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Mount Sinai Health System 8h
". provides unparalleled research funding, educational resources and advocacy efforts to reduce deaths from and and I am honored to receive the Heart of Gold Award in New York City," says :
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A Plus Sitting Service Jun 14
Heart Disease Prevention The three key risk factors of heart disease are high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking. The risk can be reduced by avoiding or limiting eating food with high sodium levels and by quitting smoking.
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Jimmy Moroney Jun 13
Most erection problems in men are due to endothelial disfunction! Nitric oxide is critical for this process. The glycocalyx is the gatekeeper to the endothelial! Once it’s gone, well you have issues!
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Sean C. Lucan, MD Jun 10
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Cardio Care Specialized and General Hospital Jun 11
Reduce your risk for heart disease.
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Dr. Stephen Sinatra Jun 10
—not —is the most significant lifestyle-driven risk factor for . How to keep it in check:
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Sugar🇨🇦 4h
Replying to @mischiefvegan
is linked to and hyperinsulinaemia which are the underlying causes of and There is no actual evidence that causes is Suggested reading
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Samuel Fink, MD Jun 14
Heart fact: Your heart pumps about 3000 gallons of blood every day! If your arteries are clogged, your heart can't fully do its job. Coronary artery disease is a condition in which your arteries become narrowed/clogged.
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Cleveland HeartLab 40m
Treat your heartburn, develop ? A common heartburn drug has been linked with fatal conditions, this study shows
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The University of Kansas Health System Jun 10
Per , almost 16% of men smoke cigarettes, and about 1,050 boys under 17 smoke their first cigarettes each day. While it's usually tied to cancer, smoking is also a major risk. About 20% of all deaths from heart disease are related to smoking.
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Flat Abs Journal Jun 15
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Poinsettia Dolcini 16h
Far too many of us lose our dads too young.
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NIH NHLBI Jun 11
An estimated 50 to 70M Americans have chronic . deficiency is linked to many chronic health problems, including , kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, obesity & depression. Learn more:
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Becca Ballantyne 14h
Had the privilege to attend last week. What a great event to remind us why we do what we do❤️ Fighting to find a cure for is no easy task, but when we unite together what a “relentless force” we become.
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LifeWorks Wellness Jun 12
We focus on addressing the underlying cause of heart disease, which can often be linked to inflammation. And we use additional therapies that are safe and effective. ❤️
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Christine Rosenbloom Jun 15
is the leading cause of death for American women and even light physical activity and housework can significantly decrease your risk of heart disease.
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Million Hearts ® Jun 15
is the #1 cause of death for men and causes 1 in 4 deaths among men. Share with patients how they can live a heart-healthier life—these 5 lifestyle changes can make a difference.
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Clare Delaney 3h
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DiVagno Cardiology Jun 8
Smoking can damage your arteries and increase the odds of suffering a stroke or .
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American Medicine Today Jun 11
A new breakthrough uses MRIs to help diagnose without needles. On to discuss is Dr. Frank Prato & Dr. Rohan Darma-Koomar with Lawson Health Research Institute in Ontario, Canada, of the team who developed this tech. Listen on Saturday at 12pm EST!
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