Placenta’s Hidden Mysteries Revealed in MRI Study

FRIDAY, May 29, 2020 — MRI imaging has uncovered key differences in blood flow to the placenta in pregnant women who are healthy and those with preeclampsia. That could help explain why babies born to mothers with preeclampsia — dangerously high blood pressure during pregnancy — are often smaller and premature, according to researchers at […]

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AHA News: Inherited High Cholesterol May Be Common in People With Heart Disease

FRIDAY, May 29, 2020 (American Heart Association News) — An inherited disorder that causes high cholesterol early in life appears to affect about 25 million people worldwide, but it is especially common among people with cardiovascular disease, new research suggests. The findings, published Friday in the American Heart Association journal Circulation, “make a strong case” […]

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