spread of HIV - Researchers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
countries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and HIV, Peter Leutscher, who is a professor at Aarhus University Hospital and helped carry out the research, said in a telephone interview. "This overlap of HIV and... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Researchers: Parasitic worms may hold key to cutting spread of HIVcountries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and
Researchers: Parasitic worms may hold key to cutting spread of HIV
Eye Witness News / Posted 7 days ago
countries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and HIV, Peter Leutscher, who is a professor at Aarhus University Hospital and helped carry out the research, said in a telephone interview. “This overlap of HIV and... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Parasitic worms may hold key to cutting spread of HIV: researcherscountries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and
Parasitic worms may hold key to cutting spread of HIV: researchers
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 days ago
countries in southern Africa are seriously affected by both schistosomiasis and HIV, Peter Leutscher, who is a professor at Aarhus University Hospital and helped carry out the research, said in a telephone interview. "This overlap of HIV and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Earth's core is two and a half years YOUNGER that its crustYOUNGER that its crust: Difference caused by curvature of space-time, finds stu
Earth's core is two and a half years YOUNGER that its crust
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
YOUNGER that its crust: Difference caused by curvature of space-time, finds study Discovery made by Ulrik Uggerhøj of Aarhus University in Denmark This is down to a quirk in physics known as 'gravitational time dilation' Phenomenon means... Read more
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express
Alzheimer's cure at last: First drug to stop disease in its tracksfrom the profession for abuse against dem Mother and son are separated after l
Alzheimer's cure at last: First drug to stop disease in its tracks
express / Posted 8 days ago
from the profession for abuse against dem Mother and son are separated after landlords evict them The breakthrough at Aarhus University in Denmark has now inspired the start of major UK trials which have left neuroscientists at Imperial... Read more
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PhysOrg
Slow worms react quickly to climate changeregarding the animals, plants and microorganisms that we humans will share the
Slow worms react quickly to climate change
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
regarding the animals, plants and microorganisms that we humans will share the planet with in future. Researchers at Aarhus University have now unravelled part of the answer from some small worms. For seven years, the worms were exposed to a... Read more
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Marie Claire
Scientists have found that you can actually die of a broken hearthave discovered the exact reason why a broken heart can kill you. Using data c
Scientists have found that you can actually die of a broken heart
Marie Claire / Posted 8 days ago
have discovered the exact reason why a broken heart can kill you. Using data collected over 19 years, researchers at Aarhus University in Denmark studied almost a million people to find what causes artial fibrillation, otherwise known as an... Read more
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New Kerala
Checking your fridge before shopping can curb food waste - newkerala.com #53419this has serious environmental implications while contributing directly to glob
Checking your fridge before shopping can curb food waste - newkerala.com #53419
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
this has serious environmental implications while contributing directly to global warming, Jessica Aschemann-Witzel from Aarhus University in Denmark pointed out in an article published in the journal Science. "We know more or less the extent of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Changing the world, one fridge at a time: Food waste, and what to do about itaccording to the article's author, Jessica Aschemann-Witzel, an associate profe
Changing the world, one fridge at a time: Food waste, and what to do about it
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
according to the article's author, Jessica Aschemann-Witzel, an associate professor at Aarhus BSS, the business school of Aarhus University, Denmark. The article, titled "Waste not, want not, emit less," points out that overall, one third of the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Muskoxen hair analysis shows diet suffers during snow-heavy Arctic winterspublished April 20, 2016 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Jesper Bruun Mo
Muskoxen hair analysis shows diet suffers during snow-heavy Arctic winters
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
published April 20, 2016 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Jesper Bruun Mosbacher from the Arctic Research Centre at Aarhus University, Denmark, and colleagues. Like other northern hooved animals, female muskoxen are more likely to bear... Read more
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CTV News
Buzzing bloodsuckers: Why mosquitos are hard to eradicatewill go 10 metres (33 feet) from the breeding place to you," explains Eskild Pe
Buzzing bloodsuckers: Why mosquitos are hard to eradicate
CTV News / Posted 15 days ago
will go 10 metres (33 feet) from the breeding place to you," explains Eskild Petersen, a professor of tropical diseases at Aarhus University in Denmark. They have a short travel span of a few hundred metres, and a lifespan of about two weeks. And... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Mosquitoes: Can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘emmeal, they will go 10 meters from the breeding place to you,” explains Eskild P
Mosquitoes: Can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em
Manila Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
meal, they will go 10 meters from the breeding place to you,” explains Eskild Petersen, a professor of tropical diseases at Aarhus University in Denmark. They have a short travel span of a few hundred meters, and a lifespan of about two weeks. And... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Radiotherapy needs likely to increase in all European countries by 2025radiotherapy is essential if we are to be able to plan for radiotherapy service
Radiotherapy needs likely to increase in all European countries by 2025
News-Medical-Net / Posted 16 days ago
radiotherapy is essential if we are to be able to plan for radiotherapy services," said co-author Professor Cai Grau, from Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark. "We have shown clearly that the need for radiotherapy across Europe will... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water Coolerthat could have implications for how scientists approach quantum physics, says
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 16 days ago
that could have implications for how scientists approach quantum physics, says Jacob Sherson, a quantum physicist at Aarhus University, Denmark, who led the study. “Maybe we should allow some of that normal intuition to enter our problem... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Mosquitoes: can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘emwill go 10 metres (33 feet) from the breeding place to you,” explains Eskild Pe
Mosquitoes: can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em
Manila Bulletin / Posted 16 days ago
will go 10 metres (33 feet) from the breeding place to you,” explains Eskild Petersen, a professor of tropical diseases at Aarhus University in Denmark. They have a short travel span of a few hundred metres, and a lifespan of about two weeks. And... Read more
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Psych Central
Laughter Can Be Key to Judging Friendshipa UCLA professor of anthropology, and Dr. Riccardo Fusaroli, an assistant profe
Laughter Can Be Key to Judging Friendship
Psych Central / Posted 17 days ago
a UCLA professor of anthropology, and Dr. Riccardo Fusaroli, an assistant professor at the Interacting Minds Center of Aarhus University in Denmark, were interested in better understanding the communicative functions of co-laughter. They... Read more
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Raw Story
You can really die of a broken heart — according to sciencethat the two are linked. In a recent article published in the online journal Op
You can really die of a broken heart — according to science
Raw Story / Posted 18 days ago
that the two are linked. In a recent article published in the online journal Open Heart, a Danish research team based at Aarhus University reported findings showing that the death of a partner is linked to heightened risk of developing AF for up... Read more
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PhysOrg
Take that, A.I.: Video-gamers solve quantum physics mystery using human intuitionabout quantum physics, that's because you haven't understood it," said lead aut
Take that, A.I.: Video-gamers solve quantum physics mystery using human intuition
PhysOrg / Posted 18 days ago
about quantum physics, that's because you haven't understood it," said lead author Jacob Sherson, a quantum physicist at Aarhus University in Denmark, echoing a sentiment notably expressed by legendary Danish physicist Niels Bohr. "And that's why... Read more
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Psych Central
Antisocial Personality Complicates Substance Abuse Treatmentthey rarely seek treatment themselves. The study, conducted by researchers at
Antisocial Personality Complicates Substance Abuse Treatment
Psych Central / Posted 18 days ago
they rarely seek treatment themselves. The study, conducted by researchers at the Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research at Aarhus University in Denmark, involved 175 substance abusers with antisocial personality disorders. The researchers tested a... Read more
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CIO
Why AI still needs us: To build quantum computersto be solved before we can create a working quantum computer. That's where gam
Why AI still needs us: To build quantum computers
CIO / Posted 21 days ago
to be solved before we can create a working quantum computer. That's where gaming comes in. Researchers at Danish Aarhus University have created a bunch of online games to turn key quantum problems into fun challenges, and, to put it... Read more
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Daily Mail
Are HUMANS the new supercomputer?helps map the brain to 'blur the lines between man and machine' The project is
Are HUMANS the new supercomputer?
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
helps map the brain to 'blur the lines between man and machine' The project is being run by the Coder research group at Aarhus University It is mapping out how the human brain make decisions based on intuition Volunteers are being studied... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
Humans trump computers in Aarhus university of Denmark game studyHuman intuition outperformed the most advanced computer algorithms in a quantum
Humans trump computers in Aarhus university of Denmark game study
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted 22 days ago
Human intuition outperformed the most advanced computer algorithms in a quantum physics video game at the Aarhus University of Denmark. According to a study published in Nature on April 13, a research team led by physicist Jacob Sherson designed the... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Intuition helps humans beat computers in thorny physics gameof high quality and of shorter duration than any computer algorithms could find
Intuition helps humans beat computers in thorny physics game
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 22 days ago
of high quality and of shorter duration than any computer algorithms could find," said Jacob Friis Sherson, a physicist at Aarhus University who co-wrote the study published Wednesday in the journal Nature. Experts say the results could advance... Read more
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The Mercury News
Intuition helps humans beat computers in thorny physics gameof high quality and of shorter duration than any computer algorithms could find
Intuition helps humans beat computers in thorny physics game
The Mercury News / Posted 22 days ago
of high quality and of shorter duration than any computer algorithms could find," said Jacob Friis Sherson, a physicist at Aarhus University who co-wrote the study published Wednesday in the journal Nature. Experts say the results could advance... Read more
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PhysOrg
Are humans the new supercomputer? Team blurred the boundaries between man and macexplains Jacob Sherson. At the interface between quantum physics and computer
Are humans the new supercomputer? Team blurred the boundaries between man and mac
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
explains Jacob Sherson. At the interface between quantum physics and computer games, Sherson and his research group at Aarhus University have identified one of the abilities that still makes us unique compared to a computer's enormous... Read more
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The Verge
This online game gave scientists new insight into quantum computing strategiesbe better at figuring out that logic than even the most sophisticated simulatio
This online game gave scientists new insight into quantum computing strategies
The Verge / Posted 22 days ago
be better at figuring out that logic than even the most sophisticated simulations. For more than two years, researchers at Aarhus University in Denmark have been monitoring how different people approach Quantum Moves. Not everyone got the knack of... Read more
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Reuters
Privacy, what privacy? Many Nordic tax records are a phone call awayis the foundation for Scandinavian openness about taxes," said Gert Tinggard Sv
Privacy, what privacy? Many Nordic tax records are a phone call away
Reuters / Posted 22 days ago
is the foundation for Scandinavian openness about taxes," said Gert Tinggard Svendsen, political science professor at Aarhus University in Denmark. "The welfare systems we have in Norway, Sweden and Denmark are basically a collective... Read more
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Times of Malta
In Scandinavia, tax records are just a phone call awayis the foundation for Scandinavian openness about taxes," said Gert Tinggard Sv
In Scandinavia, tax records are just a phone call away
Times of Malta / Posted 23 days ago
is the foundation for Scandinavian openness about taxes," said Gert Tinggard Svendsen, political science professor at Aarhus University in Denmark. "The welfare systems we have in Norway, Sweden and Denmark are basically a collective... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Privacy, what privacy? Many Nordic tax records are a phone call awayis the foundation for Scandinavian openness about taxes," said Gert Tinggard Sv
Privacy, what privacy? Many Nordic tax records are a phone call away
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 23 days ago
is the foundation for Scandinavian openness about taxes," said Gert Tinggard Svendsen, political science professor at Aarhus University in Denmark. "The welfare systems we have in Norway, Sweden and Denmark are basically a collective... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Privacy, what privacy? Many Nordic tax records are a phone call awayis the foundation for Scandinavian openness about taxes," said Gert Tinggard Sv
Privacy, what privacy? Many Nordic tax records are a phone call away
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 23 days ago
is the foundation for Scandinavian openness about taxes," said Gert Tinggard Svendsen, political science professor at Aarhus University in Denmark. "The welfare systems we have in Norway, Sweden and Denmark are basically a collective... Read more
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Newsmax
Southern US Definitely at Risk for Zika: Expertblood and there is a potential risk of starting a transmission," tropical medic
Southern US Definitely at Risk for Zika: Expert
Newsmax / Posted 23 days ago
blood and there is a potential risk of starting a transmission," tropical medicine professor Eskild Petersen of Denmark's Aarhus University said Monday. "I would say that the southern part of the United States and southern Europe are definitely... Read more
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Raw Story
Zika outbreaks in US and Europe likely to be ‘short-lived’: researchersblood and there is a potential risk of starting a transmission,” tropical medic
Zika outbreaks in US and Europe likely to be ‘short-lived’: researchers
Raw Story / Posted 24 days ago
blood and there is a potential risk of starting a transmission,” tropical medicine professor Eskild Petersen of Denmark’s Aarhus University said Monday. “I would say that the southern part of the United States and southern Europe are definitely... Read more
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DW
Experts warn that Zika may be coming to US and Europe |of the United States and southern Europe are definitely at risk," tropical medi
Experts warn that Zika may be coming to US and Europe |
DW / Posted 24 days ago
of the United States and southern Europe are definitely at risk," tropical medicine professor Eskild Petersen of Denmark's Aarhus University said at a conference in Amsterdam. But he stressed that the risk should not be exaggerated. "It is a... Read more
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Aliran Online
Malaysia's RM45bn food import bill: Learn from Denmark's self-sufficiencyand from final food products to markets and consumers. The three major univers
Malaysia's RM45bn food import bill: Learn from Denmark's self-sufficiency
Aliran Online / Posted 26 days ago
and from final food products to markets and consumers. The three major universities – the University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University and the Technical University of Denmark – account for most of food-related research in Denmark. Partnered... Read more
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iol.co.za
Lost a loved one? It could break your heartthe most severely stressful life events and is likely to affect most people, in
Lost a loved one? It could break your heart
iol.co.za / Posted 27 days ago
the most severely stressful life events and is likely to affect most people, independently of coping mechanisms,” wrote the Aarhus University scientists. Maureen Talbot, of the British Heart Foundation, said: “Studies to increase understanding of... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Experimental Biology 2016 – Day 4slow down heart rate in response to a frightening stimuli. Roy Weber, Jennifer
Experimental Biology 2016 – Day 4
ScienceBlogs / Posted 29 days ago
slow down heart rate in response to a frightening stimuli. Roy Weber, Jennifer Jarvis, Angela Fago, and Nigel Bennett (Aarhus University) showed that African mole rats, which live underground in hypoxic (low oxygen) environments experience... Read more
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The Age
Be still my beating heart: atrial fibrillation connected to death of partnerheart rhythm connected with increased risk of stroke and heart attack. Atrial
Be still my beating heart: atrial fibrillation connected to death of partner
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
heart rhythm connected with increased risk of stroke and heart attack. Atrial fibrillation finding: Dr Simon Graff, Aarhus University, Denmark. The study, led by Simon Graff at Aarhus University, found that the overall risk of developing... Read more
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FOX News
Losing a partner can hurt the heart--literallyYes, it is possible to die from a broken heart. Scientists from Aarhus Universi
Losing a partner can hurt the heart--literally
FOX News / Posted 29 days ago
Yes, it is possible to die from a broken heart. Scientists from Aarhus University in Denmark say the loss of a partner boosts a person's risk of an irregular heartbeat—itself a risk factor for stroke, heart failure, and death—by 41 percent. The... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Death of spouse ups irregular heartbeat riskthe risk seems to be greatest among the under 60s and when the loss of the part
Death of spouse ups irregular heartbeat risk
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
the risk seems to be greatest among the under 60s and when the loss of the partner was least expected, researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark said. Highly stressful life events boost the risk of a heart attack or stroke, but it is not... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Losing a partner can literally break your heartimpacts of psychological stress one would experience," said Simon Graff, a rese
Losing a partner can literally break your heart
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
impacts of psychological stress one would experience," said Simon Graff, a researcher at the department of public health at Aarhus University in Denmark who lead the work. "We wanted to examine that association." To see whether there was a... Read more
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New Kerala
Death of spouse ups irregular heartbeat risk - newkerala.com #45715risk was especially high for those who were young and those who lost a relative
Death of spouse ups irregular heartbeat risk - newkerala.com #45715
New Kerala / Posted 29 days ago
risk was especially high for those who were young and those who lost a relatively healthy partner," said Simon Graff of Aarhus University in Denmark. The team collected information on 88,612 people newly diagnosed with atrial fibrillation and... Read more
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Medical News Today
Irregular heartbeat risk increases for 1 year after death of a partnerstudy suggests. Study coauthor Dr. Simon Graff, of the Department of Public He
Irregular heartbeat risk increases for 1 year after death of a partner
Medical News Today / Posted 29 days ago
study suggests. Study coauthor Dr. Simon Graff, of the Department of Public Health, Research Unit for General Practice at Aarhus University, Denmark, and colleagues publish their findings in Open Heart - a journal of The BMJ. Numerous studies... Read more
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The North West Star
Be still my beating heart: atrial fibrillation connected to death of partneris an abnormal heart rhythm connected with increased risk of stroke and heart a
Be still my beating heart: atrial fibrillation connected to death of partner
The North West Star / Posted 30 days ago
is an abnormal heart rhythm connected with increased risk of stroke and heart attack. The study, led by Simon Graff at Aarhus University, found that the overall risk of developing atrial fibrillation within 30 days of a bereavement was 41 per... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Be still my beating heart: atrial fibrillation connected to death of partneris an abnormal heart rhythm connected with increased risk of stroke and heart a
Be still my beating heart: atrial fibrillation connected to death of partner
Daily Liberal / Posted 30 days ago
is an abnormal heart rhythm connected with increased risk of stroke and heart attack. The study, led by Simon Graff at Aarhus University, found that the overall risk of developing atrial fibrillation within 30 days of a bereavement was 41 per... Read more
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The Border Mail
Be still my beating heart: atrial fibrillation connected to death of partneris an abnormal heart rhythm connected with increased risk of stroke and heart a
Be still my beating heart: atrial fibrillation connected to death of partner
The Border Mail / Posted 30 days ago
is an abnormal heart rhythm connected with increased risk of stroke and heart attack. The study, led by Simon Graff at Aarhus University, found that the overall risk of developing atrial fibrillation within 30 days of a bereavement was 41 per... Read more
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