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Together, the diseases listed above account for 90% of the causes of death, disability, or loss of productivity in adult men and women over the age of 40.

How to Keep Your Heart Happy in Summertime Heat

  The organs of your body work at their best when your internal temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Extremely high or extremely low body temperatures can damage your organs or cause them to shut down. Very low temperatures may cause…

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Best Heart-Healthy Foods for the Grill

  Grilling is a very popular way to cook food, especially in the summer. About 75 percent of American households have an outdoor grill or smoker, according to statistics presented by the news outlet CNN. Though Memorial Day, Father’s Day,…

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5 Spring Activities That Are Great For Your Heart

The warm weather of spring makes it even easier to get the exercise you need for a healthy heart. The American Heart Association suggests adults get 150 minutes of moderate exercise each week to improve heart health. That works out…

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Alcohol Awareness Month: Effects of Alcohol on the Heart

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, which makes this month a good time to learn about the health effects of alcohol on your heart. Drinking a lot of alcohol increases your risk of a number of alcoholism, breast cancer, high blood…

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Pollen and Lung Disease: A Potentially Serious Combination

Seasonal allergies are annoying to even the healthiest person, but if you have lung disease, exposure to pollen can be more serious. Pollen is a fine, powdery substance discharged into the air from male plant parts with the intent of…

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Foods That Help Prevent Colon Cancer

Eating certain foods can help reduce your risk of colon cancer, which develops in the lowest part of the digestive tract. Doctors often talk about colon cancer together with cancer of the rectum, known as colorectal cancer, the third cancer-related…

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The Effects of Alcohol on Your Body

Drinking too much alcohol, either in one sitting or over time, takes a toll on your body. Alcohol is a toxic poison that kills cells, which is why people use alcohol to preserve food and sterilize equipment. Alcohol also harms…

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Tips for Preventing Diabetes

People with diabetes have trouble controlling blood sugar levels. Approximately 30 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. Over time, diabetes can lead to serious problems, such as damage to the…

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What is Pulmonary Hypertension?

Although pulmonary hypertension affects only about 15 to 50 people per million, it is a serious disease. Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is high blood pressure in the arteries serving the lungs and right side of the heart. Sometimes called pulmonary arterial…

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2017 Should Be The Year You Stop Smoking

Smoking causes 87 percent of lung cancer cases, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, and it is responsible for many other cancers and diseases. Because it causes more than 438,000 deaths each year, the American Lung Association says…

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