Hiroshima University, in the Japanese cities of Higashihiroshima and Hiroshima, was established 1929 by the merger of a number of national educational institutions.
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- Take care of your gum to save your heart: Here’s why
Researchers at Hiroshima University have found that periodontitis could be connected to even more severe problems elsewhere in the body -- the heart.
- Gum infection may risk heart arrhythmia: Research
Periodontitis, a gum disease, can lead to a litany of dental issues from bad breath to bleeding and lost teeth. Now, researchers at Hiroshima University have found that it could be connected to even ...
- Scientists find link between gum disease, heart disease, claims study
Periodontitis may be linked to even more serious issues with the heart, according to research from Hiroshima University.
- Poor oral hygiene could raise your risk of heart failure and stroke - new study
Regularly brushing and flossing your teeth is key when it comes to good oral hygiene. It prevents issues like tooth decay and gum disease. But now a new study has shown it could even help protect your ...
- Gum health is crucial as infection may lead to serious heart problem
In the research published in Clinical Electrophysiology ... assistant professor at the Japan-based Hiroshima University. "We hypothesised that periodontitis exacerbates atrial fibrosis. This ...
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- Drug Discovery & Development
The Master of Science degree program in Drug Discovery & Development (DDD) offers students the opportunity to understand, evaluate and engage with the entire process of drug discovery and development.
- What Was Hiroshima Like Before the Atom Bomb?
Wakaji Matsumoto, "Wakaji’s Photo Studio, Hiroshima Shashinkan" (all images courtesy the Matsumoto family) In 2008, Japanese photographer Hitoshi Ohuchi made a remarkable discovery: the largest ...
- New discovery leads the way to reverse osteoporosis — with a pill
The discovery, recently published in Communications Biology ... “Then, colleagues from the University of Padova, Italy, surprisingly discovered that a significant portion of these men also happened to ...
- Headed to Hiroshima? Here's what you shouldn't miss!
Though the city still remembers this deadly World War II airstrike through the Peace Memorial Park, Hiroshima has moved on by restoring its damaged districts and transforming them into tourist ...
- Discovery of the Largest-class Monster Supercluster of Galaxies in the Universe 5.5 Billion Light-Years Away
A team led by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) and Hiroshima University has discovered a massive supercluster of galaxies about 5.5 billion ...