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Coronavirus and ‘Broken Heart Syndrome’

Coronavirus and ‘Broken Heart Syndrome’

The stress of the pandemic has wide-reaching consequencesThe novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been challenging for healthcare providers and researchers partly because of how much is unknown about the virus and our evolving understanding about what sort of...

You may need a sleep study. Here’s why.

You may need a sleep study. Here’s why.

HEALTH & WELLNESSSleep DisordersDo you snore .. Do you fall asleep a lot .. Do you find it difficult to sleep .. Do you have high blood pressure .. Do you have headache when you wake up .. Do you have difficulty concentrating during the day .. If you answered yes to...

Type 2 Diabetes: 4 Prevention Tips for Families

Type 2 Diabetes: 4 Prevention Tips for Families

As more people develop diabetes each year, you may worry about the risks for you and your family. But, here’s the good news: You can do something about those risks. Taking some simple steps now can help you avoid type 2 diabetes. In fact, making healthy lifestyle...

Women or Men — Who Has a Higher Risk of Heart Attack?

Women or Men — Who Has a Higher Risk of Heart Attack?

A woman’s heart may look just like a man’s, but there are significant differences.For example, a woman’s heart is usually smaller, as are some of its interior chambers. The walls that divide some of these chambers are thinner. And while a woman’s heart pumps faster...

How to Protect Yourself Against Heart and Vascular Disease

How to Protect Yourself Against Heart and Vascular Disease

Read any article on cardiovascular disease prevention, and you’ll learn that the major risk factors are age, sex, race, smoking, high blood pressure, high blood lipid levels, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity and a sedentary lifestyle.But have you ever wondered if...

Sugary Diet & Coronary Artery Disease

Sugary Diet & Coronary Artery Disease

What connection is there between food and drink with added sugar and coronary artery disease? Until recently, the question had been inadequately answered by research, but an extensive study from Lund University in Sweden has now contributed important clues. The study...

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