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  • After A Stroke: The First Days To Weeks  pop
    After a patient moves from the ER to the hospital, doctors will deal with any complications and help prevent future strokes. Here's what to expect during his hospital stay, and how to prepare for his care and recovery after he gets out.
    http://www.caring.com/articles/first-days-after-stroke
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  • Calming nervousness with diet  pop
    usness and anxiety affects may people to greater or lesser extent. Whilst medication may be the key for some people, a nutritional overhaul to ensure you are receiving all the essentials may bring some relief and assist in the treatment of nervousness.
    http://www.mitamins.com
    (Added: Fri Feb 09 2007 Hits: 2184 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Difficult Behaviors After A Stroke  pop
    Some stroke survivors behave in ways that can make life unpleasant for the people around them. A stroke survivor may be depressed, anxious, and angry, and he may not know how to express his feelings in a positive way. He may lash out at you verbally or even physically.
    http://www.caring.com/articles/difficult-behavior-after-stroke
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  • High Cholesterol?  pop
    Is your cholesterol high, low, middling, whatever? The fact is that if you have high cholesterol you could be well on your way to a heart attack or stroke. Take control through low cholesterol diets and natural supplements, and find out about it in this article.
    http://blog.mitamins.com/wp-trackback.php?p=133
    (Added: Mon Mar 05 2007 Hits: 1998 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Lycopene  pop
    Promote The Health Of Heart
    http://www.getnutri.com/Lycopene.html
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  • Moringa Tea - The supplement for breast feeding women  pop
    Moringa tea with the entire nutrient acts as a natural refresher. Moringa tea can be consumed by all as it contains antioxidants. Moringa with its entire nutrients needed for the lactating mother. Regular consumption of Moringa during gestation improves fetus health and consumption during lactation improves milk production.
    http://www.ozonemoringatea.com
    (Added: Mon Mar 23 2009 Hits: 1462 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Natural ways to prevent diabetes  pop
    The incidence of type 2 diabetes has increased hugely in the last few years. Here we discuss some dietary and lifestyle changes that may prove important in the prevention and treatment of diabetes.
    http://www.mitamins.com
    (Added: Sat Feb 10 2007 Hits: 1590 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Picture Your Heart's Health With EKGs  pop
    Each time your heart beats, the contractions and relaxations of the heart muscle emit electrical current. An electrocardiogram (EKG) is a medical recording of the electric impulses from the heart. Electrodes that send impulses to the EKG machine are attached to the patient�s skin at various points on the body. Those recorded currents are displayed on a computer monitor and can be printed out on special graph paper. Your heart�s electrical currents are recorded on the graph paper as an EKG. Qualified medical staff interpret the graphed results to determine any irregularities.
    http://e-ekg.com
    (Added: Sat Apr 22 2006 Hits: 1580 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Preventing Palpitations - Anxiety & Panic  pop
    What you will learn: * 6 preventatives to avoid palpitations from happening * My real life study * Certain medications to avoid * What to do when you do get palpitations * A method you can use to stop palpitations * “Skipped beats”
    http://www.anxiety-panic-free.com
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  • Resveratrol as a substitute of aspirin for Heart Health  pop
    Resveratrol is found in the stems, leaves, and skins of grapes. Although a glass or two of red wine each day may lower the risk of heart disease, one recent study shows that alcohol-free red wine works just as well. Resveratrol is also present in purple grape juice, red or purple grapes, and peanuts. However, because of the fermenting process, resveratrol levels are higher in red wine than other natural sources red wine has about three times as much resveratrol as grape juice.
    http://www.herbs-wholesale.com/Resveratrol/535/1/Resveratrol.htm
    (Added: Mon Nov 13 2006 Hits: 1893 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • The Meaning of Abnormal EKG Results  pop
    Many physicians recommend EKGs as a preventative-screening tool for those with a family history of heart disease. While a healthy person does not need an EKG as a part of an annual exam, many physicians will recommend an EKG if they have concerns. If a patient complains of chest pain, palpitations or other indicators of heart problems, the physician will likely recommend an immediate EKG test. Depending on the severity of the situation, your doctor may refer you to a local testing center immediately or ask you to schedule the next available appointment.
    http://e-ekg.com
    (Added: Sat Apr 22 2006 Hits: 1462 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Bariatric Medicine - Behavior Modification after Surgery
    Bariatric medicine is the study and treatment of obesity. It is a common misconception that this area of medicine is surgery. However, that is only a part of the treatment concerning bariatric medicine. The causes and prevention of obesity is one of the main elements of bariatric science. To maintain weight loss and his or her health, that patient will be under the care of a bariatric specialist for the rest of his or her life. Included in this treatment is intense therapy and behavior modification.
    http://www.smilemd.com/bariatric-medicine/behavior-modification-after-surgery.aspx
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  • Coronary Artery Disease -What You Need to Know
    Coronary Artery Disease is commonly known as Heart Disease or Atherosclerosis. In coronary artery disease, plaque builds up inside the arteries. These plaques are formed by fats and cause the arteries to harden. The deposits are made of fat that came from the food that we eat. These fat deposits narrow the arteries and impede circulation. The narrowing of the arteries also causes high blood pressure because the body tries to compensate for the inadequate supply of blood throughout the system.
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  • How To Help Someone With Depression
    Provide practical daily help. When someone is diagnosed with depression, the doctor may prescribe antidepressant medications and/or psychotherapy. The doctor may also recommend lifestyle changes. You may need to drive her to appointments, remind her to take new medications, help her get out more, or help her make other lifestyle changes.
    http://www.caring.com/articles/how-to-help-someone-with-depression
    (Added: Mon Dec 14 2009 Hits: 890 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Make your hairs strong and shining by using effective Hair Exercises.
    Procerin is a natural remedy for hair loss has been found effective in reversing hair loss in men caused by androgenetic alopecia, the most common cause of male hair loss, thinning hair and receding hairlines often reffered to as widows peak. Basically men suffering from androgenetic alopecia have extremely high levels of the chemical dihydrotestosterone, a by-product of the major male hormone testosterone, so when this hormone is converted into DHT the results are hair loss a...
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    (Added: Mon Feb 02 2009 Hits: 1062 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Metabolic syndrome
    Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of conditions that occur together, increasing the risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Conditions like increased blood pressure, elevated insulin levels, excess body fat around the waist or abnormal cholesterol levels are not diagnosed as metabolic syndrome, but they do contribute to the risk of a serious disease. If more than one of these conditions occur in combination, the risk is even greater.
    http://www.healthonclick.com
    (Added: Wed Mar 18 2009 Hits: 1066 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Ongoing Treatment After A Heart Attack
    Other important lifestyle changes to make include eating a heart-healthy diet, managing stress and depression, and using medications as appropriate. Follow a low-fat, low-sodium diet. The AHA offers specific dietary guidelines for reducing the risk of heart attack:
    http://www.caring.com/articles/treatment-after-heart-attack
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  • Reversing the Effects of Heart Disease
    For many people who are suffering from the effects of heart disease making some simple lifestyle changes is all it takes to reverse what can become a deadly condition if left untreated. The sad fact is that many who do suffer this disease fail to take the necessary steps to reverse it effects, which for the most part are relatively easy compared to the complications it can cause.
    http://heart-disease.health-choices-net.com/Preventing-Heart-Disease.html
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  • Risk Factors for Heart Disease can be Controlled
    Many of the risk factors for heart disease are related to lifestyle and environmental factors and are typically labeled uncontrollable (non-modifiable) or controllable (modifiable). These can be conditions, personal traits and lifestyles that contribute to atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), which causes coronary artery disease.
    http://heart-disease.health-choices-net.com/Preventing-Heart-Disease.html
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  • The New and Improved Cholesterol Ratio
    In the past, doctors have focused on the ratio of our good cholesterol (HDL) to our total cholesterol but, in today's medical community, there is growing consensus that a closer look at bad cholesterol (LDL) is our best management tool.
    http://www.healthguidance.org
    (Added: Mon Aug 21 2006 Hits: 873 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • The Role of Rhythm Strips for Interpreting EKGs
    Each time the heart beats it emits electrical currents. An electrocardiogram (EKG) is a method in which electrodes are attached at various points on the body. These electrodes are attached to wires that are attached to the EKG machine. The electrodes send waves and impulses to the machine that amplifies the results on a monitor and prints them onto graph paper. Heart rates and palpitations are commonly diagnosed from the EKG results.
    http://e-ekg.com
    (Added: Sat Apr 22 2006 Hits: 1206 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • Treatments Available for Atrial Fibrillation
    As we age, we experience a number of changes in the way our bodies function. Attributing these things to age may be correct in some cases; however these experiences also may be a sign of a more serious condition called atrial fibrillation.
    http://mjhcardiology.org/pacemakers_icd_ablations.php
    (Added: Wed Oct 27 2010 Hits: 351 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
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