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What is the relationship between High Blood Pressure and Stroke?

31st October 2008
High blood pressure (hypertension) and stroke are closely related to each other. High blood pressure can be one of the most significant factors that cause a stroke. Of all the risk factors, having high blood pressure actually increases your risk factor. B... Read >
Author: Mickey

Natural Vasolidators and High Blood Pressure (HBP), Hypertension

15th September 2008
Now what a vasolidator does it increase the flow of blood to the tissue or even within the vein. The blood flow is increased to the various organs as well. Vasolidators are used as the treatment for many problems and ailments. In low blood pressure or in ... Read >
Author: Samuel

Co Q-10 is the Heart Health Supplement

14th July 2008
Co Q-10 is not only used by athletes to improve stamina and endurance but has therapeutic qualities that has been noticed by the medical community in treatment various cardiovascular ailments. The enzyme in its highest quality for is derived from a specie... Read >
Author: Johanna Meyers

Improving Heart Health With CoQ10 And Omega 3 Supplements

16th April 2008
Cardiovascular disease is still the leading cause of death among Americans and Britons alike. Heart disease also kills more women than men, accounting for one in five female deaths. Even more startling, however, is that it claims responsibility for more d... Read >
Author: Dr. John Heinerman

Home Remedies for Swelling Feet – Herbal and Natural Remedies

07th April 2008
Swelling feet is a common problem that anybody can face. Sometimes it may accompany with pain and can affect your normal routines. So to get relief from foot pain and swelling feet this article has focused on the causes and home remedies for swelling feet... Read >
Author: Nick Mutt

How to Cure or Alleviate Edema, including Lymphedema

03rd April 2008
By edema excessive fluid gather in body parts or greater areas of the body, making the areas swollen. Edema is most often a problem in the legs, but can occur anywhere in the body. There are several types of edema, and many cases are also a mixture of ... Read >
Author: Knut Holt

Anti-Aging Effects and Vital Health Benefits of Coenzyme Q10

25th February 2008
Coenzyme Q is an essential natural compound that facilitates the metabolic process of nutrients in our bodies, especially that of protein assimilation. 10 indicates the structural components of Coenzyme Q, i.e. Co Q10. Co Q10 therefore, is essential for h... Read >
Author: www.sweetmedicineessentials.com

What You Have to Know About Opiate Addiction

10th February 2008
Addiction is a massive international crisis. Opiate-related drugs turn out to be some of the most common prohibited drugs nowadays. Opiates are vastly obtainable and tremendously circulated both locally and internationally. Before discussing opium-based a... Read >
Author: Berlin Flores

Rheumatic Heart Disease Can be Treated

22nd August 2007
Rheumatic heart disease, also known as rheumatic fever, occurs when a strep throat infection is left untreated and subsequently migrates to the joints and heart, thus causing fever, muscle aches, and possible permanent heart valve damage. Just as "rheumat... Read >
Author: Paul Schaverien

Cardiac Asthma Symptoms and Treatment

07th August 2007
Cardiac Asthma Cardiac asthma isn't asthma in its true sense. It's wheezing due to congestive heart failure. Cardiac asthma is a clinical condition caused by severe reflexive blocking and/or by edema of the lungs. It is an asthmatic-type breathing c... Read >
Author: Alien

Medical Advertising: The Good, the Bad, and the Ineffective

06th May 2007
Creating a strong business-to-business type of advertisement for a medical product or service is a little like trying to write and design with handcuffs. The medical world is highly regulated, and ads that fail to pass muster simply cannot run. The result... Read >
Author: Jo Ann LeQuang

Make your Heart Beat with Arjun Tea

03rd May 2007
In this world of progression there is very less time to actually take care of one self. We struggle hard to make our living standards good and life comfortable. We work hard to actually get what we actually desire. The main sufferer in this struggle is ou... Read >
Author: Dr.Smith

What Are Some Common Illnesses Caused By Having Too Much Fat In Our Diet?

19th February 2007
Too much fat in our diet can cause obesity, which is a risk factor of many serious diseases. However, dietary fats are a source of energy for our body and they help produce compounds that regulate a variety of bodily functions such as blood pressure, hear... Read >
Author: Julie Brown

: Ten Simple Reasons Why You Should Own An Infrared Sauna

13th February 2007
1. DETOXIFY with a Far Infrared Sauna Far infrared saunas stimulate blood circulation and metabolic rate causing toxic waste to be eliminated from your body. A far infrared sauna. far infrared sauna will detoxify heavy metals such as lead, mercury, nickel... Read >
Author: Living Water

Does Your Shih Tzu Suffer From Heartworms?

05th October 2006
Does Your Shih Tzu Suffer From Heartworms? Dog heartworm is a common disease among canines in the United States. Discovered in 1856, the worms mainly live in your dog's heart and major blood vessels. The worms, especially on worst cases, seriously ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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