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Understanding the Impact of Pulmonary Research

For pulmonary research, Temple is part of an elite cohort of institutions that are able to perform research on a high level. Learn more in this Q&A with Dr. Victor Kim.

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These Household Items Can Cause Burn Injuries

Faulty outlets, electrical cords and appliances can cause burns. Fortunately, you can protect your family from serious injury by following these helpful tips.

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Why Asthma Is Worse in Winter

During the colder months, asthma symptoms can be more difficult to control. Symptoms such as chest pain and coughing can worsen, even if you stay indoors. Find out more and what you can do to get relief.

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6 Healthy Habits to Strengthen Your Heart

Adopting healthy habits can be your best defense against heart disease and may help prevent heart attack and stroke. Here are some of the best things you can do for a healthier heart.

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How Your Heritage May Affect Your Heart Disease Risk

Did you know that some ethnicities may face a greater risk of heart disease than others? Get the statistics and learn what we're doing at Temple about racial and ethnic disparities in cardiovascular disease.

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Why Meditation Is Good for Your Heart

Want to let go of stress? Take a few minutes each day to meditate to help improve your heart health by calming your mind. Learn how to get started.

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The Science Behind the COVID-19 Vaccines

The COVID-19 vaccines were developed historically fast — less than 1 year from start to finish! But the fast timeline has raised questions about whether the vaccines are safe and if they were tested long enough. Researcher Glenn Rall, PhD, explains the science.

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10 Interesting Heart Facts You May Not Know

Your heart does amazing things day in and day out. You may not think about your heart often, but here are some fascinating facts you don't want to miss.

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How to Protect Your Heart in the Winter

Did you know that the cold weather can cause your heart rate or blood pressure to increase? Low temps can also play a role in someone who has heart disease. Here are a few reasons why you need to take extra care of your heart, with tips for how you can avoid them.

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