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A True Story Of A Young Man With A New Heart
A 20-year-old young man, Richard (not his real name) considered he was given a very special present – a new heart a new life, when he...

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Can Diabetes Be Managed By Supplements?
It is important to get enough B vitamins to balance sugar levels but relying solely on B-complex supplement alone will not solve the problem. Medication should be taken but meanwhile one should...

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Can Diet With Supplements And Exercise Reverse Type 2 Diabetes?
Some health professionals and experts do believe that a low-glycemic load diet, coupled with multivitamin, chromium and cinnamon, plus moderate amount of exercise usually can reverse type 2 diabetes.

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Can I Travel With Heart Disease?
Can I travel if I have heart disease? This is a common question that people will ask, especially if they have intention to travel by air. It can safely be done, provided few precautions are taken.

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Can Qigong Help Stroke Recovery?
Although he has never fully regained his speech and mobility, qigong has helped him to forget his bitterness about the stroke improved his mobility, and allowed him to...

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Causes And Treatment Of Hypertension
Hypertension can lead to a number of complications including stroke, heart failure, kidney failure, and heart attack. Therefore, it is important that we understand how it is developed and how to treat it.

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Children Diets Can Influence What Their Parents Eat
Most health researchers have usually attributed the correlation between adults’ and children’s diets to parental influence. Interestingly, a report, released in the early Jan 2007 in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, revealed otherwise...

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Do You Believe Smoking Is A Way To Stay Slim?
Smoking can help one stays slim. Are you sure? Unfortunately, yes and it is a common belief among teenage girls.

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Does Racing 42 km Put A Heart At Risk?
Mathematically, the risk is very small: Runner dying from a heart attack during marathon is about 1 in 50,000. But, does racing 42 km put a heart at risk?

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How Hypertension Is Linked To Diabetes And Kidney Failure?
Are you aware that about 40 percent of Asian diabetic patients with hypertension eventually develop kidney disease, 10 percent of these patients will require dialysis within 10 years of diagnosis?

 
 
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How Is Brugada Syndrome Related To Sudden Death?
Unexplained sudden death of apparently healthy young men in their sleep is rare in the West but more common in South-East Asian countries and Japan. These men are called...

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How Needles Help A Stroke Patient To Recover?
A stroke left the right side of Steve’s body paralyzed. Even a few sessions before the 40 sessions prescribed for stroke patients, he has already begun to return to normal life.

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How To Cut Down On Trans Fat?
Trans fat is now blamed as bad stuff that increases LDL (bad cholesterol) and simultaneously reduces HDL (good cholesterol). Foods with trans fat are everywhere. Besides candy, noodles, cookies, chips, there are hundreds of processed supermarket products contain it in different amounts.

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How To Get Your Life Back After Heart Disease Strikes?
Heart disease often destroys lives, particularly heart attack that can strike suddenly and without warning. It is estimated that half of all people who suffer a heart attack may die even without reaching hospital for treatment. People who survive from heart attacks are often disable both mentally and physically.

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How To Use Revised BMI To Prevent Heart Disease?
Asians face a high risk of developing high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, high blood lipids, and diabetes even while they have relatively low levels of BMI. These risk factors can in turn lead to disease such as heart attack or stroke if they are not detected and treated early.

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Hypertension In The Elderly Patients
It is estimated that more than half of the people aged 65 and above around the world have some form of hypertension, or high blood pressure. Hypertension is a common condition in older people.

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Is Having Fast Food Restaurant In Kid’s Hospital A Wise Choice?
Data collected showed that at least 59 of the United States’ 250 children’s hospitals have fast-food restaurants. This may give 2 different messages…

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Should Sudden Cardiac Death Of Athletes Stop Us From Exercising?
Sportsmen, especially those renowned in their respective fields will certainly attract media attention and will create doubts to some people: if these super-fit individuals can die suddenly, is there any point in exercising?

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Sporting Only On Weekend May Not Benefit The Body
In addition to a balanced healthy diet, exercise also forms an integral part of a heart-healthy lifestyle. However, sporting, especially those high intensity exercises, only over weekend will do more harm than good to the body.

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Staying Healthy Need Not Diet But Exercise
Now, some British researchers have advised clinically obese women don’t 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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The Danger Of Exercising Hard Without Consultation
He felt breathless, light-headed and found himself perspiring heavily. This was not the usual reaction that he used to have. He knew something was wrong. So, he tried to keep himself awake by turning on the television. But, he still passed out...

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Things You May Not Know About Sugar
We usually view sugar as some white crystalline stuff that usually attracts ants if we do not keep them properly. But in reality, it is more than just that...

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What Are The Causes Of Sudden Cardiac Death In Athletes?
Besides hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, scarring of heart and serious blockage of a few blood vessels supplying blood to the heart that can make athletes die instantly, there are also other rare causes including...

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What Are The Right Ways To Manage Your Weight?
It is important that an obese individual should seek proper advice from medical doctor or professional health personnel on how to lose weight, especially when he or she already has some medical disorders. Diet, exercise, and behavioral therapy are the three essential elements for any treatment of obesity.

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What Healthy Diet Is All About?
Diet, as part of a healthy lifestyle, plays an important role in maintaining one’s healthy body. It will help reduce chances of getting many health issues, including diabetes, hypertension, obesity, high cholesterol, etc that may ultimately lead to the risk of heart disease.

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What Is Sudden Cardiac Death?
Sudden cardiac death is sudden and unexpected with death occurring within minutes after collapse. It is more common to older folks with serious heart ailments although it sometimes does happen to those young and healthy people with no outward sign of heart disease.

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What Is Your Understanding Of Metabolic Syndrome?
When metabolic syndrome was revealed in the early 20th century, it was known that high blood pressure, diabetes, being overweight and having abnormal levels of lipids (fats) in the blood were associated with increased risk of heart disease.

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What Smoking Can Offer You?
It is known that smoking is a risk factor of heart disease. But, do you really know what smoking can offer you? Perhaps the facts stated hereafter will give you some clues...

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What To Do If You Have The Metabolic Syndrome?
Though it is still not very clear what causes the metabolic syndrome, it seems that overweight does play a very important role. The syndrome is clearly more commonly found in those people who are overweight than in those who are not. Even if one has the metabolic syndrome, he or she should not worry too much. Why?

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Why Are Patients Reluctant To Join Cardiac Rehabilitation?
Cardiac rehabilitation is an integral part of the cardiovascular continuum. Secondary prevention is extremely essential as this prevents a recurrence or further complications such as heart failure after a heart attack. However, only few patients...

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