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Small Changes You Can Make to Improve Your Heart Health

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While some of these may seem like common sense we all know that common sense isn’t all that common these days. Choosing wisely in lifestyle choices, activities, and meal planning can make a world of difference when it comes to the health of your heart. Let’s take a look at a few ideas that can get you going in the …

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Important Ways to Recognize a Blood Clot

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Blood clots form in the deep veins within the legs. They are medically known as a deep vein thrombosis which is why you often hear of them referred to simply as a DVT. A deep vein thrombosis occurs when a coagulation of blood begins to form within a deeper vein inside the leg. As the cells stick together, a clot …

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What Cardiologists and Nutritionists Wish You Knew

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Hot Tips to Boost Your Heart Health There is no magic bullet or pill. You have to do the upkeep on your body on an ongoing basis. Knowing how is half the battle. Doing it and putting that knowledge into action is the other half. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the USA. You don’t have to …

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Excess Sugar Could Harm Your Heart

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The amount of sugar you eat during a given day may surprise you. The standard American diet is packed with hidden sugars, especially if you eat any prepackaged or processed foods. Our bodies are not designed to need excess sugar, especially non-natural sugars. They can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease as well as raise your cholesterol levels, boost your …

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The Flu Can Raise Heart Attack Risks

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According to the American Heart Association the flu may actually trigger heart attack. This is based on the findings of a recent study done by a Canadian group which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. It reflected a six-fold increase in heart attacks just after getting the flu. (source: http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1702090) While the study didn’t conclusively find a …

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Tips To Help Avoid A Heart Attack

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Simply put, life is just stressful. Stress has a tremendously negative affect on the body. It can start out as anxiety, lead to high blood pressure, even heart palpitations and chest pains. When you reach the level of seeing red sometimes it can be tricky to distinguish “just stress “from an actual heart attack event. The best way to deal …

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