Does An Aspirin a Day Really Keep the Heart Attack Away?
Well, the “medical experts” seem to think so. The idea of a taking a daily aspirin to prevent heart attacks has been wavering between “in favor of” and “against” … Read More
Homocysteine is the new buzzword popping up in discussions about possible predictors of stroke, coronary heart disease, and peripheral vascular disease. Homocysteine is an amino acid derivative of the amino acid cysteine.
Many epidemiological studies … Read More
Dental fluorosis is a condition caused by too much fluoride. And it’s on the rise in the US…despite the government knowing about it for some time now. The condition, which ruins teeth, affects more … Read More
I’ll bet you haven’t heard much about nitric oxide (NO) and its role in preventing heart disease and other cardiovascular disorders.
There is much research showing that NO is required by our body for cardiac heath, and … Read More
Furosemide (also known as Lasix) is a drug commonly used with congestive heart failure (CHF) patients when there is edema (excessive fluid build-up)present.
Although this treatment is quite effective for eliminating the edema, there … Read More
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