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Wearable, wireless technology detects early signs of heart failure.
Drugs that enhance this innate capability might help heal injured hearts.
New kinds of bioelectrodes will help researchers study beating hearts and brain trauma.
A new device may offer a safer way to jump-start ailing hearts.
An artificial scaffold helps engineered heart cells better mimic real ones.
More-flexible robots could allow for less-invasive operations.
A newly identified risk factor for heart disease also seems to indicate which patients will benefit from popular statin therapies.
Devices powered by living cells could lead to novel robots and new insights into how the heart works.
A new method to boost growth of blood vessels with stem cells could improve cell therapies for diabetes and heart disease.
A device the size of an iPod could give women with high-risk pregnancies a way to monitor the health of the fetus.