Cardiovascular Disease Diseases

Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular Disease Nearly 2,300 Americans die of cardiovascular disease each day, an average of one death every 38 seconds. About one out of every 2.9 deaths in the US results from cardiovascular disease
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“Demystifying Thyroid Eye Disease” and “Ocular Surface Role in FLACS and Advanced Technology IOL’s” - Manchester, TN Thyroid

“Demystifying Thyroid Eye Disease” and “Ocular Surface Role in FLACS and Advanced Technology IOL’s” – Manchester, TN

“Demystifying Thyroid Eye Disease” and “Ocular Surface Role in FLACS and Advanced Technology IOL’s” - Manchester, TN Event on 2017-10-17 07:30:00 Thyroid Eye Disease (TED) is the most common extra-thyroid presentation of Grave's disease. Given the litany of ocular and orbital manifestations of TED, early detection and management are essential. Dr. T. Amerson Pegram will review the most common presenting symptoms and sequelae of TED and discuss current medical and surgical treatment options. With the evolution of cataract surgery as a refractive procedure and the advent of advanced technology IOLs, the health of the ocular surface has risen in importance...
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Can Exercise Help Prevent Alzheimer's Disease? Exercise

Can Exercise Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

Without a doubt, an Alzheimer's disease diagnosis is perhaps the most frightening prognosis that can be received. Debilitating at best, Alzheimer's symptoms are so serious that most people with advanced stage Alzheimer's require full-time care.Approximately 4.5 million people in the United States currently have Alzheimer's, a number that is expected to climb as high as 16 million by 2050 as the baby boom generation ages. The risk of contracting Alzheimer's disease rises as we age, affecting 10 percent of people older than age 65 and 50 percent of individuals over age 85.Although much progress has been made in the fields...
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Many Varieties of Meditation are Available for Stress, Disease, and Depression Through Relaxation Meditation

Many Varieties of Meditation are Available for Stress, Disease, and Depression Through Relaxation

Most of us who have never meditated or who have always practiced it in a very prescribed manner can learn a great deal by moving beyond our rigid precepts. Beyond the spiritual, there is mounting documentation that regular meditation can reduce stress and support longevity. It's no longer uncommon for health care professionals like physicians, psychologists, and massage therapists to recommend various types of meditation to their patients and clients.Courses are available at seminars, retreats, colleges and on-line suggesting that we all need to find a way to expand our inner connection while moving outward into the unknown. We live...
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Heart Disease : Risk and How to Prevent Heart Disease

Heart Disease : Risk and How to Prevent

Every 34 seconds a person in the United States dies from heart disease. This identify that heart disease is significant health complication. Heart disease is a common word that refers to a variety of acute and chronic medical conditions that affect one or more of the components of the heart. There are many risks factors can lead you to heart disease. One factor is increasing age. Over 83 percent of people who die of coronary heart disease are 65 or older. At older ages, women who have heart attacks are more likely than men are to die from them within...
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Prevent Heart Disease, Stroke, Diabetes, Depression, and Obesity for FREE! Heart Disease

Prevent Heart Disease, Stroke, Diabetes, Depression, and Obesity for FREE!

Copyright (c) 2013 Jim FordAmericans are spending millions of dollars every year on medications, and for doctor and hospital visits. Some of this money could be saved with a little preventive maintenance. It is called exercise! Combine a little exercise with a decent diet and you can go a long way towards reducing disease, depression, and everyday illnesses. Most importantly is that you can get exercise without spending a dime, yet how many of us are doing it? Obesity rates, along with the rates of heart disease, stroke and diabetes in America are embarrassing. Is our powerful Nation falling to...
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Cranberries - Simple Protection from Cancer and Heart Disease Heart Disease

Cranberries – Simple Protection from Cancer and Heart Disease

When is the last time you ate cranberries? Was it with a turkey dinner? With all the research pointing to the amazing health benefits of this simple berry, shouldn't cranberries be more than a once a year side dish?How Cranberries Are Proving Their Strength:The Cranberry Institute provides the results of studies and research that highlight the fantastic health benefits of the humble cranberry.Cranberries have been used for thousands of years by Native Americans as a source of food and to extend the shelf life of dried meats. Colonial sailors also made use of the natural preservatives in cranberries (from benzoic...
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Image from page 16 of “Heart disease, with special reference to prognosis and treatment” (1897) Heart Disease

Image from page 16 of “Heart disease, with special reference to prognosis and treatment” (1897)

Image from page 16 of "Heart disease, with special reference to prognosis and treatment" (1897) Identifier: heartdiseasewith1897broa Title: Heart disease, with special reference to prognosis and treatment Year: 1897 (1890s) Authors: Broadbent, W. H. (William Henry), Sir, 1835-1907 Broadbent, John Francis Harpin, Sir, 1865- Subjects: Heart Heart Diseases Publisher: New York : Wood Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in...
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