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Tracey G. Ingram, AuD

Fast action after these heart attack symptoms can save your life

In the U.S. a heart attack happens approximately every 40 seconds. And time is crucial to survival. The longer you wait to get treatment after heart attack symptoms start, the more damage can occur to the heart muscle. Researchers looked into the two most critical periods during a heart attack once you notice these signs…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

What a daily glass of alcohol does to your heart rhythm

For the past decade, there’s been a lot of buzz about how a daily glass of wine promotes good health. But for every study that supports that, there’s another that shows harm. New research sheds light on what happens to your heart when you drink a daily glass of alcohol.

Virginia Tims-Lawson

The vitamin that can help save your heart

Heart afflictions are my family’s legacy. Even though it’s not exactly the legacy I want… Since so many people in my family have suffered from heart problems and have had cardiac complications, I’ve learned to be aware of my risk factors at all times, and I do everything I can to avoid participating in my […]

Joyce Hollman

The real silent killer: Nocturnal hypertension

High blood pressure is known as the silent killer. But many of us, especially if we’re over 55, may be sleeping with the real silent killer: blood pressure that’s higher at night than during the day. Here’s what the research says and what you need to know to avoid being the next victim.

Carolyn Gretton

How walnuts help curb the most destructive process in your body

Walnuts are known to have numerous health benefits, many of which involve the heart — I’ve lost count of how many I mention in this one post! And now, the largest and longest study to date exploring the benefits of walnuts has discovered how they can help protect you from one of the most destructive processes in the human body…

Carolyn Gretton

The cell in your body that may cause COVID-19 blood clotting

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, attacks the body in a number of ways. One of the most insidious is the way it causes blood clots in the arteries, veins and microscopic blood vessels. Researchers are now pointing to a process in the body that could be causing these clots to form…

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