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Vitamin C may improve smokers' blood circulation : Vitamin C may improve smokers' blood circulationA dose of vitamin C may give a quick boost to the poorer-than-average blood circulation seen in healthy young smokers, a study suggests. The study of 25 healthy men found that although smokers initially showed poorer results on a test of blood flow to the heart that changed after they took a large dose - 2 grams - of vitamin C.
added on 06.03.2016. 08:00 in Business and Finance

Proper Medical Identification Could Save Your LIFE : Proper Medical Identification Could Save Your LIFE By: Rick Pack Everyone with a medical condition or allergy should have a medical id alert bracelet. There are many places that you can find a wide variety of medical alert jewelry styles, especially on the internet.
added on 10.08.2016. 03:00 in Family

The Cholesterol Myth : The Cholesterol Myth By: Ray Gebauer Cholesterol. What images come to mind when you see this word? Is it positive or negative? Is it health, or is it heart disease? If what came to mind was negative, as something to avoid, and heart disease, then the pharmaceutical companies food industries have been successful in getting you to believe a fabricated myth! According to George V.
added on 30.06.2016. 18:00 in Health

Understanding Cholesterol Levels and Decrease the Risk of Heart Attacks and Stokes : Understanding Cholesterol Levels and Decrease the Risk of Heart Attacks and Stokes By: Claire Bowes Fact: heart disease claims about ½ million lives in America per year high cholesterol levels play a significant role in heart disease studies show if you lower cholesterol levels, the risk of heart disease is reduced by up-to 40% What is Cholesterol? Before we go into how to reduce your cholesterol, let's take a look at what exactly cholesterol is. Cholesterol is a fatty substance that is produced by the liver and its job is to:- produce bile acids to help with the digestion of fat build and repair cells and produce estrogen and testosterone hormones Therefore cholesterol is an important function of the body, but too much cholesterol in the body becomes a risk as it can clog up arteries and this can be the cause of heart attacks and strokes.
added on 04.07.2016. 22:00 in Health

Depression after a heart attack : Depression after a heart attack By: Nicholas Webb There are several factors can lead to depression after heart attack. The stress of being in the hospital, the fear of another heart attack, time away from work can all contribute to feeling depressed, helpless, down and despondent.
added on 28.07.2016. 22:00 in Health

Herbal Supplements - Bedellium, Withania, Shilajit, Emblica, Brahmi, Tulsi, Shallaki, Garlic, Triphala, Bitter Melon, Neem, Vallerian, Arjuna : Herbal Supplements - Bedellium, Withania, Shilajit, Emblica, Brahmi, Tulsi, Shallaki, Garlic, Triphala, Bitter Melon, Neem, Vallerian, Arjuna By: AyurvedicCure. com Ayurveda is perhaps the oldest system of health care in the world and originates from the Indian subcontinent.
added on 18.07.2014. 17:00 in Health

Fish Oils And A Plethora of Chronic Health Problems : Fish Oils And A Plethora of Chronic Health Problems By: Greg Post I recently heard of an older couple that eats salmon every day for breakfast. To my finicky palate that does not sound as appetizing as waffles.
added on 16.08.2014. 22:00 in Health

Omega 3 and Reduced Risk of Myocardial Infarction : Omega 3 and Reduced Risk of Myocardial Infarction By: Greg Post Myocardial infarction is a technical term used to describe an irreversible injury to heart muscle. It is normally used as a synonym for a heart attack and will be so used in this essay.
added on 17.08.2014. 23:00 in Health

Treating Dyslipidemia in Old Age : Treating Dyslipidemia in Old Age By: Dan Noyes As the percentage of elderly people in the United States continues to grow faster than any other age group, the incidence of CVD grows too. According to Kannel , 1 CVD accounts for 58% of the mortality in persons >85 years, and the incidence of atherosclerotic disease in persons >65 years is more than double that in middle-aged persons.
added on 06.12.2014. 14:00 in Health

The Mysterious Dr.Atkins Death : The Mysterious Dr. Atkins Death By: Dana Scripca The spring fall Dr Atkins' death was extremely unexpected.
added on 16.09.2016. 10:00 in Health

How 40,000 People Reversed Heart Disease : How 40,000 People Reversed Heart Disease By: Joey Dweck It is well known that about two-thirds of the U. S.
added on 23.11.2016. 06:00 in Health

Understanding Cholesterol Levels and Decrease the Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes : Fact: - heart disease claims about ½ million lives in America per year - high cholesterol levels play a significant role in heart disease - studies show if you lower cholesterol levels, the risk of heart disease is reduced by up-to 40%What is Cholesterol?Before we go into how to reduce your cholesterol, let's take a look at what exactly cholesterol is. Cholesterol is a fatty substance that is produced by the liver and its job is to:- - produce bile acids to help with the digestion of fat - build and repair cells and - produce estrogens and testosterone hormonesTherefore cholesterol is an important function of the body, but too much cholesterol in the body becomes a risk as it can clog up arteries and this can be the cause of heart attacks and strokes.
added on 13.03.2016. 21:00 in Health

Does Caffeine Raise Blood Pressure ? : If you suffer from Cardiovascular Disease (CVD or coronary heart disease) and/or fear you might some day due to high blood pressure, is your coffee consumption compounding the problem? Or, are there other things you can do to alleviate your high blood pressure and CVD concerns that do NOT include ending, or severely lessening, your coffee intake? This article explores reliable answers to those questions. Can Coffee Contribute to Coronary Heart Disease?CVD is the number one cause of death in America and high blood pressure is one of its biggest red flags.
added on 06.07.2016. 16:00 in Health

Is Moderate Drinking Good For You, Part 1 : Copyright in this Compilation 2004 by http://www. organicgreens.
added on 24.01.2015. 23:00 in Health

FOCUS ON FIBER : How Much is Enough ? : FOCUS ON FIBER: How Much is Enough? By Monique N. Gilbert, B.
added on 19.04.2016. 04:00 in Health

FOCUS ON FIBER: How Much is Enough? : FOCUS ON FIBER: How Much is Enough? By: Monique N. Gilbert, B.
added on 28.01.2016. 00:00 in Food and Drink

Excessive Drinking : Great Britain is an alcohol-loving nation. Britons spend no less than British Pounds 30 billion on alcohol per year.
added on 17.05.2016. 14:00 in Health

Why High Blood Cholesterol Levels Are Dangerous : Cholesterol, like fat, cannot move around the bloodstream on its own because it does not mix with water. The bloodstream carries cholesterol in particles called lipoproteins that are like blood-borne cargo trucks delivering cholesterol to various body tissues to be used, stored or excreted.
added on 29.06.2016. 03:00 in Health

PCOS and Blood Sugar, and Insulin Resistance. : I was cruising the \"net\" just recently, when I came across \"PCOS\". I had never heard of this but I found it very interesting because for years I have suffered with blood sugar problems.
added on 21.04.2016. 12:00 in Health

Fats & Cholesterol : Fats & Cholesterol By: Bruce Reid For years we heard that a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet would keep us healthy and help us lose weight. And many of us jumped on the bandwagon, eliminating fat and high-cholesterol foods from our diets.
added on 10.12.2014. 18:00 in Health

An Insight Into PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) : An Insight Into PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) By: Ruth Bird I was cruising the "net" just recently, when I came across "PCOS". I had never heard of this but I found it very interesting because for years I have suffered with blood sugar problems.
added on 30.05.2015. 06:00 in Health

Fats, Good Bad : Fats, Good Bad By: Ruth Bird Fats, The Good . .
added on 11.06.2015. 18:00 in Health

Heart Attack Symptoms, Causes and Treatment: Small Lifestyle Changes Can Help Prevent Heart Attack! : Heart Attack Symptoms, Causes and Treatment: Small Lifestyle Changes Can Help Prevent Heart Attack! By: Ashley Green Ask a few well informed people over the age of fifty: What are they afraid of the most? Four out of five would answer: Sudden death due to heart attack. Heart attack is becoming a common cause of death after the age of fifty.
added on 27.03.2016. 11:00 in Health