Obesity Causes Serious Structural Damage to the Heart

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More and more Americans are succumbing to obesity, as the number of people diagnosed as clinically obese across the globe recently hit 2 BILLION. This escalating issue caused leading researchers […]

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Heart Disease and Stroke Directly Linked to Poor Sleep

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Everyone craves a good night’s sleep. It leaves us the next morning feeling refreshed and energized to conquer the day ahead. But for many Americans a solid, uninterrupted 8-hours of […]

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Acupuncture Reduces Heart Disease Risk In Fibromyalgia Patients

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Heart disease in the United States is an area of growing concern. It is connected directly to the stresses of modern living, and more young people are suffering heart attacks […]

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Does Aspirin Actually Help Heart Disease? More Study Needed, Say Researchers

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An easy fix for a fever or headache, and regularly prescribed as a blood thinner, aspirin is bought over the counter by millions of Americans each year. It is often […]

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Eating Dairy Does Not Increase Risk Of Heart Disease

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Dairy products taste delicious, but let’s face it — they have negative image. High fat content means it’s bad for you, right? Well, not exactly. Eating yoghurt, cheese and full-fat […]

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Researchers Detect Strong Link Between Chronic Pain and Cardiac Disease

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An increasing number of Americans each year are being diagnosed with heart disease. Many factors are linked to this rising demographic – namely, the misconception that fat is a leading […]

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Chinese Herbal Formula Shown To Have Beneficial Effects On Angina

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A Chinese herbal formula consisting of four separate herbs is shown to be highly effective when used to treat coronary artery disease, according to a new literature study published in […]

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Active Adults Are Being Misdiagnosed With Heart Disease

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The strain of modern living is having a negative effect on our cardiac health. Heart disease in the U.S. is now being directly linked to contemporary stress with younger people […]

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Migraines In Women Are More Likely To Cause Heart Disease, Early Death

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According to a new piece of research published in the BMJ, women who experience migraines have an increased risk of also incurring cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and strokes. […]

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Cognitive Decline Related to Blood Pressure Fluctuations

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Over the years, research has indicated that those with high blood pressure are at greater risk of contracting a host of cardiac diseases including heart attack, stroke and heart disease. […]

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