Browse Articles By Tag: heart disease
There are really only two ways that children end up with heart disease – either they are born with some type of congenital defect or the disease is acquired through other means such as illness or even some other type of disease which could harm the heart or blood...
12.01.2013 · From TheAuthor
Heart disease is a major health issue globally because it kills more people than many other diseases combined! The downer of it all is that a large portion of these cases could have been prevented. (...)
10.01.2013 · From TheAuthor
Heart disease could end up being one of the most significant things to happen to you in your life. It can shorten your lifespan and cause pain, not only for yourself but also for the loved ones you leave behind. It doesn't have to be like that though. (...)
08.01.2013 · From TheAuthor
Having a baby is the ultimate showing that life is miraculous. However, that miracle could be put at risk when you are pregnant, particularly if you have some type of heart disease. Being pregnant places quite a burden on a woman's body, particularly the heart. (...)
08.01.2013 · From TheAuthor
The best heart healthy diet is one that is full of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat dairy, fish and lean meats. Where does that leave all the good tasting stuff like salt, sugar or even buttery spreads for your bread? There has been some debate as to whether...
31.12.2012 · From TheAuthor
Trying to capture all of the different threads that weave itself into heart disease is darn well near impossible. So many different health issues exist that play into the disease including the genetics ties. (...)
30.12.2012 · From TheAuthor
If you are at risk for heart disease or your doctor has said that you do have it, there is no time for regrets on what might have been. Your past diet may have been littered with junk food, eating out and not enough healthy choices. (...)
29.12.2012 · From TheAuthor
Your heart beats involuntarily so it is quite easy to forget about the one of the most important organs of the body. This is definitely a problem if you follow a sedentary lifestyle and load up on foods high in fat, cholesterol, salt and other ingredients bad for you. (...)
26.12.2012 · From TheAuthor
The old saying about you are what you eat definitely holds true when you are trying to avoid heart disease. You eat fatty foods and that fat tends to end up collecting in some of the arteries in your body, blocking proper blood flow. (...)
25.12.2012 · From TheAuthor
Cholesterol has long been touted as a major bad guy in heart disease. That view has been slowly changing in the medical community, thanks to a number of studies and unanswered questions. First of all, if cholesterol is such a blood vessel blocker, why doesn’t it...
22.12.2012 · From TheAuthor
Heart disease is the number one killer of people in the United States which makes it devastating as some cases could have been prevented with clean living, exercise and better diets. Of course, some problems that contribute to heart disease are genetic or the result...
21.12.2012 · From TheAuthor
Parents, you want to do whatever you can to spare your children pain and suffering right? Well, what you do with them now can affect their health later when they are your age. Do you want them to be at the doctor's getting the bad news that they have heart disease?...
20.12.2012 · From TheAuthor
When you have heart disease, there is no one single approach for treatment; rather you would have to introduce several lifestyle changes in order to get a handle on it. You would need to work with your doctor to determine the best mix of treatments to combat your...
18.12.2012 · From TheAuthor
Almost 33% of people with heart disease have no idea they have it. That is quite a scary figure and definitely not a little statistical blip in the health radar. There are many heart attack symptoms that resemble other ailments which is a big reason why this 33%...
16.12.2012 · From TheAuthor
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