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Heart Disease

Heart Disease is the number one killer in the US and the number one cause of disability. You can reduce your chances of heart disease by taking steps to control the factors that contribute to heart disease.

  • Heartburn and Heart Attacks

    Two totally different conditions, right?  Heartburn is a mild nuisance that can be easily remedied with antacids from the store. …

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  • Fish Oil and Flax Improves Your Metabolism

    The cells of your body are extremely complex and are composed of a variety of fatty acids that help the…

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  • “What is Wellness?” – Listen to Dr. Nemechek’s Lecture to Find Out!

    This is the first of Dr. Nemechek’s eight talks that comprise his 2012 “Wellness Through Science” lecture series.  In it,…

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  • More Confusion: Is Red Meat Really That Bad?

    Too Much Advice I was asked recently about the repeated news from Harvard’s Public Health Department that eating red meat,…

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  • Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Causes Heart Disease

    Dr. Dwight Lundell Prevent Disease Thu, 01 Mar 2012 21:58 CST We physicians with all our training, knowledge and authority…

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  • In Older Adults, A Higher Cholesterol Level Is Associated with a Lower Risk of Death

    Yes that’s correct; it’s not a typo! A recent study has demonstrated that a higher total cholesterol level is associated…

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  • Salt Might Not Be A Villian After All

    There Doesn’t Really Seem to Be a Consensus About Salt The growing conflict surrounding health consequence of dietary salt (sodium; table salt)…

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  • Niacin Supplement Doesn’t Prevent Heart Disease

    A recent NIH study assessing the effectiveness of Niaspan (a niacin supplement used to decrease triglycerides and raise HDL cholesterol)…

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  • Mummies and Atherosclerosis

    A Brief Overview of Atherosclerosis Atherosclerosis is a process of chronic inflammation of the cells lining the arterial walls.  Overtime,…

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  • Obesity Does Not Cause Heart Disease

    The Problem According to the American Heart Association, more than 910,000 Americans still die of heart disease annually.  And more than…

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