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June 18, 2012
If you use your force and dream big, you can achieve anything. We may be small but we are mighty.
"Little Darth Vader" Max Page • In a statement following his successful open-heart surgery on Saturday. The seven year old, famous for his appearance in a Force-inspired Volkswagen Passat ad, suffers from Tetralogy of Fallot, a congenital heart disease that has caused him to require multiple heart surgeries since his diagnosis at three months of age. However, thanks to his most recent procedure, Page may not find himself in need of another procedure until he’s 22. source (viafollow)
17:24 // 1 year ago
March 11, 2012
So we basically have no idea what to think about this. Note that the sample size of this study is fairly small. Despite this, researchers are intrigued and plan to look into this more. Notable comment on this story: "That is a bunch of hooey. I live in the south with a lot of people taking propanalol for their blood pressure and they are as much a racist as they were before they took it. Case closed."

So we basically have no idea what to think about this. Note that the sample size of this study is fairly small. Despite this, researchers are intrigued and plan to look into this more. Notable comment on this story: "That is a bunch of hooey. I live in the south with a lot of people taking propanalol for their blood pressure and they are as much a racist as they were before they took it. Case closed."

21:41 // 2 years ago
March 7, 2011

New research may foreshadow leap in heart disease prevention

  • 13 gene regions linked to heart disease by scientific research source

» Cracking the heart disease code: As anybody with a family history, or personal history of heart disease knows, it’s a frightening and pervasive concern. It should come as thrilling news, then, that a group of scientists believe they’ve located thirteen different gene regions that may indicate a vulnerability to heart attack. Though the knowledge is admittedly limited, and is likely years from practical application in a doctor’s office, advancements like these are what give us hope for a brighter, healthier future, with fewer people unexpectedly dropping dead.

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15:02 // 3 years ago