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Amanda P. Williams, MD, MPH Nov 15
The Electric Slide🌟 might be getting started in heaven right now. My aunt was the life of every party. Ladies, remember is the leading killer of women❣️
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Evan Kirstel Nov 14
Scientists 3D printed the world's first living using the cells from the patient. We are one step closer to a that could save more lives.
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Harry Frasier Ⓥ Nov 16
Replying to @Nigella_Lawson
Yuck, no thanks! 🤢 According to Oxford University: Red meat (such as , lamb and pork) as well as bacon, ham and sausages, are killing 1,000s of people every year in the UK.
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Dr Ahmed Kalebi 5h
Surgery for blocked coronary arteries is often unwarranted: Drug therapy alone may save lives as effectively as bypass or surgery stenting procedures, a large federal study showed
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madhulika agrawal 5m
The renowned Dr Esselstyn, a former Olympic rower, known for treating through nutrition shares his secret. Still fit at 85, he continues to help people. If you fear heart disease listen to him
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Evan Kirstel 1h
NUTS! A study in the International Journal of Epidemiology found that people who got more from & were 40% less likely to develop relative to the control group
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Gabe Canales Nov 14
90% of reported receiving minimal or no instruction on during medical training’ and is #1 killer of men, and 80% of deaths preventable. Our diets are killing us and doctors aren't trained to help
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Nitpix.net News in the Public Interest 2h
"Study Finds Limited Benefits of Stent Use for Millions With Heart Disease" "Drugs and healthier lifestyle can be as effective for patients with stable coronary artery disease, research shows"
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Brian Locsin 3h
Curiously, this common treatment for gout was successful in preventing cardiovascular events compared to placebo. More evidence of the strong inflammatory etiology of cardiovascular disease.
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Evan Kirstel 1h
🐱 Cat owners are less likely to die from according to at least one study. Looks like my cat obsession might be healthy after all. 😻😻
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Ashwani🌱Garg 🇺🇸 ☯禅☸️ 🌏☮️🇮🇳 4h
Replying to @agargmd
No evidence patients with severe but stable who underwent procedures experienced lower rates of major events compared to those treated with medications and lifestyle changes alone, confirming results of an earlier trial from UK.
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Dr Paul Kasenene Nov 15
The time you go to bed impacts your . Going to bed after midnight is associated with higher risk of even if you get the minimum recommended 7 hours of sleep. Our health is affected by our natural biological clock. Go to bed early and rise early.
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BioTE® Medical Nov 13
The endocrine system is a series of glands that produce and disseminate female hormones throughout the body. They may help determine whether an individual will be at risk for diabetes, , osteoporosis, , and thyroid disease.
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HealthMarkets4U 10h
❤️ ❤️ A of the heart might be used to predict and prevent in the future IrmaRaste eViRaHealth
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zoe mac 12h
just heard a guy say the secret at Popeyes is get a sandwich and a biscuit and put the biscuit INSIDE the sandwich 😷🤮
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Jess 2h
Saw a news story from last night on YouTube about the “best” way to manage : surgery or drugs.... I’m so angry right now because both of those options are 100% unnecessary. If you have heart disease, and just see what happens.
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Amin Yehya Nov 13
Coming to theaters near you 🤷🏽‍♂️🎬🎥
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Get Healthy Rotherham Nov 16
Heart and circulatory disease kills 1 out of 4 people every year which can be caused by being overweight. This can increase the amount of fatty materials in the blood leading to damaged arteries having an overall effect on your heart.
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Certified by Design Nov 14
has been found to reduce artery blockage, prevent oxidative stress, and reduce blood pressure. Because of this, research shows that CBD may help with
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JASON GREGORY BOGGS 2h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
SUFFERING FROM , ? . . . THAT'LL TAKE YOU DOWN.
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