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18 Facts About Diet Soda That Might Make You Finally Stop Drinking It
Health & Wellness  (tags: beverages, headaches, depression, diabetes, high blood pressure, addiction, dehydration, thirst, skin problems, kidneys, heart, carcinogens, brain damage )

Freya
- 20 days ago - msn.com
So how many diet sodas have you had today? Some people can stop at just one. Others rarely imbibe any, preferring water or juice or some other healthful beverage. Yet there you are, guzzling soda after soda, morning, noon, and night.
GOOD NEWS for Coffee Lovers!
Health & Wellness  (tags: coffee, consumption, benefits, nutrients, antioxydants, heart, Parkinsons, Altzheimer's, blood pressure, liver, brain )

Evelyn
- 48 days ago - healthyleo.com
7 Science-Backed Reasons Why You Should Drink Coffee Every Day [Infographic] So - enjoy a cup or three daily!!!
What An Architect Can Teach Us About Heart Attacks
Health & Wellness  (tags: Zaha, Hadid, architect, Iraqi, heart, attack, bronchitis, respiratory, infection )

Sam
- 688 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
One small part of Zaha HadidâEUR(TM)s legacy may be what her death teaches us about heart attack risk. Her death is a reminder that seemingly unrelated conditions like respiratory infections can increase the risk of a heart attack, especially in older adults.
Classical Music Could Reduce Risk of Heart Disease, Study Suggests
Health & Wellness  (tags: 1813 1901 [lc], classical music, giuseppe, heart, health, oxford university, slow movements, verdi )

Evelyn
- 987 days ago - wqxr.org
Slow classical music can help lower blood pressure. Researchers found that compositions with a repeated 10-second rhythm - found particularly in works by Verdi - could coincide exactly with changes in blood pressure that reduce the heart rate.
A Photographer Took 12 Stunning Pictures to Capture How Depression and Anxiety Can Feel
Health & Wellness  (tags: depression, Depression Awareness, anxiety, Anxiety and mood, Mood disorders, Mental health, mental illness, photos, art, anxious, heart )

Katie
- 1007 days ago - upworthy.com
Anxiety and depression are fairly prevalent. And yet it can be hard to explain depression and anxiety to someone who has never experienced those things. That's why Katie Joy Crawford created a photo series she calls "My Anxious Heart."
Saving a Muslim Child's Heart
Health & Wellness  (tags: Israel, children, pediatrics, paediatrics, heart, surgery, death, healthcare, medicine, safety, treatment )

Gillian
- 1263 days ago - aish.com
Dr. Lior Sasson operates on children from Angola to Zanzibar who otherwise would not have the medical care they need.
Fostering a Dog: It's Good for Your Heart and Your Wallet
Health & Wellness  (tags: fostering, dogs, heart, health, wallet )

Barb
- 1407 days ago - dailyfinance.com
Twenty thousand dollars is a lot of money. It could be a down payment on a home. It could pay off the lion's share of an average college graduate's student loan debt. Or it could buy you a whole lot of cute.
A Heart Of Gold: Researchers Use Gold Particles To Heal Heart Tissue
Health & Wellness  (tags: heart, nanofibers, srael )

David
- 1663 days ago - nocamels.com
Scientists at Tel Aviv University may have found a new method to restore heart function with the use of gold nanofibers in engineered heart tissue, not only optimizing circulation but literally engineering a heart of gold.
A 'Watch' That Stops Unnecessary Heart Attack Deaths
Health & Wellness  (tags: Israel, heart, disease, health, healthcare, prevention, protection, research, warning )

Gillian
- 1730 days ago - israel21c.org
About half of all people at risk of death from heart attacks could gain the chance to live, once Israeli entrepreneur Leon Eisen's new Oxitone device goes to market in about 18 months. Using two optical sensors, and another special high-tech tool, he
Promising New Drug Target Discovered for Treatment and Prevention of Heart Failure
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, drugs, disease, heart, prevention, research, study, treatment, protection, science, medicine )

Dee
- 2006 days ago - sciencedaily.com
A promising new drug target for the treatment and prevention of heart failure has been discovered by researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, NY, US.
Tell Progresso to Stop Using BPA -- a Chemical That Has Been Linked to Cancer and Obesity -- in Its Soup Cans.
Health & Wellness  (tags: Progresso, soup, cans, bisphenol, BPA, Scientists, cancer, obesity, diabetes, heart, diseasefood, illness, prevention )

Reggie
- 2066 days ago - change.org
Progresso lines its soup cans with bisphenol A, or BPA. Scientists have long warned of BPA's link to cancer, but a new study has found that it's related to obesity and diabetes as well.
American Heart Association ACTION Signup US
Health & Wellness  (tags: prevention, health, family, children, protection, heart, stroke, US )

Nancy
- 2091 days ago - yourethecure.org
You don't have to be a doctor to save lives - just an advocate with the American Heart Association willing speak out to lawmakers about our nation's No. 1 and No. 4 killers, heart disease and stroke . With just a few clicks, you can make a big difference
Heart Attack With No Chest Pain More Likely in Women
Health & Wellness  (tags: Heart, attack, with, no chest, pain, more, likely, in women )

Agnes
- 2192 days ago - mnn.com
HEART ATTACKS: Those symptoms, or lack of symptoms, can result in delayed medical care and differences in treatment that might in turn help explain why women in the study were also more likely to die of their heart attacks. (Photo: jupiterimages)
Why Women Should Stop Their Cholesterol Lowering Medication
Health & Wellness  (tags: women, statins, heart, research, risks, cholesterol )

Nancy
- 2208 days ago - drhyman.com
If you are a post-menopausal women with high cholesterol, your doctor will almost certainly recommend cholesterol lowering medication or statins. And it just might kill you.
Seven Tips to Fix Your Cholesterol Without Medication
Health & Wellness  (tags: statins, heart, research, risks, cholesterol, big pharma )

Nancy
- 2208 days ago - drhyman.com
At best this new "super cholesterol" drug by will lower cholesterol numbers without killing too many people while increasing health care costs by billions of dollars as millions of new prescriptions are written for this new "super cholesterol drug.
 

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