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Air Pollution and Your Heart Health

Posted by on Feb 26, 2015 in Heart Health, Heart Studies, News | Comments Off

Air pollution has been linked to many conditions – cancer, autism, birth defects, asthma, kidney and liver damage, and a whole host of other health issues. It wasn’t until recently that researchers began looking at the connection between air pollution and heart disease. Cardiologists have always suspected that pollution has a negative effect on the heart, particularly for those who are already living with cardiovascular conditions. Pollution can increase inflammation and has been shown to potentially cause rupturing in blood vessels.   But even with all those cardiologists...

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Go Ahead, Spend Some More Time Relaxing in the Sauna

Posted by on Feb 24, 2015 in Arginine Supplements, Heart Studies, News | Comments Off

Everyone loves the sauna – it’s incredibly relaxing, a place where you can go and sweat all of your cares and worries away. New research is pointing out that the sauna is not only good for your muscles, it’s also may be good for your heart health, particularly for men.   A study from Finland found that men who use saunas frequently are less likely to die from heart disease. Men’s risk was even lower when they visited saunas more often in a week, and when they spent longer periods of time in a sauna each session, the researchers reported. –   Sauna Heart...

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Women and Heart Disease Prevention

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in Arginine Supplements, Heart Health, Heart Studies, News, Women's Health | Comments Off

The concept of a woman dying from heart disease is still foreign to many, even though heart disease is the number one killer in women. However, statistics show that only one in five women believe that heart disease is her greatest health threat. More then likely, she’ll say it’s breast cancer. During February – American Heart Month – multiple heart education and research organizations launch enormous informational initiatives to try and educate our moms, sisters and wives, as well as significant others, about the dangers of heart disease for women. So, we’re doing our...

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Why are Women Still Dying from Heart Disease?

Posted by on Feb 6, 2015 in Arginine Supplements, Heart Health, News | Comments Off

Heart disease and stroke kills one in three women, and the part that should instantly grab your attention is that it’s 80% preventable. Today is National Wear Red Day, when everyone should show their support for women’s heart healthy be wearing something red – a ribbon pin, a red shirt, red shoes, even red socks. Of course, it’s the red dress that has become the symbol of not only women’s strength, but women’s heart health.   Let’s take a look at some of the numbers and statistics of National Wear Red Day from   Since the first National Wear...

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February is American Heart Month – Get the Facts on Prevention

Posted by on Feb 2, 2015 in Arginine Supplements, Happier and Healthier, Heart Health, Heart Studies, News | Comments Off

Happy February, and happy American Heart Month! As you can imagine, this is our favorite time of year – roses, chocolates, and all the facts on heart disease, heart health, and prevention. There are so many exciting things happening this month I don’t even know where to start, so how about we start at the beginning, with the facts.   Heart Disease Statistics  Heart disease is the number one cause of death worldwide. In the U.S. alone, over 600,000 people die from heart disease every year! That’s one in four deaths!   Every year, there are roughly 715,000 American who have a...

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Predicting a Heart Attack with Social Media

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in Arginine Supplements, Heart Health, Heart Studies, News | Comments Off

Heart disease is a predictable, preventable condition. If you’ve been a follower of our blog or are a Fan on Facebook, you know that there are lifestyle changes you can make to prevent heart attack and decrease your risk factors for heart disease. This is a disease that can be researched, quantified, categorized, prevented and predicted, and social media is knowing playing a much larger role. Facebook Through our Facebook page, you can get all kinds of information on preventing heart disease, from what to eat, what not to eat, how to exercise, how to reduce stress,...

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