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Defibrillartors save lives - please share!
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Hello …I need your help with English really… my skype  soha.saher31      ….put me on the top ……..i need it
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Not yet made any #NewYearsResolutions? Take inspiration from the team at Ateronon HQ as we share our heart-healthy New Year pledges!
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Sam Dabaja

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Blood clot from a 100% occluded RCA (Acute Inferior MI with RV Infarct)
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You're right, ST elevation in V4 is unusual.
EMS Paramedics were over excited sending the left-sided & right-sided ECGs simultaneously. We only received the right-sided.
As for time of chest pain, it was 30 minutes. Our Door to Balloon time was 32 minutes.
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Sam Dabaja

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Life saved after Heart Attack lecture
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Real hero's at work. #Kudos  sir.
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Pits & Gems

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A healthy mind in a healthy body is a good combo.  I am all for it!
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#Regularexercise has many benefits which keep heart muscles healthy. Due to exercise, progression of #heartdisease is reduced considerably and this also reduces the chances of all heart ailments. Exercise is a proven #naturalremedy for heart diseases. http://bit.ly/1utn32q
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Defiantly one of the things  that would help.
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When it comes to #bloodpressure and #heartdisease, potassium rich foods plays vital role. http://bit.ly/1pl9yie
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Midlife Exercises May Have Benefits as Starting Early

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Heart disease and stroke are the number one killers in South Africa. What's your take on this and how can South Africans prevent getting heart disease and stroke?
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Facts about Cupping Therapy
🔴This Therapy talking about Blood purification

🔴70 Body Disorders caused by impure Blood

🔴Pure Blood having Ability to cure or repair any damage inside the Body

🔴But due to Contaminated or impure Blood, we can't take benefits of this Megic property of Blood

🔴So Cupping Therapy gives back this Curing ability to Blood & Blood starts to Cure our Body
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#Atrialfibrillation (AFib): Types, Symptoms, Causes and Treatment http://goo.gl/6BuIPp
A normal #heart beat is between 60 to 100 beats per minute. With Atrial fibrillation on the contrary, it can go as high as 140 beats per minute.
Atrial fibrillation (AF or AFib) is an irregular and a rapid heart rhythm. Learn about its types, causes, symptoms, treatment, tests, diagnosis and more.
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Ergoflex

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Your Amazing Heart 

Every year, your blood travels the equivalent to the moon and back 9 times
It’s easy to forget the hard work your heart does, pumping some 5 litres of blood every minute (at rest). Because the heart has its own electrical impulse, it can continue to beat on its own even when separated from the body, provided it has an oxygen supply – that’s a chilling thought, but does hammer home how autonomous and surprisingly-basic the heart is. All that pumping equates to the blood travelling a whopping 12,000 miles per day – that’s almost half way around the world. To take it even further, the heart will pump blood 4,380,000 miles a year, which is the equivalent to the moon and back 9 times in a single year!
The human body is without doubt the most complex machine that exists, and its magnificence will probably never be exceeded by any man-made object. It’s a work of art, completing millions of microscopic processes every second, processes which have been moulded over the course of billions of years...
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Lee J

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The MEDITERRANEAN DIET                                                                                          
In our attempt to find the best diet for health and longevity, the research behind the Mediterranean diet certainly seems to put it in that category. I recently discovered a recipe oriented book with a ton of ideas and even a daily meal planner.  There are a few different variations of the diet and this one allows meat and desserts. It all has to be cooked in a clean and healthy manner, of course.  But, I honestly believe we can enjoy this type of diet and not feel deprived while improving our health.

The book is The Mediterranean Prescription by A. Acquista, M.D. and his first point is to know the difference between the different types of fats.  The goal is to consume unsaturated fat as in olive oil and plant based foods while reducing trans and saturated fats.  Don't worry, it's all spelled out on the package labels and recipes in his book. Many people are staying away from wheat or starch these days, but there are good and bad starches too. Organic whole grain bread, for example, is one of the most healthy foods available. Some studies even correlate how much whole grain products you eat to how long you will live.

In case you are new to the Mediterranean diet, Dr. Acquista lists the 12 guiding principles:
1. Eat lots of fruits.               
2. Eat lots of vegetables.           
3. Eat lots of legumes
4. Eat nuts and seeds        
5. Eat whole grains           
6. Use olive oil on salads and cooking
7. Eat low-fat dairy products in moderation      
8. Eat fish     9. Eat the right fats (have a high
ratio of unsaturated fats to saturated fats)   
10.  Regular physical activity
11. Drink Wine(red)       
12.  Eat small amounts of red meat and meat products.

Most studies say that one daily glass of wine is most beneficial for women and not more. In terms of red meat, I find it easier to just eliminate it altogether. I'm avoiding the saturated fat and the cholesterol because I have a history of strokes in my family.       L.J
          More at: www.creativeretirementforwomen.com
Acquista, A. M.D., The Mediterranean Prescription, New York: Ballantine Books, 2006, p.17.
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Sam Dabaja

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Sam Dabaja

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Health Heart Project at St. John Hospital and Medical Center
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Qardio

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Why monitor your blood pressure?
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Facts about Cupping Therapy
🔴This Therapy talking about Blood purification

🔴70 Body Disorders caused by impure Blood

🔴Pure Blood having Ability to cure or repair any damage inside the Body

🔴But due to Contaminated or impure Blood, we can't take benefits of this Megic property of Blood

🔴So Cupping Therapy gives back this Curing ability to Blood & Blood starts to Cure our Body
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Qardio

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When you’re traveling all day or have a long commute, it can be easy to cave in and eat fast food and unhealthy snacks. BUT, if you plan ahead you can make healthy travel decisions! #WorldHeartDay
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Qardio

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Do you know these heart-health numbers to live by?

#HeartHealth
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Cardio God

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+Barbara Harris Thank you for your comment! I agree that it is important to know more about any kind of disease and will be glad to supply more information. Hope it will be helpful.
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