Press Releases with tag "heart disease"
Dr. Chris M.Nussbaum of Concierge Care Tampa Bay Can Save Your Life
How Concierge Care Tampa Bay A Private Membership Medical Practice Can Protect You from Heart Disease
Eighty Percent of Heart Disease Is Preventable, Say Mayo Clinic Researchers
Researchers agree, never too late to make healthy and positive diet and lifestyle changes.
Healthy Diet Menus For You Shares In The Celebration Of National Oatmeal Month
Oatmeal is one of the healthiest foods you could eat for diabetes or heart disease diets. This month we are spreading the word about how oatmeal can be a game changer in your life and improve your health.
New Online Magazine Launched for Those Facing Health Challenges
Your Life Today online magazine has been launched for those dealing with health challenges. Its purpose is to help readers make the most out of their time, energy and resources and find joy in the midst of challenges.
Risk of Lung Cancer Dramatically Lower Among Non-smokers, Experts Say
A century ago, lung cancer was rare, but it has since become the number one killer cancer in the U.S., followed by breast cancer.
Heart Smart Diabetic Supplies Company to Exhibit At 2012 Latina Heart Health Conference
Mini Pharmacy, a Los Angeles-based diabetes supply
company will be exhibiting at the 2012 Latina Heart Health Conference.
PREFERRED HEARING CARE Promotes American Heart Month and National Wear Red Day®
PREFERRED HEARING CARE is joining the Better Hearing Institute in promoting American Heart Month in February and National Wear Red Day® on February 3, 2012. PREFERRED HEARING CARE will be raising awareness of the threat that heart disease poses.
Boscobel Area Health Care Delivers Non-invasive EECP® Therapy to Relieve Symptoms of Patients with “Unfixable” Coronary Artery Disease
Painless outpatient treatment boosts blood flow to the heart, stops chest pain, restores energy and ability to exercise, and can reduce need for medication says Dr. Thomas Pelz, Director of BAHC’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program
Web MD Medical Expert Dr. Michael Richman Featured Health Advisor On The Dennis Prager Show This Thursday, December 22, 2011 11:00AM PST
A regular guest on The Dennis Prager Show, Dr. Michael Richman returns to educate Townhall listeners on the latest heart health information for men, women and now children.
June Is National Men’s Health Month
The health of men is often overlooked. Women typically dominate the market. Men do have unique health concerns that need to be dealt with. Take this month to learn about health and help the men in our lives live long, happy lives, free of problems.
Foods That Lower Cholesterol And Other Natural Techniques For A Healthier Heart Showcased At FoodsThatLowerCholesterol.org
FoodsThatLowerCholesterol.org was designed to help people learn about lowering cholesterol through diet, exercise and lifestyle modifications and natural supplements, to develop and maintain a healthy cardiovascular system.
Medication Guide App IPharmacy Comes To The Android Marketplace
#1 Medical App of Apple Store Comes to The Android Market to Offer Information About Over 20,000 Drugs
Vegetarians Are A Third Less Likely To Suffer Heart Problems
It has long been considered that a diet high in fruit and vegetables has health benefits, such as reducing risk of obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes. A new study reported that vegetarians are a third less likely to suffer heart problems.
Getting America Healthy - New Initiative Targets The Heart
American people are being urged to eat better, exercise more before risk factors develop. US health officials and the American Heart Association have proposed a set of goals for reducing deaths from heart attack, stroke and coronary heart disease.
Are You Heading For A Heart Attack?
Everyone needs cholesterol, because it plays an essential role in various bodily functions - especially cell formation and hormone production - but too much of it can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease.
Why Watching TV Can Put Your Kids Hearts At Risk
Children who spend too much time watching television increase the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes in later life.
American Spend On Drugs Is In Decline
Americans consume a lot of prescription drugs. And they seem especially fond of those to lower their cholesterol, relieve their heartburn, cheer them up and take away pain. Overall, however, their spending on such drugs is slowing.
440,000 Americans Die of Smoking-Related Diseases Each Year; Is Smoking Really Worth It?
Recent studies have shown that cigarette smokers are almost guaranteed to develop chronic lung disease and other deadly disease in the future. These diseases claim the lives of many smokers but why can't they seem to quit this deadly habit?
How Serious Is A Lacunar Stroke?
Lacunar stroke is a type of stroke that results from occlusion of one of the penetrating arteries that provides blood to the brain's deep structures. A lacunar stroke is not as serious as its bigger brother, but it should still be taken seriously.
Shocking News: Heart Disease Leading Cause Of Smoking Related Deaths, If You're A Smoker How Do You Know If Your Days Are Numbered?
Recent studies have shown that both men and women who smoke nearly double their chances of being diagnosed with many types of cardiovascular diseases in the future.
Heart Disease Can Strike At Any Age
"I'm young, I can't possibly have high cholesterol or high blood pressure."
Those could be famous last words ... heart disease has no respect for youth. No matter what age you are, you should know your numbers ... blood pressure and cholesterol.
Discover All The Benefits Of Potassium-Rich Foods
Increasing your intake of potassium rich foods can significantly reduce the risk of contracting heart disease or suffering a stroke. High Blood Pressure Insider promotes the importance of improving the ratio of potassium to sodium in your diet.
High Blood Pressure Insider Asks "Can Low Blood Pressure Be A Bad Thing?"
High Blood Pressure Insider is dedicated to promoting a more natural approach to achieving low blood pressure. Usually, the lower your blood pressure, the healthier you are felt to be. But is this always the case?
The Best Way To Prevent High Blood Pressure Is A Healthy Diet
Your diet, exercise levels and weight have a real effect on your blood pressure. For anyone with high blood pressure, diet can be a key factor in managing the condition. High Blood Pressure Insider is uniquely dedicated to promoting healthy eating.
Do You Love Your Heart?
Coronary heart disease is the biggest killer in the USA, UK and Canada.But medical advances mean that having heart disease is no longer a death sentence and there are lots of things you can do to reduce the risk, naturally.