More Serious Symptoms Not To Ignore – Part 2

And now for the more serious symptoms not to ignore. Please don’t be lazy about your health and consider the following. Out-of-the-Ordinary Breast Changes The size, feel, and look of your breasts are as individual as you are, and breasts often change predictably throughout the month. Some women normally have lumps; others get a lump every month before their period. But something…

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Common Symptoms Women Often Ignore – But Shouldn’t

If you’re a woman over the age of 40 you probably ignore the occasional headaches, fatigue, even mild rashes. Really, who has time for all that? There are times, however, that “unexpected” symptoms show up, such as: Severe headaches Nausea Extreme fatigue Vaginal bleeding Heart palpitations that last more than 15 minutes A rash on your breast that doesn’t go…

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A Powerful Link Between Parkinson’s Disease And Poor Heart Health

Several important studies, including a very new one, have concluded that there is a powerful link between Parkinson’s Disease and poor heart health. It shows that poor heart health can very likely correlate to an increased risk of Parkinson’s disease…but that’s not all.  ➡ The research indicates that abdominal obesity, high triglycerides, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and high blood…

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How Anemia Affects Your Health And Heart

Whether or not you have been diagnosed with heart disease, it’s important to know how anemia affects your health and heart. It’s all about hemoglobin… Hemoglobin is an essential protein that carries oxygen to all your tissues and organs. And, a person is diagnosed with Anemia when their levels of hemoglobin are lower than normal. Anemia may also occur when…

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Four Hundred Fifteen Thousand Preventable Deaths

 In 2016, there were four hundred fifteen thousand preventable deaths from heart disease and/or strokes in this country. 415,000 Along with that, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that cardiovascular events, including heart attacks and strokes, caused 2.2 million preventable hospitalizations   But the report doesn’t end there.   In addition, these incidents cost us, you and me,…

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When Your Cardiac Enzymes Are Elevated – What???

Picture this scenario: You start feeling pain in the middle of your chest and it is radiating down your right or left arm (yes, either one!), and off you go to the emergency room where the doctor tells you about the test results and tries to explain what it means when your cardiac enzymes are elevated…” And, even as you shake…

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