If you have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or pretty much any cardiovascular disease, your doctor has most likely prescribed you low doses of aspirin. It’s a standard procedure most doctors do without even thinking. But a new study from Japan, and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, shows that more caution is needed. It’s not … Read moreDoes Aspirin Protect Your Heart?
Many people have had, without even knowing it most of the time, what’s called a mini stroke. These can drastically influence many cognitive skills; but more seriously, be an indicator of a big stroke coming up. Japanese researchers have developed a simple, 20-second test, to see if you’re at risk of a big stroke or … Read moreSimple 20 Second Home Test Predicts Stroke Risk
We all get sick from time to time. We all have accidents. That’s why we have doctors and hospitals – so that if and when something happens, we can be put together again (hopefully), and learn some lessons about being more careful and living a healthier lifestyle along the way. What are the most common … Read moreWhat are the Most Common Health Complaints in the USA?
Apparently, our eyes do not just serve to help us discover the outside world, but they are also able to tell a lot about what is going on inside our body. These are 8 ways in which our eyes reveal something related to our health: Sudden Double Vision, Dim Vision, or Loss of Vision These … Read more14 Things Your Eyes are Trying to Tell You About Your Health
New US research has found that too much time spent sitting watching television is linked with an increased risk of blood clots, even if people are getting sufficient amounts of exercise. Too much TV viewing has already been associated with heart disease involving blocked arteries, with sedentary behavior in general also linked with a range … Read moreSTUDY: Increased Blood Clots Caused By THIS!
If you need a super healthy food, this is the one for you. We got the cure. DATES. It is dates. They solve many health issues like cholesterol or hypertension and even prevent strokes. They have many nutrients and make the body even healthier than before. Read more to know why they are so good and … Read moreAre Dates The Healthiest Food In The World?
You don’t hear much about potassium—but you should. It’s important for muscle strength, nerve functioning, and a healthy cardiovascular system, says Janet Brill, Ph.D., R.D., a Philadelphia-based nutritionist. The nutrient’s in lots of delicious foods (think: melon, avocados, bananas, and white beans). But even if you get the recommended 4,700 mg per day, you still … Read moreDecrease cramps, eliminate cellulite and reduce your risk of stroke with this one nutrient!
Eating broccoli could reverse the damage that diabetes inflicts on heart blood vessels. The key is most likely a compound in the vegetable called sulforaphane. Sulforaphane encourages production of enzymes that protect the blood vessels, and reduces the number of molecules that cause cell damage — known as Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) — by up … Read moreEat broccoli like THIS to reduce your risk of heart attack and strokes
There are two ways a stroke can occur; one, the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the brain is blocked, or partially blocked; or two, there is bleeding in the brain. In both instances brain cells can start to die and can leave permanent damage. If brain cells do die or are damaged symptoms in the … Read more7 warning signs you’re having a stroke – this could save your life!
Cancer specialist, Dr. Edward T. Creagan, says, “The careful physician will encourage you to elaborate on how you’re feeling, and then with insight, professionalism, and judgment can outline the most appropriate tests to home in on your symptoms.” In his newly released book How Not to Be My Patient: A Physician’s Secrets for Staying Healthy … Read moreNever ignore these 10 symptoms! They could save you from cancer, a stroke and more