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Snoring without sleep apnea does not increase death or heart disease risk

medicalxpress.com — “(Medical Xpress)—A group of Australian researchers have achieved a world-first to demonstrate that objectively measured snoring, without more serious sleep apnea, does not increase mortality or cardiovascular disease.View full resource at medicalxpress.com

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Sunshine vitamin affects cardiac outcomes

news-medical.net — “Vitamin D deficiency could increase the risk for ischemic heart disease, myocardial infarction, and early death, researchers suggest.View full resource at news-medical.net

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Open Season on Salt: What the Science on Hypertension Really Shows: Scientific American

scientificamerican.com — “Shedding pounds may be a better way to promote cardiovascular health than avoiding the saltshakerView full resource at scientificamerican.com

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Open Season on Salt: What the Science on Hypertension Really Shows http://t.co/IMcpM3Zy

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Study shows that eating low-fat #yogurt may protect against high #blood pressure http://t.co/G6EpXWwO. #diet @mnt_healthnews

t.co — “Study shows that eating low-fat #yogurt may protect against high #blood pressure http://t.co/G6EpXWwO. #diet @mnt_healthnewsView full resource at t.co

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Broccoli Helps Improve Blood Pressure

articles.mercola.com — “A new study reveals that the sulforaphane found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli helps improve blood pressure and kidney function.View full resource at articles.mercola.com

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Mounting Evidence Pegs Broccoli as One of Nature's Most Health-Promoting Foods, Tackling Hypertension, Cancer, and More http://t.co/ZWejmzr9

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Painkillers may pose continuing risk for years after a heart attack - The Washington Post

washingtonpost.com — “A study shows that a type of painkiller commonly used to ease joint and muscle pain may pose a continuing risk for someone who has had a heart attack.View full resource at washingtonpost.com

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Cancer overtakes heart disease among US Hispanics - Houston Chronicle

chron.com — “Death rates for both cancer and heart disease have been dropping for Hispanics and everyone else. Overall, cancer will probably replace heart disease as the nation's top cause of death in the next 10 years, said Rebecca Siegel of the American Cancer Society, lead author of a study reporting the new findings. [...] cancer tends to kill people earlier in life than heart disease, for decades the nation's top cause of death. Cancer society researchers looked at federal death data for 2009 and found View full resource at chron.com

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NEW YORK: Cancer overtakes heart disease among US Hispanics - Health Wires - MiamiHerald.com

miamiherald.com — “Cancer has overtaken heart disease as the No. 1 killer among Hispanics in the U.S., and the rest of the country may be only a few years behind.View full resource at miamiherald.com

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Cancer overtakes heart disease among US Hispanics - Cancer has overtaken heart disease as the No. 1 killer among His... http://t.co/7rNkbu3S

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Dogs, Cats and Blood Pressure « Tales from the Pet Clinic

blogs.webmd.com — “Get an insider's view into hospital pet care and will follow pet patients as they undergo treatment and recovery at the Animal Medical Center of New York.View full resource at blogs.webmd.com

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#Hypertension in #pets can have serious consequences. Here's what causes it & what owners can do: http://t.co/Pn70Ee8F @AMCNY

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Heart Rhythm Disorders

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#AFib is a heart rhythm disorder which is electrical in origin. Learn more about various arrhythmias: http://t.co/kcCJFnzR

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“I care about you” and other things to say to sick friends « Heart Sisters

myheartsisters.org — “Those of us living with an invisible illness like heart disease usually look and sound pretty much the same as we did pre-diagnosis. Here are some suggestions about what to say to an ill person you care about instead of the common (buy annoying) greeting: "You look great!" And here are some ideas for responding…View full resource at myheartsisters.org

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"I care about you" and other things to say to sick friends http://t.co/VdXXPVsT

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High Blood Pressure Study Seeks Volunteers! Concerned about your BP? Age 50+ and have no history of diabetes or stroke? http://t.co/3CVf2iEA

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BBC News - People can be fat yet fit, research suggests

bbc.co.uk — “People can be obese yet physically healthy and fit and at no greater risk of heart disease or cancer than normal weight people, say researchers.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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Heart Attack, Stroke More Common in Shift Workers

webmd.com — “Working the night shift or any non-traditional schedule may increase your risk of heart attack and stroke, a study shows.View full resource at webmd.com

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Spoke with a nurse today who works rotating day/night shifts. Some nights and some days. She finds that the... http://t.co/TFdPD12R

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A complex microworld in the gut: Gut microbiota and cardiovascular disease connectivity : Nature Medicine : Nature Publishing Group

nature.com — “Millions of healthy bacteria colonize our guts from the moment we are born. Changes in the composition and abundance of these commensals affect the entire immune system and can predispose us to a variety of diseases, including intestinal infections, inflammatory and metabolic diseases, and cancer. The gut microbiome interacts not only with the host mucosa but also with potential pathogens; understanding what interactions and pathways are crucial for maintaining homeostasis and protecting the hosView full resource at nature.com

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Most Recently Shared on August 24, 2012 at 2:50 pm By:

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Gut microbiome and cardiovascular disease : Nature Medicine : http://t.co/Y47sOQTY

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