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FDA/CTP - William Neyer

Safety Tips: Store Loose Batteries in a Case

E-cigarettes/vaping 

If you vape, protect yourself by storing loose batteries in a case and away from metal objects.

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NCI

Meetings

NCI-CONNECT hosts meetings at NIH throughout the year to bring together worldwide leaders in neuro-oncology to advance knowledge and collaborations.

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NCI

VPH y el cáncer

El virus del papiloma humano (VPH) es un grupo de más de 200 virus relacionados que pueden causar varios tipos de cáncer, incluyendo el cáncer de cuello uterino, el cáncer de ano y el cáncer de orofaringe. Obtenga más información sobre cómo se transmite el VPH, los diferentes tipos de VPH y las vacunas para prevenirlo.

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NCI

NCI Director’s Innovation Award Past Recipients

Director’s Innovation Award Program list of past recipients from the Center for Cancer Research.

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NHLBI

Angina - Living With

heart  chest pain  blood flow  stable angina  unstable angina  microvascular angina  variant angina 

Angina is not a heart attack, but it is a signal that you are at greater risk of having a heart attack. The risk is higher if you have unstable angina. For this reason, it is important that you receive follow-up care, monitor your condition, and understand your condition so you know when to get medical help. Your doctor may recommend heart-healthy lifestyle changes and cardiac rehabilitation to help manage angina.

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NHLBI

Angina - Treatment

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Your doctor will decide on a treatment approach based on the type of angina you have, your symptoms, test results, and risk of complications. Unstable angina is a medical emergency that requires immediate treatment in a hospital. If your angina is stable and your symptoms are not getting worse, you may be able to control your angina with heart-healthy lifestyle changes and medicines. If lifestyle changes and medicines cannot control your angina, you may need a medical procedure to improve blood flow and relieve your angina.

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NHLBI

Angina - Diagnosis

heart  chest pain  blood flow  stable angina  unstable angina  microvascular angina  variant angina 

Your doctor may diagnose angina based on your medical history, a physical exam, and diagnostic tests and procedures. These tests can help assess whether you need immediate treatment for a heart attack. Some of these tests may help rule out other conditions.

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NHLBI

Angina - Signs, Symptoms, and Complications

heart  chest pain  blood flow  stable angina  unstable angina  microvascular angina  variant angina 

Signs and symptoms vary based on the type of angina you have and on whether you are a man or a woman. Angina symptoms can differ in severity, location in the body, timing, and how much relief you may feel with rest or medicines. Since symptoms of angina and of heart attack can be the same, call 9-1-1 if you feel chest discomfort that does not go away with rest or medicine. Angina can also lead to a heart attack and other complications that can be life-threatening.

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NHLBI

Angina - Screening and Prevention

heart  chest pain  blood flow  stable angina  unstable angina  microvascular angina  variant angina 

Typically, doctors screen for angina only when you have symptoms. However, your doctor may assess your risk factors for ischemic heart disease every few years as part of your regular office visits. If you have two or more risk factors, then your doctor may estimate the chance that you will develop ischemic heart disease, which may include angina, over the next 10 years.

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NHLBI

Angina - Risk Factors

heart  chest pain  blood flow  stable angina  unstable angina  microvascular angina  variant angina 

You may have an increased risk for angina because of your age, environment or occupation, family history and genetics, lifestyle, other medical conditions, race, or sex.

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