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A new study has found that majority of patients who have undergone heart transplantation are living 20 years or more post surgery thanks to the improvement in the procedure`s success rate.
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Researchers have found that human kidneys discarded for transplant can potentially serve as a natural "scaffolding material" for manufacturing replacement organs in the lab.
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There are many kinds of stressors that increase our risk for disease, but the ones that threaten our social standing, such as targeted rejection, seem to be particularly harmful.
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A dose of paracetamol is enough to take the pain out of rejection and a broken heart.
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Social pain and physical pain actually have a lot in common.
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People who are socially rejected and isolated tend to have poor physical health, and die sooner than people who have the support of others.
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A new study suggests that being rejected by another person makes your heart rate drop for a moment.