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Olive Wellness Institute Oct 27
There is evidence to suggest that there is an association between consumption and a reduced risk of and . You can read more about this here:
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Kristie Leong M.D. Oct 24
Exercise is not only good for -it may lower the risk of these forms of . It may help by: +Reducing insulin (stimulates the growth of some cancers) +Helping w/weight control +Enhancing immune surveillance against cancer
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Harvard Health Oct 25
These are 5 of the best exercises you can ever do.
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Leading Edge Senior Care Oct 28
It is recommended to eat a healthy diet, but what foods should you include or avoid? These are the foods to eat for a Heart Healthy Diet
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GoSocial Healthcare 19h
A mid-day nap improves your memory and reduces the chances of developing heart diseases.
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OperationSweetTooth Oct 28
We are back in action! Today we had the honor of providing a AED for a new private school getting ready to open next month! As always, we hope it is never used but available if need be!
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Intelli-Heart Services, Inc Oct 27
Like the movie frozen said. Let it grow! Live must be nurtured and tended to for it to blossom. - - ❤️
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Clovis Urgent Care Oct 28
According to the , around 655,000 Americans die from heart disease each year. Take care of your health with these tips! ...
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Genome Alberta Oct 27
In 2008 with & funding, a gene for sudden cardiac arrest was found leading to better screening of patients. More about what we have accomplished over the last 20 years.
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San Francisco CPR 44m
Are you taking care of your heart? A healthy lifestyle can prevent many cases of heart diseases. ❤️
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Tim Cogley Foundation Oct 28
Since we began our cardiac screening programme we have potentially saved 31 young lives. Our aim is to continue this and save as many people as possible. Have you booked in for your free screening yet? ❤️
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John Damianos, M.D. 5h
Higher serum marine-derived(EPA)+plant-based(ALA) levels from dietary consumption of foods like , nuts/seeds, and soy, is associated with better prognosis after a💔attack
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Nick Norwitz Oct 26
A standard lipid panel (total cholesterol, LDL, HDL, and triglycerides) may not be sufficient to determine heart disease risk in those who follow a ketogenic diet. #
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Oriba L Dan, MD 🌍 17h
Atherosclerosis a condition in which fatty deposits called "plaques" build up inside the arteries in your body. Atherosclerosis is the reason most people have a heart attack or a stroke.
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Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival 13h
By participating in the Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival, EMS providers and hospitals are taking the initial step to saving lives in their community.
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Holisticnewslive Oct 26
Kyolic® Aged Garlic Extract Improves Heart Health 🚑 😻
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Kristen Jakobitz Oct 26
Eating an a day may have beneficial effects on the heart, according to a randomized, controlled study in the Journal of Nutrition.
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Priya Tew Oct 22
Excited to announce that I’ve a book coming out on the Dash Diet: The DASH Diet: Lower your blood pressure, help your
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Life At Nature 22h
1️⃣ in 5️⃣ deaths from heart disease is caused by tobacco use and exposure to second-hand smoke, Don't smoke.. INFO -
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SwitchForGood Oct 25
through ❤ One organ donor can save EIGHT LIVES. 🙌 Sign up to be a donor in your state using the link below.
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