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BLOG: The Endothelium: Getting to the “Heart” of Cardiovascular Disease

Despite positive developments in medication and lifestyle changes to reduce risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease (CVD) and atherosclerosis (plaque build-up in arteries), stroke and heart attack remain the leading cause of death worldwide. Innovation in medical care and medical devices will likely play a central role in improving long term cardiovascular health outcomes. Over

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BLOG: Medtech Innovation Improving and Saving Lives

At Lexington Biosciences, we are passionate believers in medical technology (medtech) as a way of improving healthcare and quality of life for all.  Similarly, well known consumer brand giants are also gravitating towards the medtech space.  Just like us, they see a chance to help humanity and address a market that is nothing shy of

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BLOG: Lexington Biosciences Applauds ACA and AHA Initiative to Lower Threshold for Hypertension and Recognition that More Diagnostics are Needed to Combat Heart Disease

Last November, the American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association jointly lowered their definition of hypertension from the previous 140/90 blood pressure reading down to 130/80.  Unfortunately, there isn’t necessarily a “one size fits all” standard due to an array of factors associated with high blood pressure, but there certainly is a well-known correlation

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BLOG: You Don’t Want Your First Sign of a Problem to be a Heart Attack

Nearly everyone has a story about someone close to them that passed away suddenly due to cardiac arrest, or someone who had a stroke that left them disabled, no longer the person they were the day before.  Management here at Lexington Biosciences is no different.  Our founders and leadership team have also gotten that gut-wrenching

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What Is Endothelial Function And Why Is It Important To My Health?

— by Jonathan Maltz Almost daily, my Google News stream is filled with articles about a new medical study that some food or medication that was once thought good for heart health is now to be avoided. I understand why many people feel confused and disoriented by the constant state of flux of dietary and

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