Heart Attack Prevention for Women



I just found this health related video on YouTube ... and thought you might enjoy it! http://www.youtube.com/v/owWCMpSFS4g?version=3&f=videos&app=youtube_gdata Dr. Bob gives tips for … [Read more...]


`Tis the season for heart attacks?



‘Tis the season for joy and cheers ... and cardiac events. Okay, I don't want to dampen your high spirits during the holidays but it has been shown again and again that there is a distinct spike in … [Read more...]


Stress in your tresses: what your hair can tell about your heart



Our hair tells a lot of stories about us. Substances we get in contact with get deposited on our hair and persist there for a long time. Thus, your hair records environmental exposure to substances be … [Read more...]


Traffic exposure can trigger a heart attack



We are exposed to traffic everyday, whether as a commuter or as a driver. Some of us are even exposed as part of our jobs, e.g. as traffic policemen, bus drivers, tec. This post explores the link … [Read more...]


Do women ignore heart symptoms and delay seeking medical care?



During those months when I had my heart problems, I experienced symptoms ranging from breathlessness to chronic tiredness. I was lucky because my professional background as a medical writer helped me … [Read more...]


Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes, Lessened By RA Meds



As published in the open access journal Arthritis Research & Therapy, patients on prescribed rheumatoid arthritis (RA) medications could be at a reduced risk of heart attacks and stroke Such were … [Read more...]


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