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Should You Take a Daily Aspirin?

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Health Warning, Heart and Cardiovascular by INH Research0 Comments

Millions of people take daily aspirin to prevent a heart attack or stroke.

The practice began in the 1970s after studies found that daily aspirin could prevent a second heart attack or stroke.1

Many doctors reasoned that if aspirin could stop repeat heart attacks, it should prevent first ones, too. So they began to recommend daily aspirin to all their older patients.

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Burt Reynolds: The Ticking Time Bomb That Killed Him

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular, Heart Attacks by INH Research0 Comments

After Burt Reynolds had heart bypass surgery in 2010, he felt like many others who have the procedure.

He said he felt great because he had “brand new pipes.” 1
Reynolds, like most patients and their doctors, believed that if you make it through the surgery and the immediate aftermath, you are out of the woods… Your heart arteries are clean, so you are no longer at high risk for a heart attack.

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Study Reveals Exactly How Often You Need to Exercise for Optimal Heart Health

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Fitness and Exercise, Heart and Cardiovascular, Longevity by INH Research0 Comments

One of the main reasons many of us exercise is to dodge America’s number one killer, heart disease.

For decades we’ve known that exercise is good for heart health. But we’ve never known exactly how much is best.

A new study may finally provide an answer.

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The Hidden Danger of Gastric Bypass

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Health Warning, Heart and Cardiovascular, Weight Loss by INH Research0 Comments

Gastric bypass surgery has become wildly popular. When obese patients can’t lose weight with diet and exercise, doctors don’t hesitate to perform the procedure.

They make it sound wonderful, like your appetite and excess weight will magically disappear.

Over 220,000 Americans have these surgeries each year. That’s up more than 30% from just five years ago.1

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