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  1. There are those who would have us believe that if we take an over the counter medication that is made up from a mixture of statin drugs and blood thinning drugs, then our risk of heart related health problems will reduce, but there is a large body of heal
    16-11-2009 by steele93e and 1 other
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  2. Women who eat lots of high glycemic index (GI) carbohydrates like white bread and ice-cream may be at greater risk of heart disease, but men do not seem to be affected, Italian scientists said on Monday.
    22-04-2010 by pcgirl65
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  3. Coronary heart disease broadly refers to the spectrum of clinical syndromes which are caused due to failure of the coronary arteries in the supply of sufficient blood to the heart.
    05-10-2010 by kevinvaughan
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  4. The whole process of arteries becoming blocked up isl originated from a high blood sugar count, eating junk food.
    21-11-2010 by carlolg
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  5. There is so much we know about heart health that it is so confusing The heart is specialised muscle that can beat without tiring .Yet eating a balanced diet would delay the illnesses such as Coronary heart disease and diabetes that trouble the western wor
    18-12-2010 by money24seven and 7 others
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  6. Popular high protein diets often include foods such as lean meats, chicken, beans, milk, etc and as a consequence can be effective as part of a weigh
    06-01-2011 by jleverrier
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  7. You can reduce the clinical consequences of high cholesterol by giving up smoking, or losing weight. Some risk factors, like age or gender can't be altered.
    13-03-2011 by dgray
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  8. Studies have found a link between high blood pressure and a greater drop in regular walking speeds in older adults, based on the results from a new National Institute of Health-funded study.
    17-03-2011 by toni36 and 7 others
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  9. Researchers have found a relationship between high blood pressure and a greater drop in average walking speeds in older adults, according to results from a new National Institute of Health-funded study.
    18-03-2011 by donwatson and 7 others
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  10. Both the American Heart Association and the British Heart Foundation recommend that anyone over the age of 25 should be having their cholesterol levels checked every five years. Anyone falling into a high risk category, for example people over 40, anyone
    18-03-2011 by cromero
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