CANCER AND HEART DISEASE.....

WEDNESDAY, April 4 (HealthDay News) -- When people learn they have cancer, they might face a heightened risk of suicide or a fatal heart attack in the days and weeks that follow, according to a large new study. Using nationwide census and death registry data…Read More

The Warning Signs of Stroke

If you do have stroke warning signs, this means your brain isn't getting the blood it needs. Damage may be temporary or permanent. For example, you might lose the ability to speak, but recover it with time. You might have partial or complete weakness, for…Read More

The Warning Signs of Stroke

If you do have stroke warning signs, this means your brain isn't getting the blood it needs. Damage may be temporary or permanent. For example, you might lose the ability to speak, but recover it with time. You might have partial or complete weakness, for…Read More

Heart Attack: Warning signs and risk factors

What are the signs of a heart attack? Many people think a heart attack is sudden and intense, like a "movie" heart attack, where a person clutches his or her chest and falls over. The truth is that many heart attacks start slowly, as a mild pain or…Read More

GROW THE CAUSE

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BEING TALL, GOOD FOR YOUR HEART

Tall men are less likely than shorter ones to develop heart failure, suggests a new January 2012 study of U.S. doctors. The finding doesn't prove that a few extra inches protect the heart, and it's possible that tall and short people are different in other…Read More

Setting Your Own Trap

Your heart's job is to pump nutrient-rich blood throughout your body. If you smoke, take drugs, or drink alcohol excessively, you are giving your heart extra work. How do you feel when you have too much work to do? Your heart cannot handle too much extra work…Read More
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