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The Surprising Way Vaping Kills 

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For tobacco smokers, e-cigarettes can seem like a win-win. 

E-cig vapor does not contain the carcinogenic tars in tobacco smoke. So the risk of cancer is likely lower. 

Vaping also doesn’t produce secondhand smoke that can poison people around you. 

And e-cigs save money. They are 40% cheaper per puff than regular tobacco cigarettes.i 

But a major study has found that vaping carries an unexpected—and potentially deadly–health risk.Read More

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Look at Your Face for This Sign You’re Headed for a Heart Attack

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

Being overweight… 

A bad diet… 

Lack of exercise… 

A family history of heart disease… 

Everybody knows these are signs that a heart attack could be in your future. 

But researchers found there’s a major risk factor that you can see by looking in the mirror. 

It raises your chances of a heart attack by nearly 1,000%. 

Your Heart Health Is Written on Your Face 

Forehead wrinkles may be the last thing you’d associate with heart disease.Read More

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Coconut Oil’s Bad Rap 

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Cyanide is a poison.  

Arsenic is a poison.  

Rattlesnake venom is a poison.  

But coconut oil?  

One medical professor thinks so. She called it “pure poison” and “one of the worst things you can eat.”i 

And she’s not alone. Mainstream doctors have long warned that coconut oil is bad for your heart.  

Is Coconut Oil “Pure Poison”? 

But before you toss out your coconut oil, you should consider mainstream medicine’s history when it comes to saturated fats.Read More

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How to Protect Yourself from a Morning Heart Attack 

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You may have heard that early morning is when your risk of having a heart attack is greatest. 

Early-day heart attacks are not only more frequent, they are deadlier. They are 20% more likely to kill you.i 

Doctors have never known exactly why people are more prone to heart attacks in the morning. Researchers at Queen Mary University of London set out to solve the mystery.Read More

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7 Strange Heart Disease Symptoms

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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