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Dog Owners Have Lower Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease, Swedish ... - NPR



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Heart disease risk factors linked to walking difficulties in people under age of 78 - News-Medical.net



Heart disease risk factors linked to walking difficulties in people under age of 78 
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The researchers studied participants aged 60 or older who lived in Stockholm and who did not have heart disease at the start of the study. When the study began, participants did not have problems with walking speed, balance, or chair standing exercises.

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Nuts May Lower Your Risk for Heart Disease - New York Times



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Nuts May Lower Your Risk for Heart Disease 
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Compared to those who ate none, people who ate less than one one-ounce serving of nuts a week reduced their risk for heart attack and stroke by 9 percent and their risk for coronary heart disease by 12 percent. Eating a one-ounce serving five times a ...

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Too Much Exercise Can Lead To Heart Attack: Study - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth



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Too Much Exercise Can Lead To Heart Attack: Study 
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Heart disease is the number one killer in the United States, according to the American Heart Association. Staying healthy can improve your heart health, but doctors have discovered that too much exercise can actually lead to heart disease, even death.

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Health Matters: Heart Disease, Lifestyle or Genetics? - NBC2 News



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Health Matters: Heart Disease, Lifestyle or Genetics? 
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It's the leading cause of death for both men and women. Dr. Richard Chazal, a cardiologist with Lee Health, says smoking, diet and exercise can help determine a patient's risk for heart disease. ?Tobacco smoking really has to be at the top, because ...
Finance trumps patients at every level ? UK healthcare needs an inquiry The Guardian

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Heart disease kills firefighters. This one is also a scientist, and she is fighting back. - Philly.com



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Heart disease kills firefighters. This one is also a scientist, and she is fighting back. 
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But that is baseline blood pressure. A short-term rise to those levels, in response to a threat, poses no problem for someone in good health. The danger arises when obesity and other heart disease risk factors are present. While Feairheller's study is ...

 


Aaron Vinik Part 3, Reversing Heart Disease - Diabetes In Control



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Aaron Vinik Part 3, Reversing Heart Disease 
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I mean, following the LEADER study and following EMPA-REG we've now had a new excitement of people who have extreme risk of cardiovascular disease and we're learning that from there, as you will see in the position statement by AACE, we need to be ...

 


For infants with heart disease, are shunts or stents better to maintain blood flow? - EurekAlert (press release)



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For infants with heart disease, are shunts or stents better to maintain blood flow? 
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Infants with various forms of congenital heart disease require a stable source of blood flow to their lungs in order to survive until a more definitive operation can be performed. In a recent study, pediatric researchers compared two methods to provide ...

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'Good' cholesterol not so good at preventing heart disease - Medical News Today



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'Good' cholesterol not so good at preventing heart disease 
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The hope has also been that testing such different therapies may also shed some light on the mechanisms by which HDL seemingly prevents heart disease. Such mechanisms are still unclear, as most of the belief that HDL protects against heart disease ...

 


Nuts may protect against heart disease - Medical News Today



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Nuts may protect against heart disease 
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The researchers focused on major cardiovascular disease, defined as myocardial infarction, stroke, or fatal cardiovascular disease. Additionally, they looked at the total incidence of coronary heart disease, understood as fatal or non-fatal myocardial ...
Consumption of nuts may cut risk of heart disease by 20% Cardiovascular Business
Nut Consumption 'Inversely Associated With Total Cardiovascular Disease' Monthly Prescribing Reference
Study links nuts to lower risk of heart disease Food Business News

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