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20 Ways To Reduce Salt Intake
Taking too much salt into our body is bad for our health. However, controlling the salt intake is never an easy task, especially for working adults.

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A Weight Loss Alternative For Obese Teens
It seems that surgery is the last resort, so she decided to go for a lapband surgery, an operation in which part of the stomach is sectioned off with silicone band. After a 3-day stay at the hospital, she was discharged and she managed to lose over 30 kg after the operation..

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Are Cardiac CT Scans Suitable For Everyone?
How do doctors determine whether their patients have developed heart problems? In the past, invasive angiogram used to be the common and unavoidable procedure doctors will employ. But now, more and more doctors are switching to cardiac computed tomography (CT) scans.

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Bad Marriage May Raise Heart Disease Risk!
One of the potential by-products of a bad marriage and other unpleasant personal relationships could be stress, which has also been recognized as a risk factor for heart disease. It is this by-product that may raise the risk of heart disease.

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Can Everybody Go For A Heart Scan Now?
Blocking of arteries in hearts can lead to heart disease. In the worst scenario, it may even cause fatal heart attack that could lead to death. Hence, when patient’s heart shows some sorts of unhealthy signs, his or her doctor will...

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Can Fiber Help Diabetics?
Fiber forms an important part of our diet. Unfortunately, many of us ignore this either intentionally or unintentionally. Some people will find fiber...

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Chronic Worrying Would Not Help But Increase Heart Attack Risk!
There is a connection between the heart and the head. When people face problems that they could not handle, they usually start to worry. Can worrying really help them solve the problems? The answer is certainly no! Worst still, chronic anxiety could even increase the risk of heart attack!

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Do Fat Kids Have Higher Risk Of Heart Attack As Adults?
Childhood obesity has been a headache for many health experts and governments because it will definitely bring many medical disorders for those fat kids when they grow older. As suggested by a study, fat kids are at higher risk of heart attacks as adults!

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Does Heart Grow Older With Age?
Your age does not determine how young or old your heart really is. A heart of a 40-year-old person may have the vitality of a 30-year-old while a much younger person’s heart could behave as one twice the chronological age of the person. Sound unbelievable?

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Does Salt Matter Your Heart Health?
It seems that salt is one thing that we cannot live without. However, our body needs only 1 teaspoonful or 6g of salt daily while the amount consumed by most people is well above the minimum required level. This will harm our body in the long run.

 
 
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Fiber Is Good To Prevent Heart Disease Too
Research also showed that fiber reduces the likelihood of heart disease and soothes inflammation in the body. It was found that people eating the most fiber, 21g per day, had 12 percent less heart disease than those eating the least, 5 g daily.

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Fight With Spouse Simply For The Sake Of Health!
Fighting with spouse is not always bad; at least, it is good for health. This is exactly what a new study found.

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How About A No Starve Diet?
One needs not starve as the GI diet comprises of a balanced combination of proteins, carbohydrates and good fats.

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How To Cope With Stroke?
Being a risk factor for heart disease, stroke frequently occurs to older generation, but younger people getting stroke is not uncommon nowadays.

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How To Reduce Salt Intake?
Salt is one substance that makes our food tasty. Though we know that too much salt will be bad for our health, the amount of salt taken by most of us does exceed our daily requirement either knowingly or unknowingly.

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Insufficient Sleep May Cause Children To Gain Weight!
The researchers at the University of Michigan's Centre for Human Growth and Development reported on the November issue of 'Paediatrics,' the journal of the American Academy of Paediatrics, that children aged 9 to 12 who slept less than 9 hours a night were more likely to gain weight than their more rested peers.

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Is Heart Disease Risk Compounded by Multiple Stressors?
Stress has been considered by health experts as one of the risk factors for heart disease. In fact, the more psychosocial stressors we face in our daily life, the greater risk for us to get heart disease, and such relationship is especially strong for women.

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Is ‘Super X-ray’ Capable of Detecting Heart Disease?
Angiogram is the procedure that is commonly used to investigate whether one actually has heart disease and whether he or she needs treatment. 2 years ago, a type of ‘super X-ray’ using 64 detectors to produce and combine images came into market. This new CT scan technology is known as ’64-sliece CT’.

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Is It Possible To Become Salt-Free?
Everybody is talking about reducing salt-intake because excessive salt presented in our bodies may subsequently brings us hypertension (high blood pressure), kidney problem, and many other diseases. And of course, hypertension is also a risk factor for heart disease.

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Reducing Salt Can Prevent Children From Gaining Weight!
Reducing the amount of salt that children take could actually keep them slim. Children who ate less salt consumed fewer sugary soft drinks could reduce their risk of high blood pressure and obesity. Such practice could help achieve lower rates of heart attack and stroke in their later life.

 
 
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Stay Happy To Achieve Heart-Healthy Life!
When one is under stress, the level of stress hormone will rise. It is this hormone that may lead to many medical conditions, range from minor disorders like digestion and headaches to major medical complications such as heart and liver diseases.

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The Risk Of Drug-coated Stents Can Be Managed
Despite the recent negative news that patients with drug-coated stents have higher risk of blood clots than those with bare metal stents, a pioneer of the drug-coated stent has said that with proper medication, that risk can be managed.

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Unpopular Teens Girls Are More Likely To Be Overweight!
Unhealthy diet and sedentary lifestyle are always quoted as the likely factors that lead people to gain weight. However, a new study has found a fresh reason for teen girls to get fat. Girls who perceived they have lower social status are more likely to gain weight over time than their peers who have higher social standing.

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What Are Designer Eggs Related To Heart Disease?
We all have heard about designer fashions, designer watches, or designer bags. But, have you heard about designer eggs? They are none other than those produced by feeding egg-laying hens with a special diet...

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What Can The Wonder Bark Pcynogenol Help Your Body?
When one comes across a health supplement called Pcynogenol, the first thing that flashes into his or her mind is very likely its price tag: it is very expensive! However, this perception is likely to change after discovering all the benefits that it can deliver to the human body.

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What If You Have A Fatty Liver?
A fatty liver is one that has build-up of fat in the liver. It may not cause any harm to the liver, if mild. However, if the condition gets worse, the liver can become inflamed and over time, this might even result in severe liver damage..

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What So Great About GL Diet?
GL stands for glycemic load. It is believed by many health professionals that low GL diet will be more popular than low-fat, low-carbohydrate (carb) or low-calorie..

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What You Should Do If You Have High Bad Cholesterol?
Bad cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease. In fact, many heart attack patients have been diagnosed to have high level of bad cholesterol. Nevertheless, not many of us know what our cholesterol levels are. Such ignorance may cause us undesirable consequences when we reach our senior years.

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Why Do People Eat Vegetables?
People eat vegetables for different reasons. For instance, George, a 54-year-old man, has his wonderful reasons for eating vegetables. He chose to be vegetarian since he was 28 not because of health or religious issues.

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Will Extra Fat Be A Threat To Our Life?
When people tell you “the extra 11 kilos of extra weight in your body would not raise your risk of dying from cancer or heart disease.” Do you believe it?

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