Tag: cardiovascular health

Not The Amount, But Where Your Fat Is Stored Critical For Heart Attack, Stroke and Diabetes Risk

By April McCarthy During the past 20 years researchers have learned that people with apple-shaped bodies (fattest in the abdomen) have a greater risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke than those with pear shapes (fattest in the hips, buttocks, and thighs). The current study looked at the differences in fat distribution patterns among overweight…

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House Cleaning Could Save Your Life But Not In the Way You Think

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Researchers have found two simple ways to stave off an early death – and one of them is surprising! Indeed, the daily accomplishment of basic house cleaning (or gardening) can do far more for you than you ever imagined. It can do more for you than just provide a hygienic and comfortable living…

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American Heart Association Says Meditation May Reduce Heart Disease

By Derrick Broze The American Heart Association has released a statement recommending meditation as a way to potentially reduce the risk of heart disease. The American Heart Association has joined the chorus of voices recognizing the benefits of a regular meditation practice. In a statement titled, “Meditation and Cardiovascular Risk Reduction: A Scientific Statement From…

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Nano Blenders Part 2 – Could Nanoparticle Excoriation Promote Blood Clots?

  Op-ed by Robin D P Watson, Natural Blaze Nano Blenders Thesis Part 2 – Nanoparticle Excoriation promotes Thrombogenesis – A Possible Pathophysiologic Mechanism Nanoparticles like titanium dioxide are touted as safe for food, cosmetics and personal body care – but is that really true? Could the particles “spin” when exposed to electromagnetic radiation and thereby “scrape”…

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Lady’s Mantle Benefits Including Fertility, Weight Loss, Blood Pressure

By Health Tips Now Alchemilla vulgaris or Lady’s mantle benefits are known for centuries. In Arab countries, this antioxidant-rich tea has traditionally been used to reduce inflammation and gastrointestinal pain and to promote weight loss. European women have been using lady’s mantle tea for treating infertility, relieving menstrual cramps and treating sore throats. The scientific community…

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Cardiovascular Failure 12 Times More Prevalent In Those With Vitamin D Deficiency

By Mae Chan More trials are needed to test vitamin D supplementation for the prevention of heart disease, say researchers behind a new study showing heart failure among the elderly is strongly associated with vitamin D deficiency. In the absence of Vitamin D from sunlight, disease increases more than 1000 percent. Experts suggest that the…

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8 Benefits of Caraway Oil That Will Surprise You

By Adonia Dennis, Natural Blaze Caraway oil is one of the most popular essential oils, being appreciated for unique medicinal properties. The oil is produced from the seeds of the caraway plant, with a pleasant scent. It is also customary that caraway seeds are used in various cuisine the world over, given their distinct flavor (caraway spice). Caraway…

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Can—And Do—Utility Smart Meters Affect the Human Heart?

By Catherine J. Frompovich Earlier I wrote an article about independent researcher Warren Woodward’s EKG heart test while being exposed to an AMI Smart Meter’s radiofrequencies (RFs). It was titled “AMI Smart Meters Interfere With Human Heart Rhythms, EKG Proves” and, apparently, was Part I of a two-part series documenting further how smart meter EMFs/RFs…

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