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Euro2020: Christian Eriksen Collapses Due to Cardiac Arrest
Christian Eriksen, a 29-year-old football player for Denmark, recently collapsed in front of tens of thousands of spectators during the Euro2020 match between Denmark and Finland. Doctors have confirmed that he suffered cardiac arrest and was revived with an electrical shock. According toRead more
Primary electrical disorders: between ECG and genes
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Postoperative atrial fibrillation: risk factors, predictive scores and prevention
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12th Annual Emirates Cardiac Society Conference 2021
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So You Think You Got Microchipped? Prove It!
People around the world are getting the COVID-19 vaccine. There are four main options out there for those who want to be vaccinated - the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, the Moderna vaccine, the on-and-off Astra Zeneca vaccine and the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. While mosRead more
The Dilemma of Using Location-Based Terms for COVID-19 Variants
With the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in India, talks of the “Indian variant” have been circulating over social media. However, this has offended the Indian government who is demanding that references to the Indian variant in media should be removed as it hurts the country’s image and is also notRead more
Why Do We Keep Ignoring the World’s Leading Killer?
High blood pressure is the world’s leading killer. It will kill more people than COVID-19, and, in usual circumstances, more than all infectious diseases combined. However, very little coverage or importance is given to this deadly condition, even though high blood pressure is a preventable risk faRead more
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