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Can a broken heart make you physically sick? New research

Broken heart syndrome isn’t really rare and it seems to affect a certain population segment.

By Walla!
10/11/2021

Heart inflammation caused by COVID vaccines mild and short-term - study

A new study examined 15 patients between the ages of 17 and 76 who developed heart inflammation after their first or second jab

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'Broken Heart Syndrome' on the rise, even before COVID pandemic - study

The condition, known as Takotsubo syndrome (TTS), is also referred to as stress-induced cardiomyopathy and has been proven to primarily affect middle aged women.

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New study finds: Coffee helps protect your heart

How does coffee affect your heart? A new study has found how many cups of coffee you should drink a day to keep your heart going

By Walla!
03/10/2021

J'lem synagogues to install hundreds of defibrillators for High Holidays

The defibrillators in question are automatic - meaning that they can be operated easily and independently, with no need for previous medical training.

Winning Israel’s battle for hearts and minds, literally

At Save a Child’s Heart, our mission is simple - to provide life-saving procedures for children suffering from heart disease who have little access to care in their own countries.

By SIMON FISHER
07/07/2021
Vials with Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine labels are seen in thi

COVID: Health Ministry finds some myocarditis cases linked to vaccines

“There is a likelihood of a connection between receiving a second dose of vaccine and the onset of myocarditis in young men aged 16-30."

02/06/2021

EMT gets call to save someone's life, turns out to be his father

Roi Ido's father, who is suffering from terminal heart disease, was revived with him by his side.

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Drug used to treat diabetes can reduce renal and cardiovascular mortality

As kidney damage and failure are increasingly common, deadly, and expensive, Farxiga, can help save the lives of those suffering from chronic kidney disease.

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