Canadian Light Source sheds light on what causes stress-induced arrhythmia

Saskatoon Morning

All of us feel emotional or physical stress at some point in our lives. It can cause your heart to beat irregularly. New research at the Canadian Light Source is giving scientists a better understanding of what causes stress-induced arrhythmia and what can potentially fix it. Filip Van Petegem (fill-EEP von-PATE-eh-zhem) heads the project. He's a professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of British Columbia. He spoke with Saskatoon Morning's Jennifer Quesnel.

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