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7 Strange Heart Disease Symptoms

In All Health Watch, Heart and Cardiovascular, Heart Disease by INH Research0 Comments

You probably know that the classic signs of heart disease…  

They are chest pain and shortness of breath when you exert yourself.  

Other common symptoms include pain, numbness, or weakness in your legs, arms, upper abdomen, back, or neck.i 

But there are other, lesser-known signs of cardiac problems that you might never associate with heart disease. It’s important to be aware of them because heart disease remains America’s number one killer. Read More

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The Deadly Mistake Heart Patients Make

In All Health Watch, Fitness and Exercise, Heart and Cardiovascular, Heart Attacks by INH Research0 Comments

After recovering from a heart attack, many people want to take it easy.  

Understandably, they are afraid to exert themselves for fear they could have another heart attack. 

So they rest. 

And if they do work out, they go easy. 

A major study shows that this is not only the wrong strategy, it could be a deadly one. 

Swedish researchers analyzed the link between physical activity and death rates after a heart attack. Read More

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Eating Eggs Every Day Does This to Your Heart

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

For decades, mainstream doctors warned that eggs were just about the worst food for your heart. 

The American Heart Association issued guidelines saying that eating eggs causes cholesterol levels to rise. This would lead to clogged arteries and heart attacks, they said. 

A few years ago, researchers started questioning this conventional “wisdom.” 

Two major studies were launched to take a close look at how eggs affect your heart.Read More

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One Vitamin Makes Your Arteries Younger

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

Doctors rarely talk about artery flexibility. But it may be just as important to your health as other more familiar markers such as weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar.

When your arteries lose flexibility, it can be the start of a destructive chain reaction. Having stiff arteries means your heart has to work harder to move blood through your body.… Read More