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Energy Drinks Cause Heart Problems: Study

A new study has found energy drinks can cause heart problems.

Professor Drici said: “So-called ‘energy drinks’ are popular in dance clubs and during physical exercise, with people sometimes consuming a number of drinks one after the other. 504 more words

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Almonds May Lower Heart Disease Risk

A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition shows that eating almonds daily may improve certain factors associated with heart disease risk.

The randomized, controlled clinical study, conducted by researchers at the University of Toronto, included 27 adult participants (mean age of 64 years) with elevated LDL cholesterol. 270 more words


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The quantity of almonds and muffins provided to each participant varied according to estimations to maintain his or her baseline weight. The muffins were formulated to provide the same number of calories and the same amount of saturated fat (SFA), polyunsaturated fat (PUFA), protein, and fiber as the almonds.

They Saved My Life

Karen had a deadly heart tumor. Learn how Dr. John Ciccone with Mount Pleasant Cardiology treated her tumor and gave her the tools to embrace a healthier lifestyle. 11 more words

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Death of 13-Year-Old Athlete Prompts Closer Look at Rare Heart Conditions in Teenagers

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - A local cardiac surgeon says the sudden death of a 13-year-old O’Fallon, Illinois boy during basketball practice last week at school is rare, but happens more often than it should. 211 more words


Protect your heart with Choleduz



We all know one or two.. Okay, maybe five people with heart problems.
No, I’m not talking about my boyfriend broke up with me-kind of problem. 540 more words


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Artist: Betty Who
Song: “High Society”

Today is August 24th, 6:25 p.m. central time. I’m currently sitting in a hospital bed in Centennial Medical Center’s Heart & Vascular Center. 837 more words


Will This Antibiotic Kill You?

The antibiotic is called Clarithromycin — the brand name in the United States is Biaxin — and a new study suggests it may carry some nasty side effects, including death from an irregular heart rhythm. 369 more words