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Articles That Discuss heart disease

Chemotherapy-induced Cardiomyopathy, Hypertension

“Chemotherapy-induced cardiotoxicity treatment treatment refers to the damage of heart muscles due to intake of chemotherapy drugs.” It isn’t the fact that many chemotherapy regimes are

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Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy for Chemotherapy-Induced Cardiomyopathy

“Among patients with chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy eligible for cardiac resynchronization therapy, CRT improved left ventricular function and promoted reverse remodeling…” Read

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Cardiac Rehab with Magnesium

Increasing dietary magnesium intake is associated with a reduced risk of stroke, heart failure, diabetes, and all-cause mortality, but not CHD or total CVD. I am a long-term cancer survivor. I have ignored

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Stroke Prevention Diet and Supplementation

“…greens turned out to be associated with the strongest protection against major chronic diseases, including a 20% reduction of stroke for every additional serving.” I live with an increased

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Lower Blood Pressure w/ Evidence-based, Non-toxic Therapies

Exercise, Nutrition, Sauna and a host of nutritional supplements including nattokinase, taurine, omega-3 fatty acids, and more have proven ability to lower blood pressure. Last week I was diagnosed with

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Atrial Fibrilation-Catheter Ablation More Popular But Complications Rise

“Catheter ablation (for afib) volumes rose 2.5-fold during the study period…The overall in-hospital complication rate increased during the study period from 3.07% to 7.04%” I developed

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Xarelto Lawsuit Highlights Risks of Conventional Blood Thinners

“Given all this information, people who are on Xarelto, or those caring for those who are, may have some concerns. Experts say it’s best to take those concerns straight to the doctor or specialist

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Evidence to Manage My Heart Disease is “Weak”

This problem (weak evidence) is by no means unique to heart disease. Many medical decisions are based on weak evidence or even human hunches rather than high-quality evidence… Evidence-based medicine

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Hospitalized for Heart Failure, Stroke? Reduce Blood Clot (VTE) Risk-

Patients with an acute medical illness such as pneumonia, stroke, or congestive heart failure are highly susceptible to the development of venous thromboembolism (VTE) during their hospital stay and up

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40% of Seniors Experience A-fib- Reduce Risk of Stroke W/ Non-Toxic Therapy

“By 30 months, 40 percent of patients were determined to have suffered at least one episode of this type of abnormal rhythm (A-fib)…” If you take away only two pieces of information from

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