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Gum disease increases risk of other illness such as mental health and heart conditions, study suggests 01/10/2022

Gum disease increases risk of other illness such as mental health and heart conditions, study suggests

Gum disease increases risk of other illness such as mental health and heart conditions, study suggests A new study shows an increased risk of patients developing illnesses including mental ill-health and heart conditions if they have a GP-inputted medical history of gum disease.

Women who practice self-compassion are at lower risk of cardiovascular disease: Practicing kindness is good for your body 01/10/2022

Women who practice self-compassion are at lower risk of cardiovascular disease: Practicing kindness is good for your body

Women who practice self-compassion are at lower risk of cardiovascular disease: Practicing kindness is good for your body Middle-aged women who practiced self-compassion had lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease, irrespective of their blood pressure, insulin resistance and cholesterol levels.

Calculating a dangerous heartbeat 11/29/2021

Calculating a dangerous heartbeat

Calculating a dangerous heartbeat How ventricular fibrillation, a life-threatening heart rhythm, will behave in an individual patient can be accurately modeled and predicted using a single mathematical equation, according to researchers. The findings could be used to improve patient treatment, including identifying when to intervene...

Study of 18000+ US and Australian older people reveals moderate drinking protective against heart disease, more than for tea totalers: Moderate drinking of alcohol associated with reduced risk of heart disease and death from all causes, landmark... 11/29/2021

Study of 18000+ US and Australian older people reveals moderate drinking protective against heart disease, more than for tea totalers: Moderate drinking of alcohol associated with reduced risk of heart disease and death from all causes, landmark...

Study of 18000+ US and Australian older people reveals moderate drinking protective against heart disease, more than for tea totalers: Moderate drinking of alcohol associated with reduced risk of heart disease and death from all causes, landmark... A landmark study of more than 18,000 Americans and Australians over 70 years of age reveals that 3.5 to 7 average drinks of alcohol a week is more protective against heart disease and in fact all-cause mortality - compared to those who drank no alcohol.

New cell discovered and shown to regulate heart rate 11/29/2021

New cell discovered and shown to regulate heart rate

New cell discovered and shown to regulate heart rate Researchers discovered a new type of cell in the heart that may help regulate heart rate, and could be an important key in understanding certain types of congenital heart defects and other diseases that involve the heart.

'Broken heart' syndrome is on the rise in women 11/05/2021

'Broken heart' syndrome is on the rise in women

'Broken heart' syndrome is on the rise in women Researchers have discovered two alarming trends in Takotsubo cardiomyopathy -- also known as 'broken heart' syndrome -- a condition that is often triggered by stress or loss and can lead to long-term heart injury and impaired heart function.

Flu and heart disease: The surprising connection that should convince you to schedule your shot 11/05/2021

Flu and heart disease: The surprising connection that should convince you to schedule your shot

Flu and heart disease: The surprising connection that should convince you to schedule your shot Patients who have cardiovascular disease are at increased risk of serious complications from the flu, according to a new study. The study found that not only are traditional flu-related outcomes worse among some patients with CVD, but infection in those patients also is associated with an increased....

Male-female differences in heart disease could start before birth: Male and female mice during the earliest embryonic stage 11/05/2021

Male-female differences in heart disease could start before birth: Male and female mice during the earliest embryonic stage

Male-female differences in heart disease could start before birth: Male and female mice during the earliest embryonic stage New research suggests that male-female differences in protein expression occur immediately after embryonic cells become heart cells called cardiomyocytes. This is the earliest stage of heart development, well before the embryo is exposed to sex hormones.

Drinking sufficient water could prevent heart failure 09/02/2021

Drinking sufficient water could prevent heart failure

Drinking sufficient water could prevent heart failure Staying well-hydrated throughout life could reduce the risk of developing heart failure, according to new research.

How can I avoid heart disease or stroke? 09/02/2021

How can I avoid heart disease or stroke?

How can I avoid heart disease or stroke? As much as 90% of the risk of a heart attack, stroke, or peripheral arterial disease (PAD) can be explained by smoking, poor eating habits, lack of physical activity, abdominal obesity, high blood pressure, raised blood lipid levels, diabetes, psychosocial factors, or alcohol. These guidelines focus...

Eating walnuts daily lowered 'bad' cholesterol and may reduce cardiovascular disease risk 09/02/2021

Eating walnuts daily lowered 'bad' cholesterol and may reduce cardiovascular disease risk

Eating walnuts daily lowered 'bad' cholesterol and may reduce cardiovascular disease risk Healthy older adults who ate a handful of walnuts (about ½ cup) a day for two years modestly lowered their level of low-density lipoprotein or LDL cholesterol levels. Consuming walnuts daily also reduced the number of LDL particles, a predictor of cardiovascular disease risk. The study explored the...

People who eat a healthy diet including whole fruits may be less likely to develop diabetes: Research links fruit but not fruit juice to lower type 2 diabetes risk 07/03/2021

People who eat a healthy diet including whole fruits may be less likely to develop diabetes: Research links fruit but not fruit juice to lower type 2 diabetes risk

People who eat a healthy diet including whole fruits may be less likely to develop diabetes: Research links fruit but not fruit juice to lower type 2 diabetes risk A new study finds people who consume two servings of fruit per day have 36% lower odds of developing type 2 diabetes than those who consume less than half a serving.

5-minute breathing workout lowers blood pressure as much as exercise, drugs: 'Strength training for breathing muscles' holds promise for host of health benefits 07/03/2021

5-minute breathing workout lowers blood pressure as much as exercise, drugs: 'Strength training for breathing muscles' holds promise for host of health benefits

5-minute breathing workout lowers blood pressure as much as exercise, drugs: 'Strength training for breathing muscles' holds promise for host of health benefits A new study shows that a breathing exercise known as Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training can reduce blood pressure in weeks, with benefits on par with daily exercise or medication.

High physical activity levels may counter serious health harms of poor sleep: Those with poorest sleep and doing least exercise most at risk of death and ill health 07/03/2021

High physical activity levels may counter serious health harms of poor sleep: Those with poorest sleep and doing least exercise most at risk of death and ill health

High physical activity levels may counter serious health harms of poor sleep: Those with poorest sleep and doing least exercise most at risk of death and ill health Physical activity levels at or above the weekly recommended amounts may counter the serious health harms associated with poor sleep quality, suggests a large long term study.

One cup of leafy green vegetables a day lowers risk of heart disease 05/15/2021

One cup of leafy green vegetables a day lowers risk of heart disease

One cup of leafy green vegetables a day lowers risk of heart disease New research has found that by eating just one cup of nitrate-rich vegetables each day people can significantly reduce their risk of heart disease.

Mental health may play big role in recovery after a heart attack: Psychological distress found to double the risk of subsequent cardiac events in younger adults 05/15/2021

Mental health may play big role in recovery after a heart attack: Psychological distress found to double the risk of subsequent cardiac events in younger adults

Mental health may play big role in recovery after a heart attack: Psychological distress found to double the risk of subsequent cardiac events in younger adults Young and middle-aged adults who reported severe psychological distress -- such as depression or anxiety -- after suffering a heart attack were more than twice as likely to suffer a second cardiac event within five years compared with those experiencing only mild distress, according to a new study.

Have high blood pressure? You may want to check your meds: Many people with high blood pressure are taking another medication that could raise it 05/15/2021

Have high blood pressure? You may want to check your meds: Many people with high blood pressure are taking another medication that could raise it

Have high blood pressure? You may want to check your meds: Many people with high blood pressure are taking another medication that could raise it Nearly 1 in 5 adults with high blood pressure, a leading risk factor for heart disease and stroke, also take a medicine that could be elevating their blood pressure, according to new research. The results underscore the need for patients to routinely review all of the medications they take with thei...

Men with chest pain receive faster, more medical attention than women: Women with possible heart attack wait longer and undergo less testing, study finds 05/15/2021

Men with chest pain receive faster, more medical attention than women: Women with possible heart attack wait longer and undergo less testing, study finds

Men with chest pain receive faster, more medical attention than women: Women with possible heart attack wait longer and undergo less testing, study finds Among younger adults visiting the emergency department for chest pain, women may be getting the short end of the stick. Compared with men of similar age, women were triaged less urgently, waited longer to be seen, and were less likely to undergo basic tests or be hospitalized or admitted for observa...

Thin and brittle bones strongly linked to women's heart disease risk: Thinning lower spine, top of thigh bone and hip predictive of raised heart attack/stroke risk 05/15/2021

Thin and brittle bones strongly linked to women's heart disease risk: Thinning lower spine, top of thigh bone and hip predictive of raised heart attack/stroke risk

Thin and brittle bones strongly linked to women's heart disease risk: Thinning lower spine, top of thigh bone and hip predictive of raised heart attack/stroke risk Thin and brittle bones are strongly linked to women's heart disease risk, with thinning of the lower (lumbar) spine, top of the thigh bone (femoral neck), and hip especially predictive of a heightened heart attack and stroke risk.

Alcohol in moderation may help the heart by calming stress signals in the brain 05/15/2021

Alcohol in moderation may help the heart by calming stress signals in the brain

Alcohol in moderation may help the heart by calming stress signals in the brain Moderate alcohol intake -- defined as no more than one alcoholic drink for women and two for men per day -- has been associated with a lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease when compared with individuals who abstain from drinking or partake in excessive drinking, according to a new study.

More belly weight increases danger of heart disease even if BMI does not indicate obesity 04/28/2021

More belly weight increases danger of heart disease even if BMI does not indicate obesity

More belly weight increases danger of heart disease even if BMI does not indicate obesity Research on how obesity impacts the diagnosis, management and outcomes of heart and blood vessel disease, heart failure and arrhythmias is summarized in a new statement. Waist circumference, an indicator of abdominal obesity, should be regularly measured as it is a potential warning sign of increase...

Exercise, healthy diet in midlife may prevent serious health conditions in senior years 04/05/2021

Exercise, healthy diet in midlife may prevent serious health conditions in senior years

Exercise, healthy diet in midlife may prevent serious health conditions in senior years Regular exercise and a healthy diet for middle-aged adults may be key to achieving optimal cardiometabolic health later in life. Cardiometabolic health risk factors include the metabolic syndrome, a cluster of health conditions such as excess body fat around the waist, high blood pressure, high bloo...

The right '5-a-day' mix is 2 fruit and 3 vegetable servings for longer life 04/05/2021

The right '5-a-day' mix is 2 fruit and 3 vegetable servings for longer life

The right '5-a-day' mix is 2 fruit and 3 vegetable servings for longer life Higher consumption of fruits and vegetables is associated with a lower risk of death in men and women, according to data representing nearly 2 million adults. Five daily servings of fruits and vegetables, eaten as 2 servings of fruit and 3 servings of vegetables, may be the optimal amount and combin...

Study finds two servings of fish per week can help prevent recurrent heart disease 04/05/2021

Study finds two servings of fish per week can help prevent recurrent heart disease

Study finds two servings of fish per week can help prevent recurrent heart disease An analysis of several large studies involving participants from more than 60 countries has found that eating oily fish regularly can help prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD) in high-risk individuals, such as those who already have heart disease or stroke.

Hearts harvested from pigs may soon help solve chronic shortages of these donor organs 10/23/2020

Hearts harvested from pigs may soon help solve chronic shortages of these donor organs

Hearts harvested from pigs may soon help solve chronic shortages of these donor organs An analysis discusses scientific breakthroughs that have overcome obstacles to cardiac xenotransplantation.

Certain pre-existing conditions may double, triple mortality risk for COVID-19 10/23/2020

Certain pre-existing conditions may double, triple mortality risk for COVID-19

Certain pre-existing conditions may double, triple mortality risk for COVID-19 A large, international study of COVID-19 patients confirmed that cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, congestive heart failure, chronic kidney disease, stroke and cancer can increase a patient's risk of dying from the virus.

How to treat the most common heart attacks 09/13/2020

How to treat the most common heart attacks

How to treat the most common heart attacks One in five patients die within a year after the most common type of heart attack.

First treatment identified for fainting 09/13/2020

First treatment identified for fainting

First treatment identified for fainting Fainting affects one in two people during their lifetime. Those with recurrent episodes are often afraid to socialize or go to work. Today researchers report the first effective therapy.

Stress and anger may exacerbate heart failure 08/26/2020

Stress and anger may exacerbate heart failure

Stress and anger may exacerbate heart failure Mental stress and anger may have clinical implications for patients with heart failure, according to a new report.

In sickness and in health: Cardiovascular disease in couples 08/26/2020

In sickness and in health: Cardiovascular disease in couples

In sickness and in health: Cardiovascular disease in couples Researchers show that the wives of men with major cardiovascular disease risk factors, namely hypertension, diabetes, and dyslipidemia, are more prone to suffer from the same disorders.

Genes and cardiovascular health both affect dementia risk: Individuals with genetic risk factors for dementia can still reduce their risk by improving their cardiovascular health. 07/26/2020

Genes and cardiovascular health both affect dementia risk: Individuals with genetic risk factors for dementia can still reduce their risk by improving their cardiovascular health.

Genes and cardiovascular health both affect dementia risk: Individuals with genetic risk factors for dementia can still reduce their risk by improving their cardiovascular health. A new study finds that genes and cardiovascular health can both raise or lower risk of dementia.

Diets high in protein, particularly plant protein, linked to lower risk of death: Findings support recommendations to increase consumption of plant proteins 07/26/2020

Diets high in protein, particularly plant protein, linked to lower risk of death: Findings support recommendations to increase consumption of plant proteins

Diets high in protein, particularly plant protein, linked to lower risk of death: Findings support recommendations to increase consumption of plant proteins Diets high in protein, particularly plant protein, are associated with a lower risk of death from any cause, finds an analysis of the latest evidence.

Regular exercise helps prevent high blood pressure, even in areas of high air pollution 07/26/2020

Regular exercise helps prevent high blood pressure, even in areas of high air pollution

Regular exercise helps prevent high blood pressure, even in areas of high air pollution Regular physical activity is a healthy way to prevent and reduce high blood pressure, even in places where pollution levels are relatively high. Air pollution increases high blood pressure risk, yet it does not outweigh the benefits of physical activity on high blood pressure prevention. Addressing....

Depression associated with greater risk of cardiovascular disease: The global study tracked 145,862 middle-aged participants from 21 countries 07/03/2020

Depression associated with greater risk of cardiovascular disease: The global study tracked 145,862 middle-aged participants from 21 countries

Depression associated with greater risk of cardiovascular disease: The global study tracked 145,862 middle-aged participants from 21 countries A new study provides further evidence of the link between depressive symptoms and an increased risk of heart disease and early death.

Critically ill COVID-19 patients are 10 times more likely to develop cardiac arrhythmias: Study suggests cardiac arrests and arrhythmias are likely triggered by systemic illness, not solely due to the viral infection itself 07/03/2020

Critically ill COVID-19 patients are 10 times more likely to develop cardiac arrhythmias: Study suggests cardiac arrests and arrhythmias are likely triggered by systemic illness, not solely due to the viral infection itself

Critically ill COVID-19 patients are 10 times more likely to develop cardiac arrhythmias: Study suggests cardiac arrests and arrhythmias are likely triggered by systemic illness, not solely due to the viral infection itself Patients with COVID-19 who were admitted to an intensive care unit were 10 times more likely than other hospitalized COVID-19 patients to suffer cardiac arrest or heart rhythm disorders, according to a new study.

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Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children
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Boise, 83706-2072

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Deep Dance Experience Deep Dance Experience
1602 N. 28th St.
Boise, 83702

Follow the leader style dance exercises. 60 minutes of carefully chosen music and songs, this class is more than exercise. Sweat, smile.

Capital High School Marching Band Capital High School Marching Band
8055 W Goddard Rd
Boise, 83704

Integrated Design Lab - Boise Integrated Design Lab - Boise
322 E Front St
Boise, 83702

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Vista Montessori School, Inc. Vista Montessori School, Inc.
2096 S Gourley St
Boise, 83705

guiding the physical, social/emotional, and cognitive development of each child www.vistamontessori.net

Idaho Public Television Idaho Public Television
1455 N Orchard St
Boise, 83706

Most over-the-air viewers and cable customers can experience the quality of Idaho Public Television programs on five free digital broadcast channels. We are Idaho's PBS affiliate. Find information and schedule grids for all channels at idahoptv.org.

Wingtip Press Wingtip Press
530 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702
Boise, 83702

Community Printmaking Studio & Workshop 530 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

Idaho Department of Fish and Game MK Nature Center Idaho Department of Fish and Game MK Nature Center
600 S Walnut St
Boise, 83712

The Morrison Knudsen Nature Center offers a one-of-a-kind fish and wildlife experience on a 4.6-acre site along the Boise River Greenbelt near downtown Boise. The Nature Center's stream walk and education building provide a glimpse of Idaho.

Heidi Hennessy Heidi Hennessy
Boise, 83709

Cashmere knit wear designer and knitting machine teacher.

Giraffe Laugh Giraffe Laugh
4094 W Chinden Blvd. Suite 100
Boise, 83714

Giraffe Laugh provides early childhood education and nurturing by ensuring school readiness, empowering families and building strong futures.

Boise Rock School Boise Rock School
1404 W Idaho St
Boise, 83702

Boise Rock School--come rock with us!

Idaho Education Association Idaho Education Association
620 N 6th St
Boise, 83702

The IEA advocates for the professional and personal well-being of Idaho public school employees and the vision of a great public school for every child.