ALL POSTS TAGGED WITH heart disease
07/17/2017 / By Tracey Watson

If you are one of the 29 million Americans who has been diagnosed with diabetes, you are likely aware of

http://www.medicine.news/2017-07-17-pharma-influenced-researchers-now-claim-diabetes-patients-should-also-be-put-on-cardiovascular-medications-too.html

07/01/2017 / By Russel Davis

Following a diet low in sugar and high in beneficial fats may be the key to disease prevention and longevity, according

http://www.medicine.news/2017-07-01-italian-village-where-most-live-to-be-100-reveals-the-secret-to-a-long-life.html

06/26/2017 / By Tracey Watson

The vast majority of heart attacks are caused by heart disease, which is known as the “silent killer.” The Heart Foundation

http://www.medicine.news/2017-06-26-powerful-nutrients-in-microalgae-like-chlorella-found-to-save-lives-by-restoring-heart-function-after-a-heart-attack.html

06/18/2017 / By Mike Adams

Over the weekend, a news story based on the American Heart Association’s tired, worn-out and scientifically obsolete war on healthy

http://www.medicine.news/2017-06-18-the-conspiracy-against-saturated-fat-dr-jack-wolfson-responds-to-the-aha-attack-on-coconut-oil.html

06/12/2017 / By Russel Davis

A recent study conducted by researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania revealed that snacking

http://www.medicine.news/2017-06-12-is-that-late-night-snack-putting-you-at-risk-for-diabetes-and-heart-disease.html

05/13/2017 / By Tracey Watson

While it is absolutely true that in an emergency situation a helpless victim is only too happy to have someone

http://www.medicine.news/2017-05-13-female-medical-students-found-to-be-horribly-bad-at-administering-cpr-feminists-nearly-have-a-heart-attack-over-new-science-study.html

05/11/2017 / By S.D. Wells

Similar to how cigarette smokers suffer health consequences from the toxins that are carried into the lungs on particles of

http://www.medicine.news/2017-05-11-diesel-fumes-nanoparticles-cause-heart-disease-by-just-breathing-polluted-city-air.html

05/06/2017 / By Russel Davis

Excess sugar consumption should be considered a form of addiction, an animal study revealed. A team of researchers at the Queensland

http://www.medicine.news/2017-05-06-sugar-junkie-study-thinks-we-should-treat-sugar-abusers-like-drug-addicts.html

05/02/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Researchers from the University of Glasgow have delivered good news for avid cyclists everywhere. Taking your bike to work could

http://www.medicine.news/2017-05-02-riding-your-bike-to-work-found-to-cut-the-risk-of-cancer-by-45.html

05/01/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

It has long been believed that cutting down on your sodium intake can reduce your blood pressure and your risk

http://www.medicine.news/2017-05-01-shock-study-reveals-lowering-sodium-intake-does-not-reduce-blood-pressure.html

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