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Two foods which could protect your blood vessels – but there’s a catch

Two foods which could protect your blood vessels – but there’s a catch

🕔11:29, 31.Aug 2017

Heart disease diet: HEART disease can cause symptoms such as heart attacks and even heart failure. Now experts have revealed an unusual combination of dark chocolate and olive oil eaten together could protect people against the condition. By OLIVIA LERCHE A

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Got gray hair? You could get heart disease, too

Got gray hair? You could get heart disease, too

🕔11:00, 13.Apr 2017

New research links gray hair to heart disease in men, irrespective of their age. The gray hairs on a man’s head could point to heart problems, new research shows. A study presented this month at a cardiology conference in Europe

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The Risk Factors For Heart Disease Also Predict Dementia

The Risk Factors For Heart Disease Also Predict Dementia

🕔11:47, 24.Feb 2017

by Alice G. Walton ,  CONTRIBUTOR Lots of research has laid out the ties between the heart and the brain, from how exercise and nutrition affect both organs similarly to how they’re similarly affected by stress and depression. And we know that

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Heart Disease Pregnancy / Obstetrics Women’s Health / Gynecology Preterm delivery puts women at risk of cardiovascular disease

Heart Disease Pregnancy / Obstetrics Women’s Health / Gynecology Preterm delivery puts women at risk of cardiovascular disease

🕔12:39, 4.Feb 2017

by Ana Sandoiu Peterm births are quite common, and previous research has linked preterm delivery with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease in the mother. A new study investigates further. Preterm births occur when a baby is born earlier than

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Preventing heart disease

Preventing heart disease

🕔11:34, 31.Jan 2017

By Charlyn Fargo – Creators.com National Go-Red for Women, a campaign by the American Heart Association, is just around the corner. The interesting thing about preventing heart disease? It begins in your kitchen. You can take steps to modify your

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Depression Harms Heart as Much as Obesity and Cholesterol

Depression Harms Heart as Much as Obesity and Cholesterol

🕔12:16, 15.Jan 2017

NewsmaxHealth Depression is as big a risk for cardiovascular disease in men as high cholesterol and obesity, according to a study published in the journal Atherosclerosis. “There is little doubt that depression is a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases,” explained

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Psoriasis, Arthritis Linked to Heart Disease

Psoriasis, Arthritis Linked to Heart Disease

🕔11:52, 15.Jan 2017

Thomson/Reuters Arthritis that accompanies the skin condition psoriasis may also come with a higher risk of heart problems, according to a Hong Kong study. In particular, patients with so-called psoriatic arthritis may have a three- to four-fold higher prevalence of

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How High Blood Pressure Damages Arteries

How High Blood Pressure Damages Arteries

🕔18:45, 20.Apr 2013

High blood pressure means that blood is pushing too hard against artery walls. The force of this blood can damage the delicate inner lining of the artery walls. If this inner lining is damaged, fat and calcium can build up

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Stroke Symptoms

Stroke Symptoms

🕔19:18, 25.Aug 2012

Stroke is a brain attack. It is much like a heart attack, only it occurs in the brain. Like a heart attack, stroke is a medical emergency. When the blood supply to a part of the brain is cut off or

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How to handle heart attack when alone

How to handle heart attack when alone

🕔18:52, 19.May 2011

Each and every year 1.5 million people suffered from heart attack and due to this 500,000 people die. This survey takes in America and Heart attack is one of the leading causes of death among peoples in America. If 500,000

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Understanding Blood Pressure Readings

Understanding Blood Pressure Readings

🕔18:44, 16.Feb 2008

Blood pressure measures the force of blood pushing outwards on your arterial walls. It’s written as two numbers, such as 112/78 mm Hg. High Blood Pressuremeans the pressure in your arteries is elevated. The top, systolic, number is the pressure

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