Tag: cardiovascular health

Very First 3D-Printed Heart Has Been Created Using Patient’s Own Biological Materials

By Arjun Walia In Brief The Facts: Tel Aviv University researchers have successfully 3D-printed a human heart using the patient’s own biological materials. Although there is still much research and ‘correcting’ to be done, this is a huge step for medical technology. Reflect On: Although…

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Another Study Confirms Diet Drinks Could Increase Risk for Heart Attack and Stroke Warns American Heart and Stroke Associations

By B.N. Frank Last May, Waking Times published a great article by Dr. Mercola about how artificial sweeteners make people fat and sick. The title of the article was appropriately: “Reconfirmed: Artificial Sweeteners Make You Fat and Sick.” New research was released that once again…

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Pacemakers Could Soon Be Powered by Our Heartbeats Rather Than Batteries

By Elias Marat A breakthrough in medical science could soon change the lives of millions of people who rely on life-saving implantable devices like pacemakers, while also paving the way for tiny, self-charging implants that could revolutionize how technology can transform the human body. Researchers…

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American Heart Association is Silent on Heart Cancer and Irregular Heart Rate Risks from Cell phones, Cell towers, and Wireless Radiation. Why? AT&T and IBM Sit on the Advisory Board

By Nina Beety The American Heart Association’s mission statement is To build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Yet, AHA fails to warn the public about serious, life-threatening cardiac impacts from wireless radiation exposure. These risks include heart rhythm disturbances, heart tumors, cardiac…

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Cardiologist Called New Cholesterol Guidelines a Disgrace and Benefit for Big Pharma

By Heather Callaghan, Editor “We have a saying in medicine. If you torture the data long enough, it will confess to anything.” – Cardiologist Dr. Barbara Roberts on cholesterol guidelines. It seems like every time the mainstream media reports some new changes to health guidelines, another recruit…

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How Mind-Body Approaches Reduce Blood Pressure Better Than Medication

By Josh Richardson Decades of research continue to unravel the relaxation response–the physiological and psychological opposite of the well-known fight-or-flight stress response that can be achieved through relaxation techniques like yoga or mediation–can reduce blood pressure in people with hypertension. High blood pressure, or hypertension,…

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