Heart Health And Disease Statistics For Women

There is a common misconception that only men are susceptible to the risk of heart disease, but they are all sadly mistaken. In fact it is also the # 1…

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How to Prevent a Heart Attack With Lifestyle, Exercise, Diet, and Herbs

You may already be going down the mental checklist of heart attack prevention. Exercise. Check. Weight Control. Check. Lifestyle. Check. "OK", you may say, "I should be good to go!"…

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Supplements That Are Good for Heart Health

It is not a secret that vitamins are essential for our overall health. To get the required amount of vitamins it is important to maintain a well-balanced diet. However, nutrients…

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Atherosclerosis Explained

Throughout your lifetime fat and cholesterol mix together with other material and begin to line the walls of your blood vessels. This mixture is called plaque. As time passes, the…

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ADHD Medications – Brain Damage, Heart Attacks, Hallucinations & Liver Damage

The medication Ritalin is prescribed to 6 million children with ADHD every year and like all pharmaceutical medications comes with a long list of side effects including nervousness, nausea, dizziness,…

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Excessive Noise Exposure Can Cause Heart Disease

A new data has provided the link showing that there are earlier deaths because of noise. Until now noise is a form of pollution that most people are not aware…

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How To Save A Heart Attack Victim Using DRSABCD

DRSABCD is a First Aid acronym to remember the steps to revive a non breathing patient. They refer to Danger, Response, Send (for help), Airway, Breathing, CPR, Defibrillation. These resuscitation…

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Golfing After a Heart Attack Or Heart Surgery

Commencing cardiac rehabilitation program is an important first step in your goal to getting back to playing golf. During your cardiac rehabilitation program you will learn about controlling your modifiable…

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Diabetics – Are You a Heart Attack Waiting to Happen?

Diabetes is sneaky. Most patients feel fine, even with their blood sugar 50-100 points too high. But behind the scenes, much is happening. By the time a person is diagnosed…

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Exercise Does Not Cause Inflammation, Reduces Heart Attack Risk

Anything that damages tissue can cause inflammation, such as smoking, high cholesterol or hypertension. When a germ gets into your body, your immunity produces proteins called antibodies, white blood cells…

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