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Newswise: Cardiac Arrest Survivor Reunites with Four Good Samaritans Who Saved his Life

Article ID: 715033

Cardiac Arrest Survivor Reunites with Four Good Samaritans Who Saved his Life

Loyola University Health System

When Hutz Hertzberg collapsed at Midway Airport in full cardiac arrest, four God Samaritans saved his life by administering CPR and shocking his heart with an airport defibrillator. He made a full recovery, and they reunited on the one-year anniversary of his cardiac arrest.

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Article ID: 715037

National Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame Welcomes Seven New Inductees at 70th Clinical Symposia and Expo in Las Vegas

National Athletic Trainers' Association

The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) inducted seven athletic trainers into its prestigious Hall of Fame at the NATA 70th Clinical Symposia and AT Expo in Las Vegas on Wednesday evening. The NATA Hall of Fame is the highest honor an athletic trainer can receive.

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Article ID: 715003

NYU Langone Health Launches New Center to Study the Drivers and Consequences of the National Opioid Epidemic

NYU Langone Health

NYU Langone Health has announced the creation of the Center for Opioid Epidemiology and Policy to track and investigate the causes of emerging trends in opioid misuse, disorder, and overdose, to inform policies to prevent opioid misuse, disorder and overdose, and to figure out how to protect communities from the direct and indirect downstream effects the opioid crisis can have on the health of families and communities.

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Article ID: 714932

Pollutants Emitted from the 2015 Aliso Canyon Methane Blowout Pose Potentially Serious Health Risks

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences

Air quality samples collected near the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility during the 2015 blowout that led to the largest-known human-caused release of methane in U.S. history showed elevated levels of pollutants known or suspected to be associated with serious health problems

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Article ID: 714774

Concussion Elevates Injury Risk in College Football Players After They Return to Play

National Athletic Trainers' Association

College football players who have had a concussion are at high risk for sustaining a core or lower-extremity injury or another concussion, even if they are symptom-free, suggests a study being presented at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) 70th Clinical Symposia & AT Expo.

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Newswise: How does the atmosphere quench its thirst? Two NAU scientists look to isotopes for answers.

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How does the atmosphere quench its thirst? Two NAU scientists look to isotopes for answers.

Northern Arizona University

Kimberly Samuels-Crow is leading a collaborative effort to separate the effects of evaporation and transpiration, which are increasingly a factor in water loss as the climate gets both hotter and drier.

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Article ID: 714754

Hidden Consciousness Detectable with EEG Just Days after Brain Injury

Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Nearly 1 in 7 brain-injured patients show early evidence of hidden consciousness—as revealed by EEG analysis—and are more likely to recover, researchers at Columbia have found.

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