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What is Coq10? And Why Do I Need It?

07th June 2010
CoQ10 is a quinone, a class of organic compounds that occur naturally as pigments. These are found in plants, bacteria and some fungi. The chemical structure of CoQ10 is similar to that of Vitamin K. Because the body needs CoQ10 in minute quantities for m... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal

Discount EKG Machines Cheaper Way to Monitor Your Heart

03rd March 2010
The EKG machine was developed in the early 1900's, and the advancements made by Willem Einthoven won him the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1924. The basic precepts still apply today, and the EKG machine remains the best way to diagnose abnormal rhythms of th... Read >
Author: DiscountMedicalSupplies

Understanding What An EKG Is

31st March 2009
EKGs can assist doctors in diagnosing and determining any current or past heart abnormalities and are often a regular screening for those with heart disease. Through electrodes attached at various strategic body points, the EKG machine records the electri... Read >
Author: Jeanie Smith

Fight Disease By Keeping Your Body In A Natural Alkaline State

31st March 2008
Keeping your body in an alkaline state has many benefits to the body. There are many vitamins and herbs that help the body become more alkaline. Alkaline imbalance occurs rather easily. The All-American apple pie itself causes over acidity. This article e... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Four Ways to Release Your Growth Hormone

22nd May 2007
An article was just written by Lucy Danziger, the SELF editor-in-chief, about how you can "redeem" yourself if you have eaten a burger, otherwise known as a gut bomb. Such greasy meals can cause your arteries to lose elasticity for 6 hours. In this articl... Read >
Author: Roxanne

Can Stress Be Measured?

19th October 2006
Stress no doubt has been identified as a risk factor of heart disease, yet most of us will think that stress is something that cannot be seen or measured although some symptoms such as difficulty of falling in sleep, headache, bad temper, etc. can more or... Read >
Author: Ng Peng Hock

Hardening of the arteries : beyond blood vessels

07th March 2006
Copyright 2006 Marc Deschamps Hardening of the arteries is a gradual process occuring as people grow older. It has been known by various names : arterial stiffening, vascular stiffness, arteriosclerosis and scientists have long thought that it played a... Read >
Author: Marc Deschamps

BEWARE: Your Fireplace or Wood Burning Stove May Be Harming Your Health in an Unexpected Way

02nd December 2005
As the holidays near and the air becomes more frigid, families gather around fireplaces and wood-burning stoves seeking warm comfort. Unfortunately for many --- especially those who suffer from asthma and allergies -- the use of such heating devices can t... Read >
Author: Brian Vaszily
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