JACKSONVILLE, Fla – Running back Ryquell Armstead is nearing completion. That will come when he takes the field for the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. It’s been two years since Armstead played in an NFL game, and he’s had to overcome a lot, including a battle with COVID-19 and myocarditis, whichRead More →

Seasoned broadcaster Charlie Bird has revealed he received hundreds of cards and letters from the public after publicly announcing he was diagnosed with motor neuron disease. The former RTÉ reporter appeared on The Late Late Show two weeks ago alongside his wife Claire who spoke about her recent life-limiting diagnosis.Read More →

The Peterborough Phoenix ice hockey team raises money for a defibrillator at Planet Ice. Following Christian Eriksen’s near-fatal cardiac arrest during the Euro 2020 football tournament, the Peterborough Phoenix ice hockey team decided to raise money for a defibrillator. The team members found him close to home because one ofRead More →

SCOTTISH patient organization calls for change to tackle ‘postcode lottery’ for access to treatment for heart disease that is shortening life expectancy. Highlighting regional disparities and the impact of the pandemic on access to treatment, Heart Valve Voice brought the report’s findings to the attention of MSPs. Affecting blood flowRead More →

There was absolutely no warning before the seizure. One moment I was trying to open a door and I felt a little weak, and the next thing I knew I was taken to the hospital by an ambulance. I lost almost an hour of memory and have no recollection ofRead More →

A MATTER OF TIME: People taking the less accurate three-hour test would have to wait longer in the hospital, putting them at risk for disease, according to study by NTUH By Wu Liang-yi / Journalist An international study conducted by the National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH) found that one-hour testsRead More →

By American Heart Association News, Health Day reporter (Health day) WEDNESDAY, Nov. 24, 2021 (American Heart Association News) – On a day of exaggerated and gender-revealing parties, Traci Poore was different. She and her first husband didn’t want to know if they were going to have a boy or aRead More →

insight partners – logo Medical Imaging Tools To Significantly Contribute To Artificial Intelligence In Healthcare Diagnostics Market Over The Period 2020-2027 NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, Nov. 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to Insight Partners’ latest study on Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Diagnostics Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID Impact- 19Read More →

November marks National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, and I think we can all agree that there is still a long way to go to combat this horrific disease. This year, the Alzheimer’s Association is urging families to be proactive about the difficult but critically important conversations that must take place whenRead More →

The pharmaceutical company announced the launch of Spirofy, the first portable wireless pneumotache-based spirometer in India. With this launch, Cipla intends to revolutionize the diagnosis of obstructive airway diseases (OAM), in line with its ambition to strengthen its position as the lung leader in India. Spirofy is India’s first portableRead More →

November 15, 2021 3 minutes to read Source / Disclosures Published by: Source: Sanyal AJ. Main results of the NIMBLE stage 1-NASH CRN study of circulating biomarkers of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and its activity and stage of fibrosis. Presented at: The Liver Meeting Digital Experience; 12-15 Nov 2021 (virtual meeting). Disclosures:Read More →

TUESDAY, Nov. 2, 2021 (HealthDay News) – Chest pain or discomfort can extend beyond the chest, and patients with this pain should seek immediate medical attention, according to a clinical practice guideline issued by the ‘American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology and published online Oct. 28 inRead More →

Choi Sung Bong admitted to falsifying her cancer diagnosis and issued a public apology following the issue. After months of insisting that he suffered from different types of cancer, former “Korea’s Got Talent” contestant Choi Sung Bong confessed that he had faked his illness. In the apology statement released byRead More →

It is estimated that there are over 250,000 people in England and Wales with ME / CFS, with around 2.4 times more women affected than men. The guideline covers all aspects of ME / CFS in children, youth and adults, from its identification and evaluation before and after diagnosis toRead More →

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Detecting breast cancer early can help save the patient’s life. Read here to learn more about this type of cancer. Breast cancer awareness month: it’s important to be aware of changes in your breasts October is considered Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Some factors that increase theRead More →

There is no celebrity nicer than Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston according to many of her followers. It’s a wonder how she was able to grow up in the spotlight and still acts so down-to-earth and relatable. Her high school follows this notion as she struggled with bullying and other issuesRead More →

Middlesbrough star Sol Bamba sent a poignant message of best wishes to David Brooks after the Bournemouth midfielder revealed he was diagnosed with cancer. Brooks revealed on Wednesday he has stage 2 Hodgkin lymphoma, but said the prognosis was positive as he prepared to start treatment next week. Hodgkin lymphomaRead More →

was diagnosed with lung cancer is pure fluke, but he uses his story as an opportunity to remind others not to skip their routine physical exams or other doctor’s appointments. The actor, best known for his Emmy-winning performance as Dr. Nathan Katowski in the NBC family drama It’s us, willRead More →

Highlights of the Global Mobile Monitoring Diagnostic Medical Equipment Market Report: The Global Mobile Monitoring Diagnostic Medical Equipment Market The 2021 to 2027 report is nothing but a crucial source of cost-effective information and comprehensive data needed to build valuable business strategies for industry vendors. The Mobile Monitoring Diagnostic MedicalRead More →

No cure for being human (and other truths I need to hear) by Kate Bowler | Random penguin house; September 28 Behind the gray sofa in Kate Bowler’s office is a sign that reads: “You are my bucket list.” At first glance, it seems like your average cheeky Target-esque signRead More →

heart disease which has prevented him from participating in certain sports, but has competed successfully on the track.” title=”Luke Furtick during track training at Swansea High School on Tuesday May 11, 2021. Furtick suffers from heart disease which has prevented him from participating in certain sports, but has competed successfullyRead More →

As America continues to battle the effects of COVID-19, the 2020 fall college football season remains uncertain as players and even entire conferences have pulled out. Unfortunately for Georgia State first-year quarterback Mikele Colasurdo, the virus made that decision for him. >> Subscribe to Sports Spectrum Magazine for more storiesRead More →

Not too long ago, former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight number one contender Dan Hardy spoke of hanging up the gloves at the end of his 2013 fight campaign. See why here. Now that he’s been diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome (also known as “Wolf Heart”), a condition that brought himRead More →