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Here's a test to see how much you know about the incidence of heart disease in women. What percent of annual deaths of women in the United States are caused by coronary artery disease (CAD), and ... Read More »
So much has been written about the modern dilemma men are facing. In the past, it was women who were struggling to have it all. They wanted to have well paying careers, children, and a fulfilling ... Read More »
Alcohol use is a difficult paradox for physicians. You can use it safely, and it may improve health, but heavy alcohol results in catastrophic complications wreaking havoc on people’s lives. As you ... Read More »
As if you need ANOTHER reason to lose your muffin top; those extra pounds are not keeping you out of your skinny jeans, but fat around the middle has been linked to: high blood pressure, high ... Read More »
Are you familiar with the term clean eating? The editors of Clean Eating magazine state that the basic idea is "consuming food in its most natural state, or as close to it as possible." Clean ... Read More »
For most of us, hearts, flowers, and candy symbolizes Valentine's Day, but according to MedlinePlus, it’s also a day when approximately 2,800 people—parents, aunts, friends, siblings, uncles, ... Read More »
There is a new procedure being done in the United States with results so exciting it may change the face of medicine. A trial is underway with results that won’t be released until March 2013 but ... Read More »
We all love a good hearty laugh but some of us just aren’t getting our proper daily dose. In August 2011, research was presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Paris that ... Read More »
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 »
On June 14, 2011, the Washington Post published an article by Lenny Bernstein on the unknown cause of the popular experience of “runners high” and whether or not this often reported “state of ... Read More »

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