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The medical industry continues to insist that we closely monitor the level of cholesterol in our blood.
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International journal of obesity , Vol. 29, No. 6. , pp. 689-696, doi:10.1038/sj.ijo.0802956 BACKGROUND: We have previously found a quite strong interplay between occupational airborne pollutants, ABO phenotypes, and risk of ischaemic heart disease , with long-term exposure being associated with a significantly increased risk among men with ... (more)
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The Asia Pacific has a new heart centre that can cure and treat any known heart disease today, with the latest technology diseases from early heart attack symptoms and more.
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Anthony Palmieri, RPh, PharmD, MBA; Alla Stavnitser, BS; Nisha V. Patel, PharmD; Ashley R. Miller, PharmD; Olga S. Matlin, PhD; and Steven M. Kymes, PhD Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States.
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The impact of eating nuts has been evident for the past decade as repeated scientific studies confirm that the omega-3 fats in this tasty nut promote cardiovascular health as they improve cholesterol biomarkers.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in this country for men and women, according to Center of Disease Control and Prevention, National Vital Statistics System.
A s part of the Prairie STAT Heart Program, the second a heart attack patient enters the emergency room doors at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, the clock begins ticking to ensure treatment is received within the critical window of 90-120 minutes.
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 20, 2013 - At a time when the spotlight is focused on obesity more than ever, new research suggests that frequency of candy consumption is not associated with weight or certain adverse health risks.
Michelle Bowers of Mountainside and Michelle Martins of Union accept the American Heart Association Go Red For Women Award on behalf of The Outlet Collect at Jersey Gardens Robbinsville -- In 2013, the American Heart Association is celebrating its 10th anniversary of the Go Red For Women movement - a national initiative which focuses on raising ... (more)
We sought to investigate the possible pathogenetic role of myocardial trace elements in patients with various forms of cardiac failure.
Main Category: Cardiovascular / Cardiology Also Included In: Medical Devices / Diagnostics ; Heart Disease Article Date: 19 May 2013 - 0:00 PDT Most of us don't ponder our pulses outside of the gym.
Main Category: Urology / Nephrology Also Included In: Heart Disease ; Cholesterol ; Cardiovascular / Cardiology Article Date: 19 May 2013 - 0:00 PDT LDL cholesterol is not a useful marker of heart disease risk in patients with kidney disease, according to a study appearing in an upcoming issue of the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology .
Spanish researchers have studied how job stress affects cardiovascular health. The results, published in the Scandinavian Journal of Public Health , link this situation to dyslipidemia, a disorder that alters the levels of lipids and lipoproteins in the blood.
The World Health Organization estimates that by 2020 heart disease and depression will be the number one and number two leading causes of disability in developed countries.
Perhaps the biggest impediment regarding the acceptance of alternative medicine in the United States is the fact that Americans have been conditioned to believe that only "traditional" methods of healthcare are effective and acceptable.
Participants in American Heart Association's Heart Walk make their way through UM-Flint's campus on Saturday, May 18, in downtown Flint.