"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes says she's not out of the woods yet... after doctors found blood clots in her lung.NeNe was hospitalized last month. after suffering shortness of breath... and that's when doctors found the clots.NeNe…
Back in November, "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes suffered a health scare where she learned that she had a dangerous amount of blood clots in both of her lungs. During a visit to "Good Morning America," she opens up about the experience and what might be the cause.
I went to the NuvaRing Web site to see how Merck had dealt with what was clearly well-documented risk. I found the usual disclaimers and warnings regarding heart attacks, strokes, and smoking. I read, “The risk of getting blood clots...Show More Summary
Ultrasound-stimulated microbubbles have been showing promise in recent years as a non-invasive way to break up dangerous blood clots. But though many researchers have studied the effectiveness of this technique, not much was understood about why it works. Show More Summary
She’s been laid up with some serious health issues as of late, and thankfully Nene Leakes is now on the upswing. In a new interview with E! News, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star revealed that after doctors found blood clots in her lungs she knew she had a tough road ahead. Leakes noted, "I'm not 100 percent, but I'm trying to get there. Show More Summary
Post by Maressa Brown. NeNe Leakes made headlines last month when she landed in the hospital with blood clots in her lungs. The life-threatening medical situation was scary to say the least -- and one that could've been a lot worse if she hadn't tended to it ASAP. Show More Summary
NeNe Leakes experienced quite the health scare last month. A frightening blood clot emergency left her in the hospital, hooked up to an IV and reliant on the assistance of friends and family members. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star has been home for several weeks now, but she’s still dealing with the burdens of the recovery effort. [...]
People with the genetic blood clotting disorder hemophilia who have been infected with HIV for decades have an increased proportion of immune cells in their blood that specifically target HIV. This protective immune response helps chronically...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, D.C. Dec. 13, 2013 -- Ultrasound-stimulated microbubbles have been showing promise in recent years as a non-invasive way to break up dangerous blood clots. But though many researchers have studied the effectiveness of this technique, not much was understood about why it works. Show More Summary
Life-threatening blood clots occur so rarely in children that the condition, known as venous thromboembolism (VTE), is often not on pediatricians' mental radar screens — an absence that can lead to woefully delayed recognition and treatment. Now findings of a Johns Hopkins Children's Center study, published online Dec. Show More Summary
Federal award supports study of new class of drugs to prevent dangerous blood clots.
The two top causes of death in the world are heart attacks and strokes, and a research team in Toronto is onto a promising drug that could do much to reduce or delay those death by reducing their number one cause - blood clots. Ironically, the drug being tested, Anfibatide, is made from a protein extracted from a snake's venom; the snake is one of the deadliest in the world.
The NYT had an interesting piece on a dispute over continuing a clinical trial of a heart device that has been tied to a number of incidents of blood clots. While the device had originally been used in patients who likely risked death without it, the trial is designed to examine its effectiveness in patients with less severe heart disease. Show More Summary
Blood clots play an unexpected role in protecting the body from the deadly effects of bacteria by absorbing bacterial toxins, researchers have found. The discovery may shed light on the pathology of septic shock.
Blood clots play an unexpected role in protecting the body from the deadly effects of bacteria by absorbing bacterial toxins, researchers at the University of California, Davis, have found. The research was published Dec. 2 in the journal...Show More Summary
( LOUISVILLE, Ky.) — Louisville starting guard Antonita Slaughter will miss the rest of the season after being diagnosed with a blood clot in her lung. Coach Jeff Walz said during a news conference Friday that doctors determined theShow More Summary
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star opens up about her recent hospitalization. Listen in. NDN
As you may recall, NeNe Leakes experienced quite the health scare a few weeks back. Fortunately, the Real Housewives Of Atlanta star is now healthy, happy and out of the hospital. She shared all the terrifying details from the ordeal on Live With Kelly And Michael, including the official cause of the blood clot emergency. NeNe [...]
Nene Leakes talked about her recent health scare due to blood clots as a guest on "Live with Kelly and Michael" on Wednesday.
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