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Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease - Is There a Natural, Non-Invasive Way to Treat Heart Disease?

Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease - Is There a Natural, Non-Invasive Way to Treat Heart Disease?

Cellular Medicine offers a non-invasive, natural approach to many ailments. This article explores what can be done to prevent and treat heart disease, without the risks and complications of bypass surgery or other procedures.
Angioplasty Safe sans Surgical Backup

Angioplasty Safe sans Surgical Backup

Angioplasty procedures to open clogged heart arteries can be performed safely and successfully at medical centers that don’t have a heart surgery team on site in case of an emergency, a large study suggests.
Miscarriages Linked to Heart Disease

Miscarriages Linked to Heart Disease

Women with miscarriages early in pregnancy may be at increased risk for heart disease.
Stroke Prevention by Percutaneous Closure of PFO

Stroke Prevention by Percutaneous Closure of PFO

Get to know more about the role of percutaneous closure of patent foramen oval -- for patients with cryptogenic stroke.
Clinical Outcome of Stent Implantation in Small Coronary Arteries

Clinical Outcome of Stent Implantation in Small Coronary Arteries

We evaluated the results of stent placement in small coronary arteries.
High Cholesterol and the Unmentioned Statistic

High Cholesterol and the Unmentioned Statistic

There was an unmentioned statistic in results from studies on a drug to treat high cholesterol. A cardiologist points to the fact that this is common practice in the pharmaceutical industry. But would you feel the same way about your medicine if you were told this little secret?
Stress And The Heart, Are You At Risk?

Stress And The Heart, Are You At Risk?

First of all I'd like to begin by saying that all stress is not bad!! There are basically two kinds of stress, emotional stress and physical stress. Some people handle stress a lot better than others, this has a lot to do with your personality.
High Cholesterol: Understanding Lipolproteins

High Cholesterol: Understanding Lipolproteins

Cholesterol is an essential building block of every cell in the body. It's made up of a fatty, wax-like substance that circulates throughout the bloodstream. There are several different types of cholesterol. High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) is referred to as "good" cholesterol and is th
Symptoms of Heart Disease

Symptoms of Heart Disease

Learn about the various symptoms of heart disease, such as chest pain, shortness of breath, and fatigue.
The Role(s) of Antiplatelet Therapy in Atherothrombosis

The Role(s) of Antiplatelet Therapy in Atherothrombosis

If a presentation of ACS is only the tip of the atherothrombotic iceberg, then what is the role of antiplatelet therapy?
Normal Cholesterol Range - Understand What Is Normal And What Is Not

Normal Cholesterol Range - Understand What Is Normal And What Is Not

Maintaining a normal cholesterol range is extremely important to your health and general well being. You will learn more about how to maintain a normal range while reading this article.
Heart Disease Detection Goes High Tech

Heart Disease Detection Goes High Tech

Experts review the latest techniques that reveal whether you have heart disease.
Survival From Sports-Related Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Survival From Sports-Related Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Which locations have better stats for survival from sudden cardiac arrest?
Hypertension Guidelines: Same Data, Different Conclusions

Hypertension Guidelines: Same Data, Different Conclusions

Dr. Black quizzes Dr. Weber, lead author on the ASH/ISH guidance, and Dr. Townsend, who was part of JNC 8 and the ASH/ISH statement, on the reasoning behind the different recommendations.
Incidence Screening for Primary Prevention ICDs

Incidence Screening for Primary Prevention ICDs

How many patients are missing the boat when it comes to screening in for ICD?
Interventional Diagnosis and Treatment of CAD in 2014

Interventional Diagnosis and Treatment of CAD in 2014

Concise results from four trials provide up-to-date guidance for interventionalists.
Chambers of the Heart

Chambers of the Heart

Illustration copyright 2000 by Nucleus Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. http://www.nucleusinc.comThe heart has four chambers: two atria and two ventricles. The right atrium receives oxygen - poor blood from the body and pumps it to the right ventricle.The right ventricle pumps the oxygen -
2011 Top Game Changers in Cardiology

2011 Top Game Changers in Cardiology

Our Medscape advisors selected and ranked top studies in 2011 that they felt had a significant impact on cardiology practice.
How to Reduce LDL Cholesterol Naturally With a Liquid Diet

How to Reduce LDL Cholesterol Naturally With a Liquid Diet

In this article I discuss an alternative to taking prescription medications in an attempt to lower LDL cholesterol naturally. I prescribe a shake so effective that test subjects dropped their LDL levels by a whopping 38%! Instead of putting chemicals in your body and dealing with side effects, I rec
Cardiac Catheterization

Cardiac Catheterization

Cardiac catheterization is a test used to check blood flow in the coronary arteries, blood flow, and blood pressure in the heart's chambers; find out how well the heart valves work; and check for defects in the way the heart's wall moves.