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Exercise and High Blood Pressure
Exercise is one of the keys to lower your blood pressure. Working out also boosts the effectiveness of blood pressure medication if you're already being treated for hypertension. You don't have to be an athlete, either.
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What have you given up for #Lent ? Join us as we take a look at some of the foods your #heart would thank you for going without for the next 40 days!
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Take a look at our top tips for getting your ticker in shape this #NationalHeartMonth ! What other #HeartHealthy advice would you add to this list?
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Familiar about the term “Witching hour”?
Medical professionals call early morning time as “witching hour”. It is the time when heart attacks are likely to happen because in the morning, blood is hard, thick or harder to pump because a person is moderately dehydrated. http://bit.ly/1KJAkwa ‪#‎heartmonth‬ ‪#‎heart‬ ‪#‎health‬
Happy American Heart Month!
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Just in time for Valentine's Day! Dark chocolate is the perfect treat and is linked to better heart health. 
Eating heart-healthy means eating chocolate! My patients are super-excited when I add chocolate to the meal plan. Dark chocolate, that is.
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Not all ARB drugs are equally effective at treating heart failure, reveals NSU researcher
Millions of people take angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs) to help treat heart failure. But it turns out not all ARBs are created equally, according to one Nova Southeastern University researcher's findings.
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SLEEP APNEA SHOULD NOT BE LEFT UNTREATED.

http://somnomed.com/dangers-of-sleep-apnea/
Untreated sleep apnea or snoring can have a significant impact on your personal health. Successful treatment of may reduce the many dangers of sleep apnea.
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Please pray for this sweet little angel!
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the world regardless of gender. According to a CDC report, heart disease accounts for the 29% of deaths among women.
Happy American ‪#‎Heart‬ Month!
See more details here: http://bit.ly/1FYyhUa
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Have you ever thought about the impact of your relationship on your #HeartHealth ? Take a look at our latest blog post to find out just how heart healthy you relationship is.
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The problem is that your post is contra to better reserach. Your current study reports NO SIGNIFICANT LEVELS and you are still at the null hypothesis.
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Calculate the heart beats, ofcourse you can, its very easy method;


http://wemedical.blogspot.com/2015/01/articlecalculate-thepulse.html?m=1
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