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MAY 2017

Aspirin not an effective treatment for atrial fibrillation, study suggests.

New research suggests that aspirin may not be as effective as previously believed for treating patients with atrial fibrillation. In fact, for patients who had a catheter ablation to lower their risk of stroke, the risks of using aspirin may outweigh the benefits.

Atrial fibrillation (A-fib) is a common heart condition in which the heart beats irregularly. A-fib affects more than 2.7 million people in the United States and, if left untreated, the condition can lead to more serious cardiovascular events - such as stroke, blood clots, or even heart failure.

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APR 2017

Are you a chocaholic? Your genes could be to blame

Burgers, fries, chocolate - we know these foods are bad for our health. So why are some of us incapable of cutting them from our diets? A new study suggests that our genes may be responsible. Researchers from Spain have identified certain gene variants that influence a person's food preferences, such as a liking for chocolate and high-fat foods.

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JUL 2017

Epigenetics between the generations: We inherit more than just genes

We are more than the sum of our genes. Epigenetic mechanisms modulated by environmental cues such as diet, disease or our lifestyle take a major role in regulating the DNA by switching genes on and off. It has been long debated if epigenetic modifications accumulated throughout the entire life can cross the border of generations and be inherited to children or even grand children.

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APR 2017

Psoriasis and pregnancy: Effects, symptoms changes, and treatments

Psoriasis shouldn't affect a woman's ability to get pregnant and have a baby. However, women with this autoimmune disorder may need to change their treatment plan while pregnant or breastfeeding. While psoriasis has not been found to affect pregnancy, pregnancy may affect psoriasis. Most women experience a reduction in psoriasis symptoms during pregnancy. However, some experience no change and others experience a worsening of symptoms.

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