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Apex Heart Institute Jul 22
Although getting older is the biggest risk factor for dementia, evidence shows there are things you can do to help reduce your risk: keeping active, eating healthily & exercising your mind. Look after your heart, and your heart will look after you.
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Dr. Stephen Hussey Jul 16
The left ventricle is under more pressure by design. A shift in metabolism in the heart from burning fat to burning glucose causes lactic acid build up creating swelling and increased pressure. The left ventricle is more readily affected by this pressure.
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Shannon Jul 16
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JNS Staffing 21h
Study : Millions of people should stop using aspirin for heart health. Why they should do it ?
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Harvard Health Jul 17
To lower your heart disease risk, swap beef for beans.
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine Jul 21
10,000, 120/80, 6-8 – find out what these numbers have to do with you and your .
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Harvard Health 3h
FDA strengthens warning that NSAIDs increase heart attack and stroke risk:
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UT Southwestern News Jul 16
is known to benefit babies, but can it harm mom’s heart health? In this MedBlog, Shivani Patel, M.D., discusses recent data and what women need to know.
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Cardioset Medical 20h
According to new research published in the journal Diabetologia, diabetes is associated with an increased risk of heart failure - but more so in women than in men. To learn more about the results of the study, click here:
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Ballé Bliss Jul 21
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Harvard Health Jul 21
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New research reported in a recent issue of the journal Cell Reports shows that disruption of immune cell behavior may lead to heart failure. To read more about the specific process and how it impacts heart health, visit this page:
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