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Stroke Risk Factors To Overcome
Stroke affects 500,000 people in the U.S. each year – more men than women. But women have a much greater risk of fatality than men. Of the 160,000 deaths each year from stroke, more than 100,000, or about 62 percent, are women.
What Is A Stroke or Brain Attack?
A stroke cuts off the blood circulation to the brain, causing blood cells in the affected area to die. This happens...
Many women suffer from weak pelvic floor muscles which can result is distress or incontinence when they laugh, cough or sneeze. Easy-to-do Kegel exercises are the solution!
Cholesterol Confusion Affects Your Well Being
Understanding cholesterol is not a simple matter. But, to get healthy and stay healthy, it's helpful to know what it is, how it affects your well-being and what you can do to manage it.
Colas Cause Kid's Headaches
Do your children complain of headaches? If so, caffeinated cola drinks may be the cause.
Triglycerides - Good and Bad - Part 2
Regular Exercise To Lower Cholesterol
A regular, daily exercise program is vitally important to lowering cholesterol.
Cholesterol Research And A Healthy Diet
Luckily, it’s pretty easy to lower cholesterol and greatly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Healthy Cholesterol Count Info and Guidelines
A high cholesterol count has been shown to be a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD) - the number one killer (by far) in the country. In fact, over 60 million people in America suffer from it and more than a million die each year from CVD.
Triglycerides - Good and Bad
Triglycerides are the most common fats found in the bloodstream. It might surprise you to find out that they're essential to good health. But, like many other good things, too much can be a problem.
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