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Signs and Symptoms of Coronary Artery Disease

…-carnitine and D-ribose. Micro-organisms. Bacterial infections spread germs and generate inflammation in the body. A common source of such bacteria is gum disease. Nanobacteria (1/1,000 the size of regular bacteria) is a particularly strong risk factor. Toxic metals. Mercury and lead are the most infamous toxic…

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Pets for Heart Health

…worried brow, snarling, or curled lips are behavioral warning signs. Pale gums may mean anemia or parasites, while red, inflamed tissue suggests gum disease. Before you make a purchase or acquisition, have a veterinarian check out the dog and make sure they are healthy. Now it’s your turn: Do you have…

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Watch Out For These Heart Risk Factors

…, and D-ribose. * Micro-organisms. Bacterial infections spread germs and generate inflammation in the body. A common source of such bacteria is gum disease. Nanobacteria (1/1,000 the size of regular bacteria) is a particularly strong heart risk factor. * Toxic metals. Mercury and lead are the most infamous…

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