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Articles That Discuss heart disease

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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Coenzyme Q10 Is Safe and Effective Cardiomyopathy Therapy

There was no positive evidence of toxicity or intolerance in a total of 368.9 patient-years of exposure. Coenzyme Q10 is safe and effective long-term therapy for chronic cardiomyopathy.” If you’re

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Coronary Artery Disease- Non-toxic, Non-conventional Therapies

HI David- I believe I have coronary artery disease. I have high cholesterol and blood sugar as well as angina and occasional shortness of breath. Im going to consume Panax Notoginseng daily. I’m female

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Heart Failure- Chemo-Induced Afib, Hi BP, DVT

I believe that if cancer survivors live long enough, the majority will develop late onset chemotherapy-induced heart failure- cardiomyopathy, AFib, High BP, DVT aka Blood clots-  I have chemotherapy-induced

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Beating Atrial Fibrillation- John D. Callahan

My name is David Emerson. I am a cancer survivor and director of PeopleBeatingCancer. In late 2010, I developed chronic or permanent atrial fibrillation (Afib). Like John Callahan, I too manage my own

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Exercise w/ Atrial Fibrillation-Good or Bad?

The burden of arrhythmia can be reduced by physical exercise. The effect of exercise intensity on burden of atrial fibrillation (a-fib) needs to be studied further You’ve developed atrial fibrillation

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CoQ10 to Improve Ejection Fraction in Congestive Heart Failure

“Pooled analyses of available randomized controlled trials suggest that CoQ₁₀ may improve the Ejection Fraction in patients with congestive heart failure” I have chronic atrial fibrillation

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Heart Health Post SCT, Post Chemo-

In a period of less than one year, my oncologist had me undergo four cardiotoxic chemotherapy regimens- Adriamycin, Cytoxan, Busulfan, and Melphalan. To say that oncology has known about cardio toxicity

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