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Heartbeat Might One Day Power Pacemakers

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nastena-ptisa: In a new twist on the concept of renewable energy, British researchers report that harnessing the hearts own energy may provide power for pacemakers and implanted defibrillators to work.That might lead to devices that last longer and do even...

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In a new twist on the concept of renewable energy, British researchers report that harnessing the hearts own energy may provide power for pacemakers and implanted defibrillators to work.That might lead to devices that last longer and do even more, said the scientists, who presented their findings at the American Heart Associations annual scien

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In a new twist on the concept of renewable energy, British researchers report that harnessing the hearts own energy may provide power for pacemakers and implanted defibrillators to work.That might lead to devices that last longer and do even more, said the scientists, who presented their findings at the American Heart Associations annual scien

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In a new twist on the concept of renewable energy, British researchers report that harnessing the hearts own energy may provide power for pacemakers and implanted defibrillators to work.That might lead to devices that last longer and do even more, said the scientists, who presented their findings at the American Heart Associations annual scien

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In a new twist on the concept of renewable energy, British researchers report that harnessing the hearts own energy may provide power for pacemakers and implanted defibrillators to work.That might lead to devices that last longer and do even more, said the scientists, who presented their findings at the American Heart Associations annual scien

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In a new twist on the concept of renewable energy, British researchers report that harnessing the hearts own energy may provide power for pacemakers and implanted defibrillators to work.That might lead to devices that last longer and do even more, said the scientists, who presented their findings at the American Heart Associations annual scien

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