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Pacific Medical Training
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We are a continuing medical education company that provides certification courses for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), and Basic Life Support (BLS).
We are a continuing medical education company that provides certification courses for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), and Basic Life Support (BLS).

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What is your answer to this #ACLS practice question?
Stay tuned for the answer Wednesday.

Get your certification 15% here:
http://www.pacificmedicalacls.com/promolink.php?promo=steph2015
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Take care of yourself today.
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USC researchers have identified a gene variant that decreases the risk of heart disease — but only among women.

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According to the American Heart Association, there are seven modifiable risk factors for heart disease, meaning there are things you can do to decrease your risk.

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Here is the answer to our #ACLS practice question from Wednesday.
Did you get it correct?

Get 15% off your certification here:
http://www.pacificmedicalacls.com/promolink.php?promo=steph2015
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What is your answer to this #ACLS practice question?
Stay tuned for the answer Friday.

Get your certification 15% here:
http://www.pacificmedicalacls.com/promolink.php?promo=steph2015
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For years, chelation therapy is used to treat mercury and lead poisoning, however, its role in treating heart disease is not yet proved.

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Wider use of daily low-dose aspirin by older Americans at risk of heart disease could reduce their risk of heart attack, prevent some cancers and death from cancer, and help them live longer.

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If only it was that fun!
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Their findings also suggest that replacing these fats with healthier fats, whole grains, and plant proteins may reduce coronary heart disease risk.

https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/press-releases/saturated-fats-increased-heart-disease-risk/
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