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The Sacramento Bee
1 minute of hard exercise may be as good as 45 minutes of moderate exerciseshow that you can get big benefits from even a single minute of intense exercis
1 minute of hard exercise may be as good as 45 minutes of moderate exercise
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 12 hours ago
show that you can get big benefits from even a single minute of intense exercise. Martin Gibala, professor of kinesiology at McMaster University So scientists at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, who had themselves conducted many of those... Read more
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CBC.ca
The 1 minute workout: how to get fit in 60 seconds — studyexercise is just one minute of your time. But, it's a really intense minute.
The 1 minute workout: how to get fit in 60 seconds — study
CBC.ca / Posted 21 hours ago
exercise is just one minute of your time. But, it's a really intense minute. Martin Gabala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University, says that's all it takes. And, he says he has the research to prove it. Below, is an edited and... Read more
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CBC.ca
Company behind problem-plagued SAMS software wins $32M contract to fix itis expecting its own independent report tracking continuing problems with SAMS,
Company behind problem-plagued SAMS software wins $32M contract to fix it
CBC.ca / Posted 2 days ago
is expecting its own independent report tracking continuing problems with SAMS, now being undertaken by Wayne Lewchuk at McMaster University. Lewchuk will be visiting job sites next month, but a sneak peak at the results of a survey... Read more
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Newsmax
1 Minute of Hard Exercise as Good as 45 Minutes? Yes, Says New Studyaccording to a recent study. "This is a very time-efficient workout strategy,"
1 Minute of Hard Exercise as Good as 45 Minutes? Yes, Says New Study
Newsmax / Posted 2 days ago
according to a recent study. "This is a very time-efficient workout strategy," Martin Gibala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University and lead author of the study, said in a statement. "Brief bursts of intense exercise are remarkably... Read more
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The Huffington Post
The Perfect Workout For People Who Don’t Have Time To Workoutcite 'lack of time' as the main reason for not being active", study co-author M
The Perfect Workout For People Who Don’t Have Time To Workout
The Huffington Post / Posted 2 days ago
cite 'lack of time' as the main reason for not being active", study co-author Martin Gibala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, said in a statement. "Our study shows that an interval-based approach can be more... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Just one minute of intense exercise may keep you fitworkout strategy. Brief bursts of intense exercise are remarkably effective," s
Just one minute of intense exercise may keep you fit
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
workout strategy. Brief bursts of intense exercise are remarkably effective," said lead author Martin Gibala, professor at McMaster University in Canada. Scientists set out to determine how sprint interval training (SIT) compared to... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
60 seconds of intense exercise may have same benefits of 45-minute mellow workoutwith periods of rest, and offers a solution for time-strapped people looking to
60 seconds of intense exercise may have same benefits of 45-minute mellow workout
Houston Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
with periods of rest, and offers a solution for time-strapped people looking to get fit. For the study, scientists at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, tracked 27 out-of-shape young men without a regular exercise schedule. First,... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
60 seconds of intense exercise may have same benefits of 45-minute mellow workoutwith periods of rest, and offers a solution for time-strapped people looking to
60 seconds of intense exercise may have same benefits of 45-minute mellow workout
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
with periods of rest, and offers a solution for time-strapped people looking to get fit. For the study, scientists at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, tracked 27 out-of-shape young men without a regular exercise schedule. First,... Read more
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CTV News
No time to exercise? Researchers say it only takes minutesdon’t have enough time to exercise? A new study suggests you probably do, becau
No time to exercise? Researchers say it only takes minutes
CTV News / Posted 3 days ago
don’t have enough time to exercise? A new study suggests you probably do, because all you need is 10 minutes. Researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont. have found that a total of 60 seconds of intense exercise – and we mean very intense... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate workout, study saysand the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate workout, study says
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 3 days ago
and the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said Martin Gibala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University. “If you are an elite athlete, then obviously incorporating both endurance and interval training into... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate workout, study saysand the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate workout, study says
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 3 days ago
and the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said Martin Gibala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University. “If you are an elite athlete, then obviously incorporating both endurance and interval training into... Read more
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CTV News
No time to exercise? Researchers say it only takes minutesdon’t have enough time to exercise? A new study suggests you probably do, becau
No time to exercise? Researchers say it only takes minutes
CTV News / Posted 3 days ago
don’t have enough time to exercise? A new study suggests you probably do, because all you need is 10 minutes. Researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont. have found that a total of 60 seconds of intense exercise – and we mean very intense... Read more
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Newsmax
Got 10 Minutes? Get a Good Workoutcite 'lack of time' as the main reason for not being active," said study author
Got 10 Minutes? Get a Good Workout
Newsmax / Posted 3 days ago
cite 'lack of time' as the main reason for not being active," said study author Martin Gibala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. "Our study shows that an interval-based [intense] approach can be more efficient... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate...and the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate...
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 3 days ago
and the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said Martin Gibala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University. “If you are an elite athlete, then obviously incorporating both endurance and interval training into... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate...and the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate...
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 3 days ago
and the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said Martin Gibala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University. “If you are an elite athlete, then obviously incorporating both endurance and interval training into... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate...and the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate...
Dayton Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
and the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said Martin Gibala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University. “If you are an elite athlete, then obviously incorporating both endurance and interval training into... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate...and the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said
One minute all-out exercise is better than longer moderate...
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 3 days ago
and the mid-level rate. “It depends on who you are and why you exercise,” said Martin Gibala, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University. “If you are an elite athlete, then obviously incorporating both endurance and interval training into... Read more
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Medical News Today
Fit in 60 seconds: how 1 minute of intense exercise can boost healthintense cycling three times a week showed significant health benefits. Lead au
Fit in 60 seconds: how 1 minute of intense exercise can boost health
Medical News Today / Posted 3 days ago
intense cycling three times a week showed significant health benefits. Lead author Martin Gibala, professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, and colleagues recently published their findings in the journal PLOS One. The... Read more
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New Kerala
One minute of intense exercise can keep you in shape - newkerala.com #55579is a very time-efficient workout strategy," said lead author on the study Marti
One minute of intense exercise can keep you in shape - newkerala.com #55579
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
is a very time-efficient workout strategy," said lead author on the study Martin Gibala, professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. "Brief bursts of intense exercise are remarkably effective," Gibala said. The... Read more
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New Kerala
Even 1-minute of intense exercise can make difference - newkerala.com #55479just thinking about the workout, boy, does science have good news for you: You
Even 1-minute of intense exercise can make difference - newkerala.com #55479
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
just thinking about the workout, boy, does science have good news for you: You can be fit in just 60 seconds! Researchers at McMaster University have found that a single minute of very intense exercise produces health benefits similar to longer,... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
NHS recruits renowned diagnostic imaging expertdelivering leading-edge radiological services to patients. Dobranowski is an a
NHS recruits renowned diagnostic imaging expert
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 4 days ago
delivering leading-edge radiological services to patients. Dobranowski is an associate professor of diagnostic imaging at McMaster University. He is the provincial lead for the cancer imaging program at Cancer Care Ontario and provincial lead... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
NHS recruits renowned diagnostic imaging expertdelivering leading-edge radiological services to patients. Dobranowski is an a
NHS recruits renowned diagnostic imaging expert
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 4 days ago
delivering leading-edge radiological services to patients. Dobranowski is an associate professor of diagnostic imaging at McMaster University. He is the provincial lead for the cancer imaging program at Cancer Care Ontario and provincial lead... Read more
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Welland Tribune
NHS recruits renowned diagnostic imaging expertdelivering leading-edge radiological services to patients. Dobranowski is an a
NHS recruits renowned diagnostic imaging expert
Welland Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
delivering leading-edge radiological services to patients. Dobranowski is an associate professor of diagnostic imaging at McMaster University. He is the provincial lead for the cancer imaging program at Cancer Care Ontario and provincial lead... Read more
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Daily Mail
A MINUTE of exercise could be all you need, new study findsshort bursts of intense exercise produce similar results to traditional longer-
A MINUTE of exercise could be all you need, new study finds
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
short bursts of intense exercise produce similar results to traditional longer-duration workouts. According to the team at McMaster University, 'all out' workouts adding up to just 60 seconds within a 10-minute session can improve insulin... Read more
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Psych Central
Mice Study Suggests Link between Gut Bacteria and Risk of PTSD, Mood Disordersbrain responds to stressful situations. Dr. John Bienenstock and Dr. Paul Fors
Mice Study Suggests Link between Gut Bacteria and Risk of PTSD, Mood Disorders
Psych Central / Posted 5 days ago
brain responds to stressful situations. Dr. John Bienenstock and Dr. Paul Forsythe — who work in the Brain-Body Institute at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada believe gut bacteria could be used to cure or prevent neurological conditions such... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers find strong possibility of preventing, curing neurological conditions using gut bacteria(ONR) think that's a strong possibility. Dr. John Bienenstock and Dr. Paul For
Researchers find strong possibility of preventing, curing neurological conditions using gut bacteria
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 days ago
(ONR) think that's a strong possibility. Dr. John Bienenstock and Dr. Paul Forsythe--who work in The Brain-Body Institute at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada--are investigating intestinal bacteria and their effect on the human brain and... Read more
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CBC.ca
Colabello PED a product of former East German athletic factorywould help in recovery, that's its main form in this type of sport," said Dr. S
Colabello PED a product of former East German athletic factory
CBC.ca / Posted 9 days ago
would help in recovery, that's its main form in this type of sport," said Dr. Stuart Phillips, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University. While body builders use the drug to gain a little bit of muscle, Phillips said its benefit for a... Read more
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CBC.ca
WestJet hits turbulence on its 20th anniversarycare of passengers. "WestJet stopped being a low-fare airline many years ago,"
WestJet hits turbulence on its 20th anniversary
CBC.ca / Posted 9 days ago
care of passengers. "WestJet stopped being a low-fare airline many years ago," said Marvyn Ryder, a professor of strategy at McMaster University. "Once it moved away from that low-fare brand, it became the brand of the airline that cares." Ryder... Read more
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Daily Mail
Frisky mammoths INTERBRED more than 10,000 years agoAn illustration of mammoths is shown A team of experts from a number of US and
Frisky mammoths INTERBRED more than 10,000 years ago
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
An illustration of mammoths is shown A team of experts from a number of US and Canadian the universities, led by experts at McMaster University and the American Museum of Natural History, analysed the teeth of woolly and Columbian... Read more
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CTV News
How to stay strong in adulthood? Eat protein often, study saysthroughout the day. The high-protein diet, outlined in a joint study by the Un
How to stay strong in adulthood? Eat protein often, study says
CTV News / Posted 10 days ago
throughout the day. The high-protein diet, outlined in a joint study by the University of Mississippi and researchers at McMaster University, could help stave off muscle and strength loss in aging adults. Researchers say the sweet spot is 30... Read more
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PhysOrg
DNA proves mammoths mated beyond species boundariessuggesting that what we formerly regarded as separate species are in fact not a
DNA proves mammoths mated beyond species boundaries
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
suggesting that what we formerly regarded as separate species are in fact not at all," explains Hendrik Poinar, a Professor at McMaster University in Canada, who co-led the new study with his former graduate student Jake Enk and collaborator Ross... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers achieve a first by coaxing molecules into assembling themselvesA micrograph of the crystal of a tellurazole oxide developed at McMaster Univer
Researchers achieve a first by coaxing molecules into assembling themselves
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
A micrograph of the crystal of a tellurazole oxide developed at McMaster University. Credit: Vargas Laboratory, McMaster University Imagine throwing Lego pieces into the air and seeing them fall to the ground assembled into the shape of a house or... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Channel Cats take to the long courseSeventeen members of the Orillia Channel Cats Swim Club recently competed at th
Channel Cats take to the long course
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 17 days ago
Seventeen members of the Orillia Channel Cats Swim Club recently competed at the HAC/MAC Meet at McMaster University. This event was offered as an extra opportunity to get some long-course (50-metre) racing in. "Long-course season has officially... Read more
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CBC.ca
Mulcair's weakness also his strength: he made NDP mainstreamwith Canadians," but many pointed the finger of blame directly at Mulcair. Pet
Mulcair's weakness also his strength: he made NDP mainstream
CBC.ca / Posted 21 days ago
with Canadians," but many pointed the finger of blame directly at Mulcair. Peter Graefe, a political science professor at McMaster University, said Mulcair faced a much different, and more difficult, political landscape than his predecessor,... Read more
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TSN
Co-founder of NHL/NHLPA substance abuse program under investigationa poor reflection on a system that is supposed to catch them and help them,” sa
Co-founder of NHL/NHLPA substance abuse program under investigation
TSN / Posted 22 days ago
a poor reflection on a system that is supposed to catch them and help them,” said Stuart Phillips, a kinesiology professor at McMaster University who studies doping in sports It's not known how long the California investigation of Dr. Lewis might... Read more
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TSN
Co-founder of NHL/NHLPA substance abuse program under investigation for care of Boogaarda poor reflection on a system that is supposed to catch them and help them,” sa
Co-founder of NHL/NHLPA substance abuse program under investigation for care of Boogaard
TSN / Posted 23 days ago
a poor reflection on a system that is supposed to catch them and help them,” said Stuart Phillips, a kinesiology professor at McMaster University who studies doping in sports It's not known how long the California investigation of Dr. Lewis might... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Juggling his way to the toparound that time, but then went off after high school to spent a year at Bible
Juggling his way to the top
Sarnia Observer / Posted 23 days ago
around that time, but then went off after high school to spent a year at Bible college in Toronto, followed by four years at McMaster University to earn a commerce degree. But he kept practising, and even learned to juggle knives while riding a... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Niagara band tours for Huntington’s researchGoold. The idea for the tour was sparked by Tam Maiuri, who works as a researc
Niagara band tours for Huntington’s research
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 23 days ago
Goold. The idea for the tour was sparked by Tam Maiuri, who works as a research scientist studying Huntington research at McMaster University. She also has family affected by the disease. "It makes it easier to cram into a van for ten hours at... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Niagara band tours for Huntington’s researchGoold. The idea for the tour was sparked by Tam Maiuri, who works as a researc
Niagara band tours for Huntington’s research
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 23 days ago
Goold. The idea for the tour was sparked by Tam Maiuri, who works as a research scientist studying Huntington research at McMaster University. She also has family affected by the disease. "It makes it easier to cram into a van for ten hours at... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Niagara band tours for Huntington’s researchGoold. The idea for the tour was sparked by Tam Maiuri, who works as a researc
Niagara band tours for Huntington’s research
Welland Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
Goold. The idea for the tour was sparked by Tam Maiuri, who works as a research scientist studying Huntington research at McMaster University. She also has family affected by the disease. "It makes it easier to cram into a van for ten hours at... Read more
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Wheels.ca
How Mexico was able to become an automotive superpoweravailable for moving into the country. But a study released this month by the
How Mexico was able to become an automotive superpower
Wheels.ca / Posted 24 days ago
available for moving into the country. But a study released this month by the Automotive Policy Research Centre at McMaster University is urging caution about charting the Mexican path. No one from the government has explicitly stated a... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Campus champsBelleville native Cindy Nelles is the female Athlete of the Year at McMaster Un
Campus champs
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 25 days ago
Belleville native Cindy Nelles is the female Athlete of the Year at McMaster University in Hamilton. Nelles, a graduate of St. Theresa Secondary School, put the wraps on an outstanding CIS women's rugby career in 2015 by captaining the Marauders... Read more
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WBNS-10TV Columbus
Correction: Heart Drugs-Prevention storystrategy were "seen in people from every part of the world," said study co-auth
Correction: Heart Drugs-Prevention story
WBNS-10TV Columbus / Posted 26 days ago
strategy were "seen in people from every part of the world," said study co-author Dr. Salim Yusuf, a professor of medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. "This is globally applicable." The research was published online Saturday in... Read more
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Boston Herald
Correction: Heart Drugs-Prevention storystrategy were "seen in people from every part of the world," said study co-auth
Correction: Heart Drugs-Prevention story
Boston Herald / Posted 26 days ago
strategy were "seen in people from every part of the world," said study co-author Dr. Salim Yusuf, a professor of medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. "This is globally applicable." The research was published online Saturday in... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Heart Drugs-Prevention storystrategy were "seen in people from every part of the world," said study co-auth
Heart Drugs-Prevention story
Hawaii News Now / Posted 26 days ago
strategy were "seen in people from every part of the world," said study co-author Dr. Salim Yusuf, a professor of medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. "This is globally applicable." The research was published online Saturday in... Read more
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Oregon Daily Emerald
Paleontologist Dr. Jack Horner (the inspiration for Alan Grant in ‘Jurassic Park’) to lecture about de-extinction182 Lillis Hall at 7 p.m. discussing the possibility of bringing back the wooly
Paleontologist Dr. Jack Horner (the inspiration for Alan Grant in ‘Jurassic Park’) to lecture about de-extinction
Oregon Daily Emerald / Posted 26 days ago
182 Lillis Hall at 7 p.m. discussing the possibility of bringing back the wooly mammoth. Professor of physical anthropology at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, Poinar is an expert in the wooly mammoth genome and believes that mammoths were... Read more
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Newsmax
Statins Benefit Lower Risk Patients: Global Studystrategy were "seen in people from every part of the world," said study co-auth
Statins Benefit Lower Risk Patients: Global Study
Newsmax / Posted 27 days ago
strategy were "seen in people from every part of the world," said study co-author Dr. Salim Yusuf, a professor of medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. "This is globally applicable." The research was published online Saturday in... Read more
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Japan Today
Global research sees statin benefits in lower risk patients ‹ Japan Todaystrategy were “seen in people from every part of the world,” said study co-auth
Global research sees statin benefits in lower risk patients ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 28 days ago
strategy were “seen in people from every part of the world,” said study co-author Dr. Salim Yusuf, a professor of medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. “This is globally applicable.” The research was published online Saturday in... Read more
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express
Simple solution that could slash heart disease and strokeseverywhere in the world Dr Salim Yusuf, McMaster University Dr Salim Yusuf, o
Simple solution that could slash heart disease and strokes
express / Posted 28 days ago
everywhere in the world Dr Salim Yusuf, McMaster University Dr Salim Yusuf, of the Population Health Research Institute at McMaster University, in Canada, said: “These are incredibly important findings with potential for significant global... Read more
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The Columbian
Global study sees benefits in statin drugsstrategy were “seen in people from every part of the world,” said study co-auth
Global study sees benefits in statin drugs
The Columbian / Posted 29 days ago
strategy were “seen in people from every part of the world,” said study co-author Dr. Salim Yusuf, a professor of medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. The research was published online Saturday in the New England Journal of... Read more
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