Aspirin use linked with increased risk of heart failure: Study


Aspirin use was associated with an increased risk of heart failure: a study & nbsp | & nbsp Image source: & nbspiStock Images Brussels: According to new research, taking aspirin is associated with a 26% increased risk of heart failure. Other factors associated with it are smoking, obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The results of this research have been published in the ESC Heart Failure Journal. Said study author Dr. Blerim Mujage from the University

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Brain Structure Changes Linked to Manic Episodes in Bipolar Disorder


Bipolar disorder (BD) is a debilitating mental disorder characterized by volatile periods of depression and mania. Researchers have long suspected that Behçet’s disease may be accompanied by abnormal structural and functional changes in the brain. Small CT brain imaging studies of people with Behçet’s disease have shown hints about these changes, but the ability to interpret data collected at a single time point is limited. Now, a multicenter, longitudinal study shows abnormal changes over time in the brains of people

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