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Heart Risk Factor: Homocysteine

…and occlusive artery disease, including coronary atherosclerosis, peripheral vascular disease, and carotid artery disease. In fact, some research shows that 42 percent of strokes, 28 percent of peripheral vascular disease, and approximately 30 per?cent of premature cardiovascular disease are directly…

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Are You a Candidate for EECP Therapy?

…blood pressure levels * Coumadin or other anticoagulation therapy * Aortic valve regurgitation * Thrombophlebitis or bloods clots * Peripheral vascular disease in the legs or previous leg amputations * Pregnancy or immediately following cardiac catheterization or bypass surgery After two prior coronary…

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Cardiovascular Problems Eased With D-Ribose

…-carnitine, D-ribose can be instrumental in treating a myriad of cardiovascular problems including arrhythmia, angina, heart failure, peripheral vascular disease, statin-induced myalgia, and the rescue of any muscle tissue that is starving for oxygen. It also helps to reduce many heart risk factors. In…

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Prevent Blood Clots to Prevent Stroke

…older * Heredity/family history * Men * History of heart attack and/or stroke * Medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure levels, vascular disease, atrial fibrillation, and sickle cell anemia * Drug/alcohol abuse * Poor diet * Sedentary lifestyle * Living in the southeast US (“stroke belt”…

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Familial Hypercholesterolemia—A Real Condition or Advertising Hype?

…from one parent—which can cause accelerated coronary artery disease at 30 to 40 years of age. Plus, it causes an increased risk of peripheral vascular disease (PVD) and stroke. However, there are people with this genetic variant who have extremely high cholesterol and live well into their 80s and 90s…

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