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Swim in place therapy pools are a great asset to good health and recreation. Swimming and water exercise aid in a healthy cardiovascular system, muscle tone and flexibility. Swim in place therapy pools such as Endless Pools can save money and time while giving overall health benefits. A generator that provides a water current is the foundation for the swim in place system that can be installed in a convenient location in your home.
Published by Judith Barton 72 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Celery is a very common vegetable and it is extremely healthy as well. Celery is famous for its heart health benefits. It contains many heart friendly outstanding nutrients that protect heart from deadly health problems and diseases. Let’s find out why celery is good for blood pressure and what the other health benefits of celery are.
Published by Sourav RC 72 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +3 votes | 0 comments
This article discusses the symptoms of aortic stenosis and atrial septal defects. These two conditions are congenital heart defects, which means they developed before the baby was born. Both of these conditions can worsen as the babies grow into childhood and adulthood. Aortic stenosis is more common in boys than girls, while atrial septal defects are equally common between boys and girls. Continue reading to learn more about these congenital heart defects.
Published by Charlene Collins 72 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +1 votes | 2 comments
This article will address the symptoms of various types of heart disease. Some people live their whole lives without ever having a heart attack. The manifestation of symptoms may mimic feelings of anxiety, and heartburn. If you are concerned about the warning signs of heart disease, and when you should seek medical help, read on.
Published by Charlene Collins 72 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +4 votes | 2 comments
The magnificent cherry blossom is an indication of the arrival of the spring. Cherry is a flower of hope. Cherry fruits are good for heart. Cherry is found in abundance in America. Cherry is the shield of heart health. The magnificent sight of cherry blossom brings the hopeful breeze of heart health.
Published by +Paulose 73 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +18 votes | 10 comments
High blood pressure is the villain of modern health. High blood pressure is called “the silent killer”. Medical experts throughout the world have warned against the stress in modern lifestyle which causes high blood pressure. They also warn that if nothing is done the condition of blood pressure could rise by 60% over 20 years.
Published by +Paulose 73 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +20 votes | 10 comments
Walking promotes weight loss; weight loss helps to prevent serious conditions like heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes affects every organ system in the body. The bodyÂ’s cells become resistant to the bodyÂ’s insulin that is produced in the pancreas. Simply walking on a regular basis and watching what you eat can prevent you from ever developing type 2 diabetes in the first place.
Published by Charlene Collins 73 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +4 votes | 3 comments
Learn the 5 Common Causes of Sudden Heart Attack. This article provides information about the various reasons why a person could suffer heart diseases. Many people are enjoying their life without thinking of whom it would affect their health afterward. Read and understand the content of this article to avoid heart related problems.
Published by Mark Cruz 74 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +4 votes | 1 comments
Blood contains plasma and cells that are vital to maintaining life. Learn about the functions of blood and why it's so important to the body.
Published by Melanie Shearer 75 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Research is currently being done to see if stem cells can be used to regenerate cardiac tissue that has been damaged by heart attacks or cardiovascular diseases.
Published by Seth Morgan 75 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
Reducing risk for heart disease could ultimately save your life, and help you live a quality healthy lifestyle.
Published by TracyAnn 75 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +6 votes | 3 comments
February is National Heart Health and National Dental Health Month. According to the American Heart Association there is a link between good dental health and good heart health.
Published by Jerry Walch 77 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +18 votes | 15 comments
A recent Norwegian study links insomnia to a higher risk of heart attacks.
Published by Jerry Walch 78 months ago in Heart & Cardiovascular Health | +16 votes | 8 comments
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