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    Boost your Heart Health with these 7 Foods

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    Believe it or not, the connection between nutrition and health hasn’t always been clear. Traditionally, Western Medicine practitioners believed that disease and illness were issues that could be only be addressed with medicine and...
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    Heart Healthy Diet Tips for American Heart Month

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    February is American Heart Month, and the goal for this month is to raise awareness about heart disease and how to prevent it. You can help prevent heart disease by making key lifestyle choices and...
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    Live Without Heart Pain: Your Guide to Live Heart Smart

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    As you may know, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease. That’s why it’s...
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    National Family History Day: Knowing is the Key to Prevention

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    Did you know the the stories you’ve heard from your family can give you important and helpful insight about your long-term health and wellness? It’s more than just using DNA tools to discover your...
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    Preventing Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Take These Steps

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    October is upon us, and with it comes many opportunities to learn about specific health conditions such as sudden cardiac arrest and raise awareness for their observances. This includes a vital one to heart...
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    The Cold Facts About Extreme Heat

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    Remember when "98 degrees" was mostly a reference to a 1990s boy band? With temperatures exceeding 100 degrees expected to continue in parts of the country, heat-related health problems are a real worry. Here's...
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    Study: NSAIDs Raise Risk of Heart Problems

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    High doses of these common painkillers double the risk of heart failure, finds a new study. As every pain patient knows, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs--better known as NSAIDs--are the backbone of pain relief. So any risks...