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Watching Too Much TV Is Bad for You, Even If You Also Exercise - TIME



TIME
 
Watching Too Much TV Is Bad for You, Even If You Also Exercise 
TIME
The more time you spend watching television, the greater your risk may be for blood clots, according to a new study ? even if you get plenty of exercise. The research underscores the dangers of sitting too long, the authors say, and suggests that ...
Too much TV viewing linked to a higher risk of blood clots | Inquirer ... Inquirer.net
Watching TV for too long may double blood clot The Hans India
Watching TV for Too Long Can Increase Risk of Blood Clots Netralnews

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UCR researchers lead breakthrough in blood clot research - Highlander Newspaper



UCR researchers lead breakthrough in blood clot research 
Highlander Newspaper
enough, leading to internal bleeding, and clotting too much and blocking blood flow. So far, scientists have a good understanding about how and why blood clots form, but very little is known about how they regulate themselves in perfect sizes to ...

 


More TV viewing linked to higher risk of blood clots in veins - Medical News Today



Medical News Today
 
More TV viewing linked to higher risk of blood clots in veins 
Medical News Today
The new findings are to feature at the American Heart Association's (AHA) Scientific Sessions 2017, held this week in Anaheim, CA. Researchers have already linked the amount of time spent watching TV to risk of heart disease that develops from blood ...
Risks for blood clot in a vein may rise with increased TV viewing EurekAlert (press release)
Prolonged TV Viewing May Double Blood Clot Risk: Add Turmeric and Garlic to Your Diet to Cut the Risk NDTV
Binge-Watching Could Increase Risk For Blood Clots 9&10 News
Xinhua  -Netdoctor  -Daily Mail 
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How blood clots shrink ? and why - University of California



University of California
 
How blood clots shrink ? and why 
University of California
Blood clotting is the ?Jekyll and Hyde? of biological processes. It's a lifesaver when you're bleeding, but gone awry, it causes heart attacks, strokes and other serious medical problems. If a clot grows too big, pieces dislodged by blood flow (emboli ...

 


THSNA Summit 2018 - National Blood Clot Alliance (press release)



THSNA Summit 2018 
National Blood Clot Alliance (press release)
The Thrombosis and Hemostasis Societies of North America (THSNA) will hold its 4th comprehensive scientific meeting dedicated to thrombosis and hemostasis issues in San Diego, California, from March 8-10, 2018, including a Pre-Summit Workshop Day ...

 


How and why blood clots shrink | EurekAlert! Science News - EurekAlert (press release)



EurekAlert (press release)
 
How and why blood clots shrink | EurekAlert! Science News 
EurekAlert (press release)
In an article published in Nature Communications, researchers at the University of California, Riverside and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine ...

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November e-Newsletter | Thankful for You - National Blood Clot Alliance (press release)



National Blood Clot Alliance (press release)
 
November e-Newsletter | Thankful for You 
National Blood Clot Alliance (press release)
... presented by NBCA MASAB member Dr. Jeffrey Kline; Visit NBCA's suite of new educational materials that we developed in collaboration with IPRO to help patients understand how bleeding and clotting risks are managed when undergoing surgery.

 


Can too much TV watching bring blood clots? Research shows ... - Sacramento Bee



Sacramento Bee
 
Can too much TV watching bring blood clots? Research shows ... 
Sacramento Bee
Prolonged sedentary television watching can increase the risk of suffering from blood clots increases, even if people get the recommended amount of physical ...

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Blood clots to leaking guts: 27 ways to die from extreme heatwaves - Reuters



Blood clots to leaking guts: 27 ways to die from extreme heatwaves 
Reuters
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Deadly heatwaves are more lethal than you may think. They kill in at least 27 ways, from blood clots to leaking guts, ...

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OU team travels to Germany to share research, promote collaboration - News at OU



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OU team travels to Germany to share research, promote collaboration 
News at OU
?The poster was about plasminogen activator inhibitor-1, otherwise known as PAI-1, which is a protein that plays an important role in regulating blood clot formation,? Johnston said. ?Elevated levels of PAI-1 in mammalian blood causes an impaired ...