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June 6, 2013Learn CPR before Chicago Cubs game June 10
You can help save a life
June 4, 2013Binge drinking may put young people at risk for heart disease
Blood vessels show changes that may predict cardiovascular problems
May 21, 2013Gender’s role in development of heart disease
Changes in heart, which occur long before symptoms, may be key to early diagnosis and treatment
May 20, 2013Do men’s and women’s hearts burn fuel differently?
UIC receives grant to study gender differences in heart’s metabolism
May 14, 2013With pilot grants, researchers can test ideas
Center for Clinical and Translational Science selected six research projects for funding in 2013
February 19, 2013Cardiovascular disease from the inside
Xiaoping Du exemplifies the UIC ideal: superb scholarship with tremendous potential.
February 12, 2013Focus on the heart
By seventh grade, E. Douglas Lewandowski knew he wanted to be either a scientist, a point guard or a center fielder. Science won.
November 7, 2012Latinos at risk for cardiovascular disease
Hispanics and Latinos living in the U.S. are highly likely to have several major cardiovascular disease risk factors, such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes and smoking, according to a new, large-scale study.
October 10, 2012Developing a blood test for heart failure
Samuel Dudley is developing a diagnostic blood test that could help save the lives of patients who come to the ER with heart failure.
February 23, 2012Naked Mole-Rats Bear Lifesaving Clues
Could blind, buck-toothed, finger-sized naked mole-rats harbor in their brain cells a survival secret that might lead to better heart attack or stroke treatments?