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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.

  • Does Insulin Resistance Have Any Symptoms and What Is Metabolic Syndrome?

    What are the Symptoms of Insulin Resistance? People may have Insulin Resistance for several years without noticing anything.Ā  But in…

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  • If I Have Insulin Resistance or Metabolic Syndrome, How Can I Make It Go Away?

    What Causes Insulin Resistance and Metabolic Syndrome? The last 20 years has seen an epidemic rise in Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome…

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  • Public Smoking Bans Quickly Decrease Heart Attack Rates

    A major report by the Institute of Medicine confirms that bans on smoking in public places reduce the risk of…

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  • Weight Loss Surgery Reduces Diabetes-related Death Rate

    Weight loss (bariatric) surgery has been shown to reduce diabetes-related mortality by 88%. A study published in the New England…

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  • How Much Secondhand Smoke is Too Much?

    Surprisingly,Ā  as little as 30 minutes of secondhand tobacco smoke is as bad for the blood vessels of your heart…

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  • Can Your Body Store Extra Protein?

    The quick answer is a complicated no. The protein we eat is broken down into small building blocks known as…

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  • Low Levels of Exercise Could Save Your Life

    You don’t have to run marathons to reap the benefits. Even moderate exercise can have a significant impact on your…

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  • Is Coffee Bad for You?

    Many of my patients with heart disease, diabetes, or high blood pressure have been warned at various times in their…

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  • Cholesterol and Heart Attack Risk

    What are we dealing with here? For years traditional medicine has been dealing with these common medical complications as separate…

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