Reduce Inflamation

A Healthy Lifestyle (Almost) Eliminates Sudden Cardiac Death

…,000-strong Nurse’s Health study, who have been followed for decades. A Healthy Lifestyle that Reduces the Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death Includes: * Not smoking. Smoking causes sludgy, viscous, and inflamed blood. Stopping smoking can improve your heart health, tremendously. * Avoiding an overweight body…

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Prevent Elevated Lp(a) Cholesterol Levels

…heart disease, it’s the arterial walls that get inflamed. Once they puff up from inflammation and all kinds of debris that accumulate in the arterial walls, they then get clogged, especially if you have a tendency to clot. Grounding can help to reduce inflammation, and help avoid cardiovascular problems…

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Pets for Heart Health

…the health benefits of pets. Specifically, pets significantly increase longevity in people with coronary artery disease who have a heart attack, reduce blood pressure, and enhance the opportunity to meet other people. The health benefits of pets also allow people to be alone without being lonely. Over…

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8 Secrets to Healthy Blood for Better Heart Health

…ask your doctor to check you for inflammation by monitoring your CRP and fibrinogen levels. 2. Quit smoking. Smoking causes sludgy, viscous, and inflamed blood. Stopping smoking can improve your heart health, tremendously. 3. Eat an anti-inflammatory diet. First and foremost, keep your sweets under…

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Mammography in Controversy

…reviews of scientific evidence on the effectiveness of mammography. While USPSTF noted the existence of convincing evidence that mammography screening reduces breast cancer mortality, it found that the net benefit of such screening is much smaller for women ages 40 to 49 than for women ages 60 to 69. Reduction…

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