The Marathon Myth: Quickest Way to a Heart Attack?

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Do marathon runners really drop dead in the middle of a race? And if they do, why does it happen? It doesn’t make sense… shouldn’t they be in great shape?

We’re always told we need to exercise. It’s our best option for strengthening our hearts.

Yet, statistics prove that it’s no myth. Long-distance runners do drop dead. Usually in the middle of a run.

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Enlisting Nature's Help to Battle High Blood Pressure

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Can a simple natural remedy really cut your risk of stroke by 34 percent?

A Cambridge-trained scientist says it can. His findings have been reviewed by Harvard Medical School. And they’ve given them the thumbs up.

As we explained on Tuesday, high blood pressure (HBP) is a life-threatening condition for millions of Americans. And the drugs that combat it pose serious side effects of their own.

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Combat High Blood Pressure – Naturally

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Can high blood pressure be lowered using a simple, safe herbal remedy?

Dr. Ann Walker believes it can. As we explained in Tuesday’s message, she’s a Senior Lecturer with Reading University in the UK. She also runs a successful alternative health clinic.

And she’s published a study that shows hawthorn extract can lower blood pressure. Even in people with diabetes.

The extract comes from the hawthorn tree, found in Europe, North America, and Asia.

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Herbal Remedy May Slash Blood Pressure

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There’s some hopeful news for people suffering with high blood pressure.

It comes from Dr. Ann Walker. She’s a Senior Lecturer with Reading University in the UK. She also runs a successful alternative health clinic in North East England.

She’s recently published a groundbreaking study. One which shows a simple herbal remedy can lower blood pressure. Even in people with diabetes.

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Spice and Sunlight Combat Alzheimer's Disease

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Can a spice found in most Indian curries combat Alzheimer’s disease?

Dr. Milan Fiala and researchers at UCLA say it can.

As we explained on Tuesday, Dr. Fiala is leading research in the field of Alzheimer’s. He’s a graduate of the University of Geneva, Switzerland with an MSc from Harvard. Two years ago he was given the “Alzheimer Award” by the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.

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Ancient Spice May Prevent Alzheimer's

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Ancient Spice May Prevent Alzheimer’s

Early research offers hope that two regularly available compounds – used together – may combat Alzheimer’s disease.

The research comes from Dr. Milan Fiala at UCLA. He earned his MD at the University of Geneva, Switzerland and obtained an MSc from Harvard. He’s spent the last decade researching Alzheimer’s disease. In 2008 he was given the “Alzheimer Award” by the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.

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