The man, who also had kidney failure, ended up in a hospital ICU.
Ninety percent of urine samples of the general populations in the U.S. contain traces of BPA.
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Research has shown that nearly 50% of all American adults suffer from some form of cardiovascular disease at one point or another in their life. Additionally, for 4 out of 5 people who have a stroke, their first symptom is the actual stroke.
"The discovery of a new bone in a new species is a rare event, especially in chimps which have such similar anatomy to people," researcher Catrin Rutland said.
American Heart Association fellow tells Newsweek that it is possible to have "too much of a 'good thing.'"
The study involved over 500 women of a range of ages.
The study published in "The BMJ" involved over 100,000 women.
The research is the latest to find a link between owning a dog and better health.
Researchers studied thousands of Swiss people to understand whether napping is good for heart health.
"This research can help provide the best care for individuals exposed to the World Trade Center disaster," an expert told Newsweek.
And not all plant-based diets are equally healthy, an expert told Newsweek.
The findings could transform how doctors prescribe aspirin.
But eating too much chocolate appeared to raise the risk of heart disease.
Reseachers studied hundreds of thousands of cases in Florida to arrive at their conclusion.
The drug taps into the bacteria which populate our bodies and outnumber our own cells by 10 to 1.
Over 800,000 children under the age of 5 could be saved each year if more women breastfed.
Teenagers with a high BMI showed signs of heart problems usually seen in adults.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., but many people find out they have a cardiovascular condition when it's too late.
A fatty acid present in dairy products appears to lower the risk of heart disease, according to scientists.
Evidence suggests the signs of cardiovascular disease appear in our teen years.
Scientists investigated how caffeine affects the cells in the heart.
Scientists found that different levels of sleep could affect men and women differently.
But is it all it's cracked up to be?