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- Alarm about meat preservatives in Heart Disease Study
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Harvard study.Writing in the journal Circulation, scientists the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) sought to compare the health credentials of unprocessed and processed meat in a review of nearly 1,600 studies involving around 1.2m people.Processed meat risks
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- Vitamin D deficiency and risk of Heart Attacks
Vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular events, according to a study conducted by researchers at the Harvard Medical School and published in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation.
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- Brown Rice Inhibits High Blood Pressure and Heart Attack
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- Statins risks of Myopathy and Death
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- Cocoa’s heart benefits
Study thickens the science of cocoa’s heart benefits
Regular consumption of cocoa flavanols may decrease blood pressure in people with mild hypertension, but only at high doses, says a new study from Australia.
Daily doses of cocoa flavanols up to 712 milligrams failed to produce any blood pressure benefits, but a higher dose of 1052 milligrams produced [...]
- Pine bark extract may benefit kidney and Heart health
Supplements of an extract from French maritime pine bark may improve kidney health by improving blood flow and reducing the risk of hypertension-related kidney damage, says a new study.
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- Avandia, a Deadly Case of Déjà vu all over again
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- Forget the Mouth-to-Mouth CPR
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- Meditation and Blood Pressure
Meditation proven to lower blood pressure with no drugs, no side effects, and zero cost
- Meditation and Heart Disease
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- Statin Drugs and Muscle Damage
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- 94 years old researcher petitions FDA to ban trans fats
Fred Kummerow, a 94-year-old University of Illinois veterinary biosciences professor emeritus who still conducts research on the health effects of trans fats in the diet, filed a petition with the FDA last month to ban trans fats.
- Fish oil against stroke
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- How to fight an Heart Attack
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- Vaccine May Be More Dangerous Than Swine Flu
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- The Angioplasty Scam
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- Coronary Heart Disease best keept secret : a cardiologist spills the beans
Statins and Statistics :the benefit of Pravachol can be summarized as a 31 percent relative reduction in heart attacks-or a 2.2 percent absolute reduction.
- Coronary Heart Disease best kept secrets/ Statins
The current guidelines are based on the assumption that cardiovascular risk is a continuum and that evidence of benefit in people with occlusive vascular disease (secondary prevention) can be extrapolated to primary prevention populations
- Tests – Cardiac Risk Factors
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- Resveratrol for Cancer and Heart Disease
Just how good is resveratrol at preventing cancer and heart disease? It’s so good that drug companies are trying to mimic its molecules in order to claim they’re “creating” a new drug to prevent heart disease.
- Natural affordable Chelation for All
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- Doctor Fakes 21 Clinical Trial Results
Big Pharma CEO Fakes Cancer while Pill-Pushing Doctor Fakes Clinical Trial Results for Bextra, Effexor and Celebrex
By: Mike Adams
The culture of deceit and fraud that permeates conventional medicine became even more apparent today with the announcement that Howard Richman, the former vice president of a pharmaceutical company named Biopure, faked his own cancer and even [...]
- Green Tea and Breast Cancer
Enjoying a cup of tea while reading this article? If so, keep right on drinking. A newly released study has found that drinking tea results in a 37% reduction in breast cancer risk for women under the age of 50, an age in which breast cancer can be particularly virulent. Another recent study has shown that tea drinking reduces risk of endometrial cancer. These results add to the pile of data showing tea is one of the healthiest beverages a person can drink.
- Coronary Heart Disease Part 4 / you can reverse it
I welcome you. If you are suffering from Coronary Heart Disease (CHD), the first thing I want to tell you is that you don’t have to feel powerless and helpless anymore. First of all, don’t panic, because you can do a lot to ameliorate your state and eventually reverse it. Here, on this site you will find all the tools to fight back. It is important to feel in control and to know what you can do personally starting from this very minute to reverse your condition.
- Coronary Heart Disease best kept secrets Part 3 / Drugs
Before we start you need to know that none of the “Miracle Drugs” of the past have ever reduced the risk of death or heart disease by lowering Cholesterol level. Most of these “miracle drugs” have already become obsolete to be replaces by newer “Miraculous “ones.
- Coronary Heart Disease best kept secrets Part 1 / surgeries
In 1974, 2.4 million unnecessary surgeries were performed, resulting in 11,900 deaths at a cost of $3.9 billion. In 2001, 7.5 million unnecessary surgical procedures were performed, resulting in 37,136 deaths at a cost of $122 billion.
- Heart Disease best kept secrets Part 2 / Cholesterol
One of the most persistent myths of this century is Cholesterol and its preeminent role in Coronary Disease. It is obvious that high Cholesterol has a very pernicious effect on our health and is linked directly to Cancer, Diabetes and Coronary Disease, just to name a few. The entire documentation and proof is provided on this site in ” The China Study”.
- Nutrition, Cancer and Heart disease : the China Study
“The China Study is an important book. With his son Tom, Colin studied the relationship between diet and disease, and his conclusions are startling.” -Robert C. Richardson, Nobel Prize Winner
- Pushing the wrong diet ?/!
What are humans supposed to eat? Let’s see together what is the ultimate Nutritional Plan for us Human Beings who didn’t watch TV for more than 2 millions years ..
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