Study shows reduced risk of bleeding with modern blood thinners

Modern blood-thinning drugs (known as NOACs) reduce the risk of serious bleeding by up to 45% compared to the traditional drug Waran (warfarin) in the treatment of blood clots in the legs and lungs. All according to a comprehensive ...


Q&A: Experts discuss pros, cons of new Alzheimer's drug

Patient care teams are preparing to offer lecanemab, a new Alzheimer's disease treatment expected to soon receive approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), to patients in the coming months.


PAD: The other arterial disease

The body has two types of artery systems: the coronary artery system, which relates to the heart, and peripheral artery system, which involves the arteries carrying oxygenated blood to the arms, legs and brain.

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