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Implantable Insulin Management for Type 1 Diabetics

Implantable Insulin Management for Type 1 Diabetics

by Gabrielle Taylor January 24, 2018

The implantable device may be able to generate insulin much like a healthy pancreas.

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Turn your health around in the new year

Turn your health around in the new year

by Gabrielle Taylor January 10, 2018

Finally, some good news: you can turn your health around, even once you’ve reached middle-age.

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3D Printing Helping Heart Surgeons

3D Printing Helping Heart Surgeons

by Gabrielle Taylor December 13, 2017

With the help of 3D printing, combined with other more traditional methods of examination, Doctors at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit are conquering difficult operations that were once prone to postoperative complications.

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Heart Study: All you need is a watch and a phone

Heart Study: All you need is a watch and a phone

by Gabrielle Taylor December 06, 2017

Apple has, just this week, launched an Apple Heart Study with the release of the Heart Study app. All you need is an Apple Watch and an iPhone to participate.

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Lack of sleep linked to lifelong health issues

Lack of sleep linked to lifelong health issues

by Gabrielle Taylor November 30, 2017

Hypertension: with increasing prevalence, it is now a major health concern all over the world. And sleep could help you prevent suffering from it!

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E-Cigarettes Not So Safe

E-Cigarettes Not So Safe

by Gabrielle Taylor November 22, 2017

According to a recent study, e-cigarettes may impair heart muscle function.

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ECG Test vs. Blood Test for Heart Attacks

ECG Test vs. Blood Test for Heart Attacks

by Gabrielle Taylor October 05, 2017

ECG tests for heart attacks are widely considered the norm, but recent studies out of London suggest that a simple blood test may be a more effective option for detection and swift treatment.

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Want to know how well you are REALLY ageing? Read on!

Want to know how well you are REALLY ageing? Read on!

by Gabrielle Taylor September 21, 2017

Here at SCHILLER Australia, we have some fantastic news! You may not be as old as your birth certificate says you are…

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Need an Ultrasound? There's an app for that!

Need an Ultrasound? There's an app for that!

by Gabrielle Taylor September 14, 2017

A recent clinical trial has demonstrated that the camera on your smartphone can noninvasively provide detailed information about your heart’s health.

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Is standing the new smoking?

Is standing the new smoking?

by Gabrielle Taylor September 07, 2017

Stand-up desks have taken off recently as part of a new trend to promote healthy living and prevent workers from sitting for an entire work shift. However, it is now believed that predominantly standing all day can in fact have a detrimental effect on people’s health.

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Inflammation linked to Heart Disease

Inflammation linked to Heart Disease

by Gabrielle Taylor August 31, 2017

A drug that fights inflammation can reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes in people who have already had one heart attack and are at high risk for another, a new study finds.

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Could this be the Gold standard in wearables?

Could this be the Gold standard in wearables?

by Gabrielle Taylor August 23, 2017

With an aim to reduce the bulky health sensors that are currently used by practitioners, scientists have created a super-thin wearable that has the ability to record data through skin.

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New devices to fight pain without addiction

New devices to fight pain without addiction

by Gabrielle Taylor August 02, 2017

As a response to the soaring numbers of individuals that suffer from addiction to prescription medication, one clinical trial is trying to alleviate the need for drugs such as fentanyl for back pain in particular.

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Workout to relieve work stress

Workout to relieve work stress

by Gabrielle Taylor July 19, 2017

Have you been feeling stressed lately? A recent study suggests there is one key thing you can do this afternoon to help!

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MORE salt gets the green light

MORE salt gets the green light

by Gabrielle Taylor April 06, 2017

The former president of the World Heart Federation has recently warned that guidelines on salt intake are too low and may be increasing your risk of a fatal heart attack.

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Dear Women, you need more sleep!

Dear Women, you need more sleep!

by Gabrielle Taylor March 29, 2017

All the tired ladies: it's official, you don’t need to be sorry for needing more sleep than your male counterparts!

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Bad news for Avocado lovers

Bad news for Avocado lovers

by Gabrielle Taylor March 10, 2017

A recent study suggests you might just be at risk of health problems if you happen to overindulge in the not-so-good stuff.

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Are your painkillers killing you?

Are your painkillers killing you?

by Gabrielle Taylor February 23, 2017

As a consumer, you’re probably aware of some of the side effects of your common over-the-counter pain killers. You take precautionary methods to protect yourself, such as only ever taking ibuprofen with food to avoid stomach ulcers. But what about the side effects you can’t prevent with a little lining of the stomach?

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Snoring: Bad for sleep, bad for health

Snoring: Bad for sleep, bad for health

by Gabrielle Taylor February 16, 2017

Snoring is often an annoying factor when it comes to sleeping with a partner, but what if snoring was responsible for more than the odd slap on the back in the middle of the night?

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How to: Grow a New Heart

How to: Grow a New Heart

by Gabrielle Taylor February 08, 2017

The new research is set to help patients who have suffered a heart attack or genetic defects by helping to replace damaged tissues through new growth.

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Stress less, or risk heart attack

Stress less, or risk heart attack

by Gabrielle Taylor January 25, 2017

We all know that stress has never been a good thing for our health, and now a recent study has revealed a link between stress and an increased risk of heart attack.

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Lessons in organ-building inspired by Jellyfish

Lessons in organ-building inspired by Jellyfish

by Gabrielle Taylor October 27, 2016

Following his breakthrough realisation, Parker returned to his lab with the view to build a jellyfish-inspired robot, powered by muscles made of living heart cells from a rat.

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Red wine gets another tick

Red wine gets another tick

by Catherine Packer July 21, 2016

With another positive outcome from a recent study, a glass of red wine receives a big tick as apart of a healthy lifestyle.

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How does your blood pressure measure up?

How does your blood pressure measure up?

by Catherine Packer March 02, 2016

Recent research in America and Australia has found that we may need to tighten blood pressure guidelines to further reduce the risk of stroke, heart failure & kidney disease.

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