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Articles That Discuss heart disease

Chemotherapy-Induced CardioVascular Disease- How Many Die?

“…deaths from cardiovascular disease among patients…has shown that more than one in ten cancer patients do not die from their cancer but from heart and blood vessel problems instead…” The

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Coffee, Cardiovascular Disease, Stroke Risk and Heart Failure- What Do the Studies Say?

“But drinking moderate amounts of coffee is linked to lower rates of pretty much all cardiovascular disease, contrary to what many might have heard about the dangers of coffee or caffeine…” I

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Cardiac Rehabilitation- Omega 3 Fatty Acids, Heart Failure

“These findings provide further insights regarding the impact of omega-3 PUFAs administration on left ventricle performance indices, systemic inflammation and fibrosis biomarkers in patients with

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Coffee, Afib, Cardiomyopathy and Cancer Survivor

The latest research suggests drinking your morning cup of coffee/joe/java is safe for your heart, and may even be good for it. When it comes to coffee and heart issues, I am the proverbial canary in a

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PQQ, Anti-Cancer, Pro-Heart Health

“Chronic heart failure (CHF) is usually caused by systolic or diastolic dysfunction (1). Mitochondria, as important organelles for maintaining heart function, provide energy for each heartbeat (2).” Dear

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Non-Toxic Heart-Healthy, Blood Pressure Therapy- Cranberries?

Researchers note that cranberry juice is rich in antioxidants — naturally occurring molecules in fruit, tea, wine and other foods — which have been associated with lower blood pressure in other

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Cardiac Rehabilitation: Blood Pressure, Hypertension Mgmt w/ Neutraceuticals, Lifestyle

“When used in combination with other nutrients and nutraceutical supplements, though, the anti-hypertension effect can be magnified…” The first rule of cardiac rehabilitation for chemotherapy-induced

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Heart Failure + Surgery = Higher Risk of Death

They found that within 90 days after surgery, 10.1 percent of heart failure patients who had symptoms from their heart condition died. I developed chronic atrial fibrillation (afib) in the fall of 2010.

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SubClinical Cardiovascular Disease, Falls in the Elderly

“…our study shows that subclinical cardiovascular disease is itself a fall risk factor. This raises the important question of whether treatment of subclinical cardiovascular disease could help

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Chemo-Induced Heart Failure-Cardiac Rehabilitation- Omega-3 fatty acids

“High plasma levels of the kinds of fatty acids found in fish oil were associated with a lower long-term risk for new heart failure (HF), whether with reduced or preserved ejection fraction…” I

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