Tag: Heart Attack

The ‘broken heart syndrome’ that could kill you – and that lots of doctors miss.

But did you know that when your heart breaks figuratively, it also can be breaking literally? And you can feel just like you’re having a heart attack, without having ANY blockages in any of the [...]

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Can This One ‘Hero Mineral’ Keep You From Ever Having a Heart Attack?

Forget those prescription drugs or the latest exercise fads – it turns out Dr. Mum has had the key to preventing heart disease all along!

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The One Number That Can Really Predict Your Heart Attack Risk

There’s a lot more to predicting a heart attack than your cholesterol count. In fact, there’s an important missing link in the whole cholesterol discussion that many mainstream doctors have never [...]

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Reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease

Cardiovascular disease (CVD), especially in the form of heart attacks and strokes, is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the US and UK. Fortunately, it’s not something that has [...]

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Tracking the killer in your arteries…

Arterial disease, leading to heart attacks and strokes, is a significant cause of death and disability in our communities. This is despite all the research advances and the billions of pounds [...]

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Drastically reduce your heart risk while removing toxic heavy metals from your body

Evidence concerning the health benefits of chelation therapy keeps growing. Soon, medical authorities worldwide will be issuing formal apologies to all those doctors who were investigated and had [...]

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Why do 40-year-old men die of heart attacks, but 40-year-old women don’t?

Although cardiovascular disease is the overall leading cause of death in women, it rarely occurs before menopause in women who don’t take birth control pills or smoke cigarettes. But despite the [...]

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Help reduce your risk of heart attack by 88%

Although cardiovascular disease has declined nearly 28 per cent over the last ten years, it’s still the leading cause of death – and a factor in more than one-third of all deaths. It is also the [...]

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