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According to information from the American Heart Association, all forms of heart disease still account for one out of every three deaths, and heart disease is still the number one cause of death in ... Read More »
Nobody likes the idea of committing to a medication for life. Whether you don’t feel like filling your prescription, run out of money to pay for your meds or just get sick of taking pills you will ... Read More »
Rivaroxaban was just FDA approved after it was found to be as good as Coumadin (Warfarin) for stroke prevention in those with atrial fibrillation. This should come as a relief to those of you on ... Read More »
Heart-unhealthy behaviors are the same factors that negatively affect male fertility. Obesity, high cholesterol and blood pressure, lack of exercise, improper diet, stress, and depression have an ... Read More »
There are things that you can do without visiting a professional to improve your own emotional health. Try one or all of these self-care suggestions: Expression of Feelings: If you are ... Read More »
Many of you pay high co-payments for services and medications you think should be covered by insurance. Well, it turns out the Institute of Medicine (IOM) agrees and has recommended adding eight ... Read More »
Do you have characteristics associated with metabolic syndrome? If your answer is yes, you are at increased risk for several chronic and potentially life-threatening conditions, including heart ... Read More »
The new US dietary guidelines, published in January of this year, tell us more about what we should be eating as opposed to what not to eat, which is a departure from the previous USDA communications ... Read More »
Over the past 15 years, the practice of yoga has gone from being considered by many as a “new age” practice to being embraced by mainstream medical practices, with much research being done on the ... Read More »
Last week, we went red for women and heart disease. Over the last decade there have been major changes in the treatment of acute myocardial infarction (heart attack). What you may not know is there ... Read More »

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