Hair Loss Due To Various Diseases Or Surgery

Hair Loss Due To Various Diseases Or Surgery Most times, hair loss is explained in the context of genetics and a change in the hormonal balance of one’s body. However, hair loss can also be a symptom of an underlying disease or a result from a surgery. Skin diseases that affect the scalp form one […]

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All About Diabetes : Symptoms, Causes, Types

All About Diabetes : Symptoms, Causes, Types While talking about diabetes, you may be frightened from the idea that you may have it. Or maybe, you may have it in the future. You want to know if you are at risk to develop diabetes and anxiously you’re looking to find if you have any diabetes […]

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A Short Tutorial About Various Diabetic Supplies

A Short Tutorial About Various Diabetic Supplies Diabetes is a chronic disease with no cure but the good news is that proper care and treatment a person can live a log and healthy life. Nearly 2,000 people are diagnosed with diabetes everyday. It is estimated that there are 17 million people with diabetes in the […]

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Women Need to Know More About Treating Heart Disease

Women Need to Know More About Treating Heart Disease Although 73 percent of women know how to prevent heart disease, many are unaware of how to treat it once a diagnosis has been made. In a survey of 1,979 women over age 35, only 55 percent said they understand how to treat heart disease. Respondents […]

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When the Cardiologist says you have heart disease

When the Cardiologist says you have heart disease So angiogram was in my immediate future. I’m told this is a safe and relatively painless procedure and not to worry. There were plenty of things to worry about however. They don’t want to shove a camera up through my body and into my heart because of […]

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Steps to Help Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is responsible for almost 1 million deaths annually in the United States, half of which are women. The good news is that many of the risk factors that lead to heart disease – obesity, smoking and a sedentary lifestyle, to name just a few – can be […]

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Putting Together Pieces Of The Heart Disease Puzzle

Despite many advances in heart disease, it continues to be a large public health threat in the United States. More than 70 million Americans have heart disease. One American dies from heart disease every 34 seconds. Nearly half of the population will suffer a heart attack or stroke in his or her lifetime. As the […]

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How to Prevent Coronary Heart Disease and Heart Attack

Coronary heart disease and heart attack like heart infarction can in great extend be prevented by lifestyle measures. THE DIRECT CAUSES OF HEART DISEASE The direct causes of coronary heart disease and heart attack are factors like these: – Narrowing of blood vessels in the heart and the rest of the body by arteriosclerosis. – […]

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Heart Diseases: New Guidelines for Detection and Treatment of Arterial Disease

The American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association launched different guidelines related to peripheral arterial disease in order to help doctors and all healthcare professionals to treat in a better way this common condition. According to statistics, more than 12 million people suffer from Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) in the United States. PAD […]

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Heart Attacks, Silent And Deadly

Heart disease is one of the nation’s deadliest killers taking the lives of almost one million Americans each year. Each of us has a different susceptibility to cardiovascular disease. Your fitness level and what you eat plays a major role. Approximately 64 million Americans have cardiovascular disease, and here’s the shocker; as many as 40 […]

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