COID worries at college, opioid-related coronary heart assaults & train for A-fib

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – Parents of school children are concerned about academic gaps, repetitive virtual schools, interpersonal skills, and vaccination rates.

These back to school COVID concerns top a national survey by the University of Michigan.

The co-director of the survey suggests that parents find out about their school’s mitigation measures and talk to their children.

Opioid-related heart attack

A nationwide study shows that opioid-related cardiac arrest has increased dramatically.

The increase was observed from 2012 to 2018 and is now on par with the rate of cardiac arrest for other reasons.

Exercise for A-fib patients

Research from Australia shows that some patients with atrial fibrillation have been able to keep their heart rhythm in check by moving.

Researchers suggest adding aerobic exercise to treatment plans for A-fib patients that gain up to three and a half hours per week.

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