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African-American Infants More Likely to Suffer Cardiac Arrest

Findings of a recent study presented at the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Resuscitation Science Symposium 2018 suggest that Black infants may face higher cardiac arrest rates than Hispanic and white children, reports AHA. Cardiac arrest is the abrupt loss of heart function in individuals—regardless of whether they have been diagnosed with heart disease, according to… Read More »

AstraZeneca chief says Europe should pay more for drugs—and the U.S. should pay less

President Donald Trump has routinely bashed “global freeloading” on pharmaceuticals, and his administration last month unveiled a plan to try and lower some U.S. drug prices to international levels. Now, a top pharma CEO says he’s right—at least in principle. In an interview with Bloomberg TV, AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot said a “readjustment” of prices,… Read More »

Fasted Workouts: When They’re More Effective (and How I Incorporate Them)

Fasted workouts are a controversial topic in the fitness world. To some, the idea of working out without “carbing up” or doing the pre-workout protein shake is unthinkable. Won’t my performance suffer? Won’t my muscles shrink? Won’t my body think I’m in the middle of some horrible famine and go into starvation mode? To others, fasted… Read More »