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Can a Flu Vaccine Stop Heart Disease?

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

New research says that a flu vaccine could reduce your chance of a heart attack by 50%. But before you rush out to get a flu shot, get all the facts. Is getting a flu vaccine the best choice for you?
 

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Heart-Felt Lessons from the Olympics

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

Seeing the physical exertion that athletes endure to train for the Olympics is awe-inspiring, but it also points out a dangerous health threat—cardiac arrest. What any athlete, and you, can do to avoid the risk.
 

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Four Therapies for Heart Attack Patients

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

If you've had a heart attack, you will likely need to be on medication. However, there are four therapies that can help maximize your heart’s healing and ultimately bring you to an enhanced level of health to help you avoid a second heart attack.

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Are You at Risk for Heart Attack?

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

All too often, a heart attack strikes out of the blue. While we can certainly identify the heart risk factors likely to lead to heart attack, it is important to know that people who have good cholesterol levels, healthy triglycerides levels, and even those who are at their ideal weight have also fallen victim to heart attacks.  In other words, no one is truly exempt from having a heart attack.

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Stress is a Killer

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

How you handle stress can be a matter of life and death becasue when you get fired up emotionally, anything can happen.

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Could Beta Carotene Kill Me?

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

Beta carotene is an extremely important player in promoting heart health and in managing heart risk factors. More than 200 studies have confirmed that any good cardiovascular nutrition plan should include foods rich in flavonoids, carotenoids, and other antioxidants.

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C-Reative Protein (CRP) and Your Heart

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

C-reactive protein is a heart risk factor that the medical world has started to take note of. It’s a blood protein that, when found in elevated levels, may indicate a risk for heart attack and stroke. 

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The Stress-Induced Heart Attack

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

The sudden onset of an emotional assault such as the loss of a loved one can be so intense that it can trigger serious cardiovascular problems – including a heart attack and stroke. This has to do with the release of your body’s “fight or flight” hormones in response to stress.

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A Hidden Cause of Sudden Cardiac Death

A Hidden Cause of Sudden Cardiac Death

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Last Reviewed 07/31/2014

A sudden cardiac death occurs once every minute and usually involves a heart attack that kills within an hour of the onset of symptoms. Discover why Dr. Sinatra says there is a powerful mind/body connection that may be the secret cause of these sudden deaths.

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Is This Worth Dying For?

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Last Reviewed 07/21/2014

The relationship between the mind and body is grossly overlooked in conventional medicine. Here's why it's so important to your heart health...

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