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2 Things That Cannot Be Skipped For Diabetics
Diabetes can raise the risk of leading to heart disease. One should not treat this lightly if he or she has confirmed to be diabetic. Besides medications, urine test and exercise are the two things that cannot be skipped.

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All You Need To Know About Insulin
Whenever we talk about heart disease, we always list diabetes mellitus as one of the risk factors. With the mention of diabetes, it is unlikely that we can ignore the involvement of insulin.

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An Ancient Herbal Therapy For Diabetics
A recent study revealed that an herbal therapy that has been used for thousands of years may help control blood sugar levels in people suffering from Type-2 diabetes. Milk thistle, a flowering herb, contains several chemicals with possible medical effects.

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Are You A Perfectionist?
A perfectionist is one who regards anything short of perfect as unacceptable. But in the eyes of experts in psychology, perfectionists are those who hold unrealistically high standards and judge themselves or others as always falling short.

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Are You Aware That Walnuts Can Combat Unhealthy Fats?
Research suggests that eating walnuts at the end of a meal may help cut the damage that is done to the arteries by the fatty food. It is believed that the nuts are rich in compounds that reduce hardening of the arteries, and keep them flexible.

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Arteries Can Be Damaged In Obese Children!
Millions of children could end up with diabetes, heart disease, and other problems linked to being overweight and their parents are not even aware of it.

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Beware Of Kids That Have Signs Of Heart Disease!
Under normal circumstances, we would think that only adults, especially elderly, will have narrowing and hardening of arteries. But, the findings of a study presented at the annual American Heart Association in Chicago last month (Nov 2006) will probably change our views.

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Blindness Could Be Caused By Diabetes!
Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that reduces a personís immunity. It can lead to heart disease, and it may also affect some organs of the body, such as the eyes.

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Can High Dose Statin Help Reduce Blood Cholesterol Levels?
Persons with heart trouble and high blood cholesterol levels are sometimes put by their doctors on high dosage of statin drugs so as to quickly lower their blood cholesterol levels. High dosage of statin can offer only a marginal benefit compared to the current treatment.

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Can Vitamins Reduce The Risk Of Heart Disease?
The interest in Vitamins A, C, and E stems from their antioxidant properties. Antioxidants interfere with the complex process through which LDL cholesterol starts plaque formation.

 
 
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Drug Coated Stents May Be Harmful To Patients!
Drug-coated stents have hailed as a major advance just 3 years ago are now being blamed to cause blood clots and other complications in certain high-risk cases and patients.

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Exercise Before Meal May Keep You Heart Healthy!
There is no question that exercise is always part of a heart-healthy lifestyle. But when is the best time to exercise? After reading this article, perhaps you may want to exercise before meal.

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How A Diabetic Manages His Disease
Family history, obesity, lack of exercise, and unhealthy diet can cause one to develop such disease. If it is not managed properly, it may result in complications such as kidney failure, blindness, and neuropathy. Diabetics are also at a higher risk to develop heart disease.

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How Holidays Can Lead To More Cardiac Mortality?
Christmas and New Year are two of the holiday seasons that are supposed to fill people with joys and happiness. But, do you know that death rates due to heart disease and other causes are higher around Christmas and New Year's Day than other days of the year.

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Is Crestor The Magic Treatment For Diabetes?
A 26-week study showed that Crestor (rosuvastatin) is more effective than any other in reducing the bad cholesterol level in patients with Type-2 diabetes.

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Is Fruit Fiber Superior Than Vegetable Fiber For Heart?
Not all fiber is created equal, and not all may offer equal protection for heart disease. Only dietary fiber from cereals and fruits, but not vegetables, appeared to reduce the risk of heart disease.

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Is There Any Heart Healthy Alternative To Your Favorite Spread?
Mayonnaise, cream cheese, and any other tasty spread that are favored by people in the past are quickly replaced by nut butters that share the stellar nutritional profile of peanut butter.

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Low-fat Or Low-carb Diet? Which Is Better?
People tend to eat more refined carbohydrates when fats are reduced. This could be a reason why reduction of fat in American diets has not led to decrease in heart-related illnesses.

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Mixing heart drugs can be fatal!
A standard combination of diuretics and blood-pressure drugs has been prescribed to heart-failure patients by their doctors. Such treatment has widely been used in United States following...

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Risk of overweight for youngsters who skimp on milk
Youngsters who skimp on milk and other dairy food to avoid calories actually appear to substantially increase their risk of becoming overweight.

 
 
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Second Hand Smoke Can Be More Dangerous Than What You Think
If I do not smoke, I do not need to worry about it. This statement is only partially right. People may not aware that each time someone smokes, poisons are released into the air.

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Soy And Its Healing Power On Heart Disease
In reality, soybean is more than just a bean because of its amusing healing power on various diseases. Many researches have been conducted on the health effects of soybeans and soybean constituents.

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Staying Healthy Need Not Diet  But Exercise
Now, some British researchers have advised clinically obese women donít go on diet but change the way they eat, and they can eat whatever they want in moderation to improve their health.

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Test Blood First To Decide What Diet Is Best
Anyone who intends to go on diet will need to go for a blood test. Dr Cohen will personally analyze the blood test results and he will then come up with a specific eating plan which balances proteins and carbohydrates. The diet is not based solely on counting calories, but on food types, quantities and combinations.

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The Importance Of Selecting The Right Fish Oil Pills
Despite the possible presence of contaminants in fish, benefits of eating fish cannot be denied as supported by numerous researches and studies. Fish contain omega-3 fatty acid that helps reduce the risk of heart disease.

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The Importance Of Shaping Good Eating Habits For Children
Obesity in schoolchildren has increased in the last decade. The impact of obesity is that more children are now with Type 2 or lifestyle diabetes as a result of their diets and less exercise. This is a worldwide problem that is not to be overlooked because diabetes and obesity are two of the leading risk factors of heart disease.

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What Can A Herbal Wonder Drug Do For Your Heart?
Garlic, whether raw or cooked, is famous for its strong characteristic odor. But, are you aware that garlic can be used medically besides its culinary purposes. In fact, garlic has long been considered as a herbal "Wonder Drug".

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What Barley Can Do For Your Heart?
Diet high in soluble fiber had greatest effect on reducing LDL. Products containing whole or milled barley grain can reduce the risk of heart disease.

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What Ginkgo Can Help To Prevent Heart Disease?
Ginkgo has become one of the well-researched herbs in the world, and can also be used to prevent and overcome problems related to heart disease.

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You Can Be Old But Your Heart Must Be Young
Heart health needs not deteriorate when you grow older. You must focus on the impact of heart disease and the risk factors in order to help prolong your heartís youth.

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