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Man Dies of Heart Attack While Watching Avatar 2, Cardiologists on What Could Have Gone Wrong

Man Dies of Heart Attack While Watching Avatar 2, Cardiologists on What Could Have Gone Wrong

Sudden cardiac death is becoming more and more common as people drop dead while dancing in movies, driving vehicles and even during their wedding ceremonies. According to media reports, a man from Kakinada district in Andhra Pradesh died of a heart attack while watching James Cameron’s Avatar 2 with his younger brother. He collapsed in …

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Severe COVID looks scary like old age in human brain, study finds

Severe COVID looks scary like old age in human brain, study finds

Severe COVID-19 looks frighteningly like old age in the human brain, according to post-mortem analysis of 54 healthy and infected individuals. The study authors say their research is the first to link COVID-19 to molecular signatures of brain aging. “We observed that gene expression in the brain tissue of deceased COVID-19 patients closely resembled that …

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New subvariants, holiday gatherings may bring more COVID, but experts don't expect big surge

New subvariants, holiday gatherings may bring more COVID, but experts don’t expect big surge

As millions of Americans travel to reunite with friends and family over the coming days, chances are COVID-19 will follow. Experts expect Thanksgiving gatherings to stir up social media and give new coronavirus subvariants new pockets of vulnerable people to infect. As a result, cases and hospitalizations may increase after the holidays, as they have …

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New subvariants, holiday gatherings may bring more COVID, but experts don't expect big surge

New subvariants, holiday gatherings may bring more COVID, but experts don’t expect big surge

As millions of Americans travel to reunite with friends and family over the coming days, chances are COVID-19 will follow. Experts expect Thanksgiving gatherings to stir up social media and give new coronavirus subvariants new pockets of vulnerable people to infect. As a result, cases and hospitalizations may increase after the holidays, as they have …

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