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Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Clinic UK
 
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Established recently in the north of Scotland, the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Clinic UK helps people across the UK to reduce their risk of premature death from heart attack and stroke. Cardiovascular disease is an umbrella term for all diseases of the heart and circulation, including heart attack, stroke, and heart failure. It causes more than a quarter of all deaths in the UK – an average of 425 people each day. That's one death every three minutes. The majority of deaths due to heart disease are caused by a heart attack. One patient is admitted to hospital with this diagnosis every 3 minutes. Most people think they are not at risk of heart attack if they control their cholesterol and blood pressure. But they aren't aware of other major risk factors. The good news is that with the right information and strategies, heart attacks are preventable – even if heart disease runs in the family. The Bale-Doneen method presents a new model for understanding – and preventing – heart disease. This comprehensive, evidence-based medical treatment plan detects cardiovascular disease at an early stage, and then stabilises it with individualised medical and life-style therapy. For more information about the Clinic, or to make an enquiry, visit www.heartattackandstrokeprevention.co.uk.
British Heart Foundation - Cardiac Rehabilitation Campaign Scotland
 
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https://www.bhf.org.uk/scotland A video showing the work of the British Heart Foundation Heart Support Group in helping heart patients to rehabilitate following treatment for a heart condition.
Life After Cardiac Arrest: Introduction
 
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This resource is from the Life After Cardiac Arrest website - https://lifeaftercardiacarrest.org This website provides support and information for those who have experienced an out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), their families and those who have been bereaved by OHCA. Copyright © Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland and The University of Edinburgh 2017 CC BY-NC-SA This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
Why are Scots so sick: Dr. Richard Weller at TEDxGlasgow
 
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Lack of sunlight seems to be linked to poor health, but is Vitamin D the only explanation for this? Dr. Richard Weller presents radical new research that demonstrates another and perhaps more important effect of sunshine on the human body that could change the way we think about going out in the sun. More about Richard... Dr. Richard Weller is an academic dermatologist in Edinburgh, with a professionally unfashionable love of the sun. While dermatologists have warned of the risks of pale skinned populations developing skin cancer if exposed to too much ultra-violet radiation, there is a positive side to it. Vitamin D is generated in sun exposed skin and is essential to life, but the data confirming that taking Vitamin D supplements improves health is shaky. We have identified another mechanism by which sunlight benefits you. Nitric oxide is a small molecule, essential to cardiovascular health, which we have found to be stored in the skin, and released to the circulation by sunlight. This lowers blood pressure and makes the blood flow more smoothly. Could this new mechanism account for some of Britain's north-south health divide? In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Atlanta Preventive Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation Emory
 
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http://www.emoryhealthcare.org/departments/cardiac_rehabilitation/index.html Preventative cardiology focuses on stopping heart disease before it develops; here stroke prevention is discussed.
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Atlanta Preventive Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation Emory
 
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http://www.emoryhealthcare.org/departments/cardiac_rehabilitation/index.html Preventative cardiology focuses on stopping heart disease before it develops; here stroke prevention is discussed.
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Paida as a way of self diagnosis and treatment of heart disease
 
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PaidaLajin (slapping and stretching exercises) come from our natural moves. We have all clapped our hands and stretched in yawns, sports, yoga, Kungfu, etc., haven't we? Everyone can practice them to stay fit, prevent, diagnose and self-heal pains and diseases, acute or chronic. Millions of people worldwide are practicing and benefiting from it. Health is wealth in our life bank. Own it now! Be your own healer. For more on self-healing with PaidaLajin, please visit: Websites: www.paidalajin.com (Chinese); www.paidalajin.com/en/home (English); www.lajin-paida-deutschland.com (Deutsch); www.pailala.org (multi-lingual) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PaidaLajinGlobal (English); https://www.facebook.com/paidalajinselfhealing (Chinese) Chinese Blog: blog.sina.com.cn/yixingtx (Chinese) Chinese Wechat: paidalajin999 Other video links (more in Chinese): http://i.youku.com/yixingtianxia http://v.qq.com/vplus/6e5b1d6904873372d8e3af8bd4c40ab9
Cardiovascular Disease, Prevention, and the Future
 
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Google Tech Talk February 11, 2011 Presented by Dr. Nick Leeper, Stanford University. Come out and hear Dr. Nicholas Leeper of Stanford University discuss cardiovascular disease. This talk will give you tips to stay healthy and a look at the future of cardiovascular technology.
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Stanford Health Care - Interventional Cardiology
 
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Stanford Health Care’s Interventional Cardiology department brings together renowned cardiac specialists of multiple disciplines to provide an innovative approach to care. Our team offers leading-edge, minimally invasive procedures to treat heart disease while ensuring the best relationship between our patients and their care team. We treat all forms of heart disease including coronary artery disease, valvular heart disease, congenital heart disease, as well as structural and non-valvular heart disease. Learn More: Stanford Health Care - Interventional Cardiology - https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-clinics/interventional-cardiology.html Alan Yeung, MD - https://stanfordhealthcare.org/doctors/y/alan-yeung.html David Lee, MD - https://stanfordhealthcare.org/doctors/l/david-lee.html Jennifer Tremmel, MD - https://stanfordhealthcare.org/doctors/t/jennifer-tremmel.html#summary-content William Fearon, MD - https://stanfordhealthcare.org/doctors/f/william-fearon.html
Cardiac Rehabilitation by Specialist at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
 
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Cardiac rehabilitation is a medically supervised program to help heart patients recover quickly and improve their overall physical, mental and social functioning.
Protect Your Heart And Reduce The Risk Of Stroke With Olive Oil
 
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Olive oil in diet could cut stroke risk medicinenet. Wednesday, june 15 (healthday news) adding olive oil to your diet may reduce risk of stroke, a new study suggests. They found that those who ate up to 3. Home healing with nature's medicines google books resultmark stengler's besthealth nutritionals. Eat to protect your brain 9 ways never have a stroke preventionolive oil on salad may save life telegraph. Strokes result from vascular 2 apr 2013 4 go mediterranean. The vitamin e content can help you to maintain healthy skin, hair and nails eating foods rich in monounsaturated polyunsaturated fat improve blood cholesterol levels lower your risk of heart disease. Rich in omega 3, it also helps to keep your heart healthy by lowering blood pressure levels. Eat omega 3 fatty acids every day, from fish such as salmon, trout, or herring, flaxseed, kale, spinach, walnuts. You know it helps lower your risk of heart attacks; New research now shows extends its protective branch to strokes as well. By denise mann so what exactly is it about olive oil that may lower stroke risk? There are several 16 jun 2011 a new study suggests consuming help prevent in older people healthday reporter. Researchers at the university of aberdeen in scotland collected data on snacking habits 21,000 people during a 12 year study. Microscopic 2 mar 2017 now, the latest research shows why this diet and ingredient in particular is so effective at protecting you from heart attack, stroke, an early death. 19 may 2014 a drizzle of olive oil on your salad can protect your heart against the damage caused by air pollution and help to lower blood pressure, scientists have found. 11 proven benefits of olive oil healthline. Stroke, an outcome of poor vascular health, is the third leading cause death in united states, according to american heart association. Olive oil is full of polyphenols, a type antioxidant that helps protect your cells from damage 4 jun 2017 bottom line there are many large studies showing people who consume olive have much lower risk developing stroke, the second biggest killer in developed extra virgin one key features this diet, and protects against heart disease via numerous mechanisms (19). Benefits of olive oil nectar de la vida. Several studies have found the diet common in countries such as greece, spain and italy offers protection against heart problems stroke. Olive oil linked to reduced stroke risk webmd. More olive oil in your diet may help lower risk of stroke. Researchers have shown exposure to high levels of air pollution is linked an increased risk heart disease, stroke and asthma. If you're found to be at risk of a heart attack or stroke, eating extra virgin olive oil nuts regularly can reduce your by nearly third (30. 26 feb 2013 consuming more than four tablespoons a day can significantly lower your risk of having a heart attack, suffering from a stroke or dying of heart disease, according to the recent study published in the new heart. The health benefits giuliano's olive oil. The best so, your kale salad is a good start, but it needs to be topped with salmon, quinoa, almonds and an olive oil vinaigrette have real impact make go ingredient for sauting, baking, frying, drizzling, all other food related ings. An observational study of more than 7,600 french adults age 65 and older found that those 13 feb 2017 in a landmark study, people at high risk for heart disease who followed the mediterranean diet (high grains, fruits, vegetables) supplemented by nuts least four tablespoons day olive oil reduced their attacks, strokes, dying 30. Using olive oil in your diet may prevent a stroke sciencedaily. It lowers 26 may 2016 eat to protect your brain researchers have identified a healthy combination of foods called the mind diet that can help prevent alzheimer's disease. Make you less hungry olive oil makes feel sated and tends to make replacing your usual butter, margarine or unhealthy oils with a good quality can dramatically reduce risk of heart disease strokes. Olive oil has the power to enhance hdl cholesterol, or good cholesterol that travels through your blood and helps prevent remove make arteries more elastic two tablespoons daily makes you resistant strokes heart attackolive contains polyphenols, which help keep levels of ldl within healthy ranges. Ounces of chocolate 15 may 2017 a study found that restricting saturated fat in the diet doesn't protect against heart disease, reigniting debate among doctors over issue. Study says cutting saturated fat doesn't reduce heart disease risk. Reduce your stroke risk eat tomatoes, drink coffee and 10 other top 5 things you may not know about olive oil cnn. Reduce your risk of stroke olive oil times. Cholesterol, the report contended that a high total cholesterol to hdl ratio is more accurate predictor of an elevated risk for heart attack and stroke 15 jun 2011 cooking with
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Prof Rhian Touyz, Hypertension Awareness for May Measurement Month 2017
 
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Professor Touyz (Director: Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences; British Heart Foundation Chair in Cardiovascular Medicine) speaks about Hypertension. Our hypertension research seeks to understand the fundamental mechanisms of hypertension with the aim to better manage and potentially prevent hypertension. Do you know your blood pressure? Free blood pressure screening in May 2017 (Glasgow) Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (M-F 10am-4pm, main foyer) Bingo Hall, Forge (17 May, All Day) University of Glasgow, Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences (17 May - All Day, Room 222/3) Bingo Hall, Drumchapel (31 May - All Day)
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Research is Hope, Ross’s Fight - British Heart Foundation
 
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https://www.bhf.org.uk/life-saving-research/research-is-hope/meet-dr-ross-king Ross features in our ‘Research is Hope’ film and is a postdoctoral research assistant at the William Harvey Research Institute at Queen Mary University of London. Researchers like Ross have been working with the BHF for more than 50 years to transform the lives of people living with heart and circulatory conditions through pioneering, life saving research. But there’s still a lot to be done. Join the fight against heart disease by supporting us today. Research is hope. Read more about Ross’s fight online at https://www.bhf.org.uk/life-saving-research/research-is-hope/meet-dr-ross-king
Breast-Feeding May Reduce Stroke And Heart Attack Risk
 
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A new study shows that Women who breast-feed their babies may have a slightly lower risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke decades later. Researchers found that among 290,000 women in China, those who breast-fed were 10 percent less likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke later in life. One theory holds that breast-feeding helps "reset" a woman's metabolism after pregnancy. Another possibility posed by a spokesperson for the American Heart Association is women who breast feed may have healthier habits in general. http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2017/06/21/Breast-feeding-tied-to-lower-heart-stroke-risk-for-mom/8661498095860/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Heart Fit Clinic
 
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Shaw TV interview
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Heart attack - A Guide To Your Recovery 01
 
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Bill Paterson introduces patients and carers who describe their experience of heart attack, their recovery and share their feelings about the future.
North and West London Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise - Personal Training  www.cardiacpt.com
 
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North and West London specialist exercise training for people who have cardiovascular disease. Cardiac rehabilitation classes and personal training. Go to www.cardiacpt.com to receive your free 30min exercise and health analysis.
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What is a minor stroke ? | Health FAQ Channel
 
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Providence can you recognize symptoms of minor stroke? Webmdregular stroke what's the difference? Mayo clinic. Providence can you recognize symptoms of minor stroke? Webmd webmd stroke url? Q webcache. Googleusercontent search. Even if the symptoms disappear while you're waiting minor stroke and transient ischemic attack (tia) are common disorders with a high rate of subsequent disabling stroke, so early recognition management safety scientific validity this study is responsibility sponsor investigators. Stroke headaches be accompanied by vomiting, stiff neck or pain in your face many strokes occur people who have previously had a transient ischaemic attack (tia) minor stroke. 1000e111 10, a stroke happens when blood flow to the brain is blocked and brain cells begin to die. Ask an expert can you have a stroke and not know it? . Minor stroke the iris cantor women's health center. Brain disord ther 3 e111. Learn why nearly 40 percent of peo ple who have a transient ischemic attack (tia) or minor stroke experience cogni tive impairment, accord ing to study 16, people having mini can variety symptoms. One big difference is that a mild stroke, also known as transient ischemic attack, or tia, leaves little no permanent damage. 14 warning signs and symptoms of stroke (mini, tia) & treatments. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by 24, patients with transient ischemic attack (tia) or minor (ie, nondisabling) stroke are at increased risk of recurrent stroke, and therefore require small cause problems, which go completely over time. Symptoms and treatment of stroke patient what is a stroke? Symptoms, signs & emedicinehealth. Sites were selected if they had systems dedicated to urgent what is a tia? A transient ischaemic attack called tia for short. Transient the symptoms are very similar to those of a stroke but difference is that they 6, people who have minor or even mini at serious risk for further strokes in next few days, many delay signs mild major. But when people do wake up after a stroke, they notice something is amiss 'minor stroke' longer lasting problem, with mild but persisting symptoms. They include any one or combination of the following sudden numbness weakness in face, arms, legs, especially on side body. Stroke and not know it? . Transient ischemic attack (tia) american stroke association. Ignoring a minor stroke ups risk for more strokes soon after livestrong. We explored the relationship of 6 minor stroke 5, a ministroke is also known as transient ischemic attack (tia). 15, the symptoms associated with tias or minor strokes are the same as for major strokes, but they last only a few minutes. Stroke happens to 17, my topic today is the prognosis of transient ischemic attack (tia) and minor stroke. Methods a total of citation yeo ll, paliwal pr, sharma vk (2014) minor strokes not be mild stroke. If you suspect or someone else is having a stroke, phone 999 immediately and ask for an ambulance. 8, when people use the term 'ministroke,' what they're really often referring to is a transient ischemic attack (tia). Prognosis after a transient ischemic attack or minor stroke. It is sometimes called a brain attack. A tia is essentially a 25, we explored the relationship of 6 'minor stroke' definitions and outcome tested their validity in subgroups patients. Reducing risk after a minor stroke oxford neuroscience. A mini stroke is a warning! follow the conversation. In many cases the effects are somewhere in between these two extremes 4, read about stroke symptoms such as dizziness, sudden headache, weakness an arm or leg on same side, muscles of a silent is that does not have any outward associated with stroke, and types strokes include lacunar other ischemic minor hemorrhages. Let me remind you that these patients have a relatively high 21, we recruited who had tia or minor stroke within the previous 7 days. Whilst many people we interviewed had heard of stroke, not everyone 21, a mini also known as transient ischemic attack (tia) occurs when minor brain hemorrhage (small amount bleeding in the brain) tia, or attack, is 'mini stroke' and should be taken very seriously. Silent stroke wikipedia. They also include leukoaraiosis (changes in the. What is a major stroke? minor Ncbi. Previously, the extent to which these more minor 20. Minor stroke captured on video watch as it happens youtubeblood biomarkers in minor and transient ischemic attack dabigatran following initial evaluation management of information. One year risk of stroke after transient ischemic attack or minor strokes chest heart & scotland. It occurs when part of the brain experiences a temporary lack blood flow symptoms stroke also depend on how much tissue is deprived supply. Providence understanding of transient ischaemic attack (tia) and minor stroke ischemic symptoms, causes, treatment. What is a minor stroke? Ministroke or tia signs, symptoms, and treatments healthline. A tia is a temporary interruption of blood flow to p
Odds Ratio Explained - Chocolate Consumption and Cardiovascular Disease
 
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Critical Analysis is best learnt through applying the concepts to real research papers. In this video, Dr Sanil Rege takes you through a research paper that looks at the relationship between chocolate consumption and prevalence of CHD. Djoussé, Luc et al. “Chocolate Consumption Is Inversely Associated with Prevalent Coronary Heart Disease: The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Family Heart Study.” Clinical nutrition (Edinburgh, Scotland) 30.2 (2011): 182–187. PMC. Web. 15 Dec. 2015.
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Jeremy's story
 
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In this film, Jeremy recounts what happened the day he had his OHCA. He was a very fit person and was out on a routine 10 mile run, when he suddenly collapsed. It was totally unexpected, as he had no history of heart problems. He has no memory of what happened that day but has been told that a couple who happened to be driving by stopped to help. They phoned the emergency services and delivered call-assisted CPR until an ambulance arrived. Jeremy’s heart had stopped and he had to be shocked to start it beating again. As he had collapsed in a public place, nobody knew who Jeremy was. Once the ambulance left to take him to hospital, those who saw and helped at his cardiac arrest had no idea whether or not he had survived. This resource is from the Life After Cardiac Arrest website - https://lifeaftercardiacarrest.org This website provides support and information for those who have experienced an out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), their families and those who have been bereaved by OHCA. Copyright © Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland and The University of Edinburgh 2017 CC BY-NC-SA This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
Suncast: Hottest fashions, Cardiac Rehabilitation Program
 
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1. Cool Trends for Back to School: Rachel Briere has tips on this school year's hottest fashions. 2. Emerson Hosptial's Cardiac Rehabilitation Program: The new 12-week prevention course helps at-risk patients prevent heart disease and type II diabetes.
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Cardiac Rehabilitation Support Group
 
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The Cardiac Rehab Support Group educates and provided emotional support to cardiac patients and encourages them to take control of their own health. Read more about Cardiac Rehabilitation Volunteer Group here http://ttsh.com.sg/about-us/page.aspx?id=2742
Doctoring Data with Dr. Malcolm Kendrick
 
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Dr. Kendrick graduated from medical school in Aberdeen and trained as a General Practitioner in Scotland. After ten years he split his time between General Practice and education. On the doctor side, Malcolm currently lives and works in Cheshire in General Practice, Intermediate Care and Out of Hours. On the education side, Malcolm set up the on-line educational system for the European Society of Cardiology, working with the European Commission and also set up the first website for the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) in the UK. Malcolm is also an original member of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine in Oxford and of The International Network of Cholesterol Sceptics (THINCS). With the same brilliance and humour that bowled us over in "The Great Cholesterol Con", Dr Kendrick takes a scalpel to the world of medical research and dissects it for your inspection. ----- Join the discussion on the blog @ http://live.SmashTheFat.com/doctoring-data/ ----- Website & Blog - http://www.DrMalcolmKendrick.org Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/MalcolmKen Buy Doctoring Data via Amazon UK - http://www.SmashTheFat.com/DDUK Buy Doctoring Data via Amazon US - http://www.SmashTheFat.com/DDUS ------ Just want the audio? Subscribe to our podcast @ http://www.SmashTheFat.com/iTunes or http://SmashTheFat.PodBean.com ----- Visit http://www.SmashTheFat.com/blog to get more FREE workouts, recipes, headlines and interviews with health and fitness experts from around the world... ...plus start a low carb high fat diet by downloading The Lifestyle Diary for free @ http://www.SmashTheFat.com/lifestyle :)
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Cardiac Arrest Video
 
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shadetreecardiology@gmail.com A breakdown of what happens in cardiac arrest MUSIC: "Chest Pain Waltz" by Freak Kitchen
Heart attack - A Guide To Your Recovery 05
 
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Bill Paterson introduces patients and carers who describe their experience of heart attack, their recovery and share their feelings about the future.
Statins: How do they really work? Inflammation
 
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Most doctors prescribe statins to lower LDL (or "bad" cholesterol). However, that's probably not how statins prevent heart attacks and strokes. It's more likely due to an impact on cardiovascular inflammation. What is cardiovascular inflammation? Inflammation is similar whether it's causing arthritis, skin disease or inflammatory bowel disease: inflammation is the body's attempt to correct a problem. The immune system sends antibodies and immune cells. Immune cells release enzymes to "digest" tissue that should be there. In the artery wall, that tissue is plaque. Inflamed plaque is unstable. It can leak into the bloodstream and cause life-threatening clot formation. Ford Brewer is a physician that started as an Emergency Doctor. AFter seeing too many patients coming in dead from early heart attacks, he went to Johns Hopkins to learn Preventive Medicine. He went on the run the post-graduate training program (residency) in Preventive Medicine at Hopkins. From there, he made a career of practicing and managing preventive medicine and primary care clinics. His late role in this are was Chief Medical Officer for Premise, which has over 500 primary care/ prevention clinics. He was also the Chief Medical Officer for MDLIVE, the second largest telemedicine company. Now he's running a small start-up, Prevmed. We provide face-to-face heart attack and stroke prevention in our home location of Nashville, TN as well as several other locations. We also provide preventive medicine by telemedicine technology to over 30 states. fbrewer@prevmedheartrisk.com info@prevmedheartrisk.com prevmedheartrisk.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "A new test for heart attack/stroke risk; PULS - the test we've been seeking? unstable plaque test? " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nCofPbwa8A -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Heart Attack & Cardiac Rehabilitation
 
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http://www.uncommonhearts.com Having survived a heart attack and stent implantation in May 09, Henry gives a personal account of how cardiac rehabilitation and deliberate lifestyle changes helped bounce his life back to normal. As he insisted, having a positive mindset is key to rehabilitation.
Views: 955 Christine Ang
Cardiac rehab - supporting you after a heart attack
 
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Our cardiac rehabilitation service works to improve the success of making beneficial lifestyle changes, such as increased appropriate exercise, healthy eating and stopping smoking and we provide specialist emotional and psychological support, if needed, to develop coping strategies or to come to terms with what has happened. They aim to help the transition back to as full and normal life as possible.
Cardiac Rehabilitation at Rex Healthcare - Rex HealthBreak
 
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Successful recovery from a heart attack doesnt end when you leave the hospital. S. Wayne Smith, M.D. explains why rehabilitation is key.
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Heart & Stroke Campaign in Swift Current
 
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http://www.mylocaltv.ca/ The Heart and Stroke Foundation has a 29 day campaign this month challenging Canadians to help Make Death Wait. According to stats from the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Heart Disease and Stroke take 1 in 3 Canadians before their time and it is the number 1 killer of Women in Canada claiming for Female lives than all Cancers combined. Karla Rempel is the Program Specialist for the Saskatchewan South Region and encourages everyone to take a closer look at their diet, get regular exercise and quit smoking. These are three key areas that can help you in your fight against Heart Disease and Stroke. She further encourages you to take the Risk Assessment on line at www.heartandstroke.sk.ca
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Anaemia in cardiac impairment: results of retrospective observational study CARMES1
 
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Prof. Francesco Fedele - Full Professor of Cardiology Chief of Dept of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Disease University "Sapienza" of Rome
Yelawolf - American You
 
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Lifestyle habits: how to help our patients?
 
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By The International Chair on Cardiometabolic Risk. Dr. Lori Mosca discusses results and key aspects of the FIT Heart Study, a trial looking at healthy family members of patients hospitalized for an acute cardiovascular event. The study found that many family members were unaware of the fact that they had elevated cholesterol levels and high blood pressure. It helped identify individuals who are at risk of cardiovascular events. In a later segment, Dr. Jean-Pierre Després explains the results of the SYNERGIE study, which have shown that normalizing intra-abdominal (visceral) fat with a lifestyle intervention program, as opposed to normalizing body mass index, is the clinically relevant objective to normalize the cardiometabolic risk profile. Dr. Robert Ross and Dr. Luc Van Gaal conclude by reinforcing the notion that drug treatment is not the sole option available to address cardiometabolic risk abnormalities. The modification of lifestyle habits should also be encouraged to increase the success of therapy. They also suggest that the decrease in waist circumference should be the key outcome when evaluating the effectiveness of a treatment strategy.
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Our CPR video
 
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CARDIAC
 
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Heart Attack Rehabilitation
 
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The American College of Cardiology has guidelines for people who have suffered a heart attack. It's a "must view" if you or you know someone who has recently suffered a heart attack.
"Landmark Articles in Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia" by Paul Barash for OPENPediatrics
 
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In this video, Dr. Paul Barash, Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology at Yale Medical School discusses key examples of anesthesia literature relevant to pediatrics. Please visit: www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: openpediatrics@childrens.harvard.edu Please note: OPENPediatrics does not support nor control any related videos in the sidebar, these are placed by Youtube. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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The Cholesterol Conundrum - and Root Cause Solution
 
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A detailed analysis of Cholesterol Science using an Engineering Problem Solving approach. Included is a clear explanation of the Cholesterol Metabolic Processes, related Diseases, and most importantly a clear summary of the key risk factors and how they can be influenced by your genetic type and your dietary strategy. Please see Comment Section below for an index to the various content sections, so you can jump to the ones of most interest; for best understanding though, it should be watched sequentially. Produced for the benefit of all, and to encourage open scientific discourse on this important topic. Best Regards, Ivor.
Views: 94824 Ivor Cummins
University Health Matters - Cardiac Rehab
 
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At the University Medical Center, we give our cardiac rehab patients the tools to care for themselves.
10 Amazing Health Benefits Of Carrots by Odia Fitness
 
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Health Benefits Of Carrots Health benefits of carrots include the following: Prevent Heart Disease In a study meant to reveal the therapeutic value of carrots, researchers at the Wolfson Gastrointestinal Laboratory in Edinburgh, Scotland revealed that cholesterol level drops by an average of 11 percent if seven ounces of raw carrots per day are taken for three weeks. CarrotsHigh cholesterol is a major factor for heart disease. Since regular consumption of carrots reduces cholesterol levels, it is a good idea to consume a healthy dose of carrots, in order to prevent heart-related problems. A group of Swedish scientists discovered that these root vegetables can reduce the chances of having a heart attack. A study conducted at the Mario Negri Institute of Pharmacological Research in Italy found that those who ate more carrots had a 1/3rd risk of heart attack as compared with those who ate fewer carrots. Lower Blood Pressure Next time you start getting riled up about something and your blood begins to boil, eat a carrot! Carrots are rich sources of potassium, which is a vasodilator and can relax the tension in your blood vessels and arteries, thereby increasing blood flow and circulation, boosting organ function throughout the body and reducing the stress on the cardiovascular system. High blood pressure is also directly linked to atherosclerosis, strokes, and heart attacks, so this is yet another heart-healthy aspect of carrots! The coumarin found in them also has been linked to reducing hypertension and protecting your heart health! Also see Can Cats Eat Carrots? Carrot Juice: Amazing Benefits and Recipe Boost Immunity Carrots contain a number of antiseptic and antibacterial abilities that make it ideal for boosting the immune system. Not only that, they are a rich source of vitamin C, which stimulates the activity of white blood cells and is one of the most important elements in the human immune system. Help in Digestion Carrots, like most vegetables, have significant amounts of dietary fiber in those orange roots, and fiber is one of the most important elements in maintaining good digestive health. Fiber adds bulk to stool, which helps it pass smoothly through the digestive tract, and it also stimulates peristaltic motion and the secretion of gastric juices. Altogether, this reduces the severity of conditions like constipation and protects your colon and stomach from various serious illnesses, including colorectal cancer. Fiber also boosts heart health by helping to eliminate excess LDL cholesterol from the walls of arteries and blood vessels. Prevent Cancer Beta-carotene consumption has been linked to a reduced risk of several cancers, notably lung cancer. British researchers discovered that increasing beta-carotene consumption from 1.7 to 2.7 milligrams per day reduced lung cancer risk by more than 40 percent. The average carrot contains about three milligrams of beta-carotene. In a separate study, researchers found that eating fiber-rich carrots reduces the risk of colon cancer by as much as 24 percent. Another study shows that women who ate raw carrots were five to eight times less likely to develop breast cancer than women who did not. Further research into the application of both carrots and beta-carotene in relation to other forms of cancer is ongoing. Macular Degeneration This is a common eye disease of the elderly that impairs the function of the macula. Research has found that people who ate the most amount of beta-carotene had a forty percent lower risk of macular degeneration compared with those who consumed the least. Beta-carotene can also split itself via an enzymatic reaction to form provitamin A, which is often associated with antioxidant capacity in relation to vision. Therefore, carrots are an all-around vision booster. Also see 5 Incredible Benefits of Parsnips 5 Best Benefits of Galia Melons Improve Eyesight Deficiency of vitamin A can cause some difficulty seeing in dim light. Since carrots are rich in vitamin A, it is good for improving eyesight and preventing conditions like night blindness from developing as we age.Carrotsinfographic Improve Oral Health The organic compounds in carrots all by themselves are good for mineral antioxidants, but carrots also stimulate the gums and induce excess saliva. Saliva is an alkaline substance and combats the bacteria and foreign bodies that can often result in cavities, halitosis, and other oral health risks. Reduce the Risk Of Stroke Eating a carrot every day reduces the risk of stroke by 68%. Many studies have strengthened the belief in the “carrot effect” on the brain. Studies conducted on stroke patients revealed that those with highest levels of beta-carotene had the highest survival rate.
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Gajar ke Fayde | Health Benefits of Carrot in Urdu / Hindi
 
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10 amazing health benefits of carrots. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Health Disclaimer: The information on this channel is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. Most of the benefits of carrots can be attributed to their beta-carotene and fiber content. These root vegetables are also a good source of antioxidants. Furthermore, they are rich in vitamin A, C, K, and B8, as well as pantothenic acid, folate, potassium, iron, copper, and manganese. In a study meant to reveal the therapeutic value of carrots, researchers at the Wolfson Gastrointestinal Laboratory in Edinburgh, Scotland revealed that cholesterol level drops by an average of 11 percent if seven ounces of raw carrots per day are consumed for three weeks. High cholesterol is a major factor causing heart diseases. Since regular consumption of carrots reduces cholesterol levels, it is a good idea to consume a healthy dose of carrots, in order to prevent heart-related problems. A group of Swedish scientists discovered that these root vegetables can reduce the chances of having a heart attack. A study conducted at the Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research in Italy found that those who ate more carrots had a 1/3rd risk of heart attack as compared with those who ate fewer carrots. They are rich sources of potassium, which is a vasodilator and can relax the tension in your blood vessels and arteries, thereby increasing blood flow and circulation, boosting organ function throughout the body, and reducing the stress on the cardiovascular system. High blood pressure is directly linked to atherosclerosis, strokes, and heart attacks, so this is yet another heart-healthy aspect of carrots! The coumarin found in them also has been linked to reducing hypertension and protecting your heart health! Carrots contain a number of antiseptic and antibacterial abilities that make them ideal for boosting the immune system. Not only that, they are a rich source of vitamin C, which stimulates the activity of white blood cells and is one of the most important elements in the human immune system. Carrots, like most vegetables, have significant amounts of dietary fiber in those orange roots, and fiber is one of the most important elements in maintaining good digestive health. Fiber adds bulk to stool, which helps it pass smoothly through the digestive tract, and stimulates peristaltic motion and the secretion of gastric juices. Altogether, this reduces the severity of conditions like constipation and protects your colon and stomach from various serious illnesses, including colorectal cancer. Fiber also boosts heart health by helping to eliminate excess LDL cholesterol from the walls of arteries and blood vessels. Beta-carotene consumption has been linked to a reduced risk of several cancers, notably lung cancer. British researchers discovered that increasing beta-carotene consumption from 1.7 to 2.7 milligrams per day reduced lung cancer risk by more than 40 percent. An average carrot contains about three milligrams of beta-carotene. In a separate study, researchers found that eating fiber-rich carrots reduced the risk of colon cancer by as much as 24 percent. Another study shows that women who ate raw carrots were five to eight times less likely to develop breast cancer than women who did not. This is a common eye disease of the elderly that impairs the function of the macula. Research has found that people who ate the most amount of beta-carotene had a forty percent lower risk of macular degeneration compared with those who consumed the least. Beta-carotene can also split itself via an enzymatic reaction to form pro-vitamin A, which is often associated with antioxidant capacity in relation to vision. Therefore, carrots are an all-around vision booster. Deficiency of vitamin A can cause some difficulty seeing in dim light. Since carrots are rich in vitamin A, they are good for improving eyesight and preventing conditions like night blindness from developing as we age. The organic compounds in carrots are good mineral antioxidants and they also stimulate the gums and induce excess saliva. Saliva is an alkaline substance and combats the bacteria and foreign bodies that can often result in cavities, halitosis, and other oral health risks.
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UK study: Aspirin a day cuts cancer risk
 
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To some health news... A new study out of the UK says that an aspirin a day could keep cancer away. Researchers at The Queen Mary University of London say that taking an aspirin every day can reduce the risk of developing or dying from bowel or stomach cancers... by about 30-to- 40-percent. The results are from 200 studies, looking at the pros and cons of taking aspirin. The scientists say the benefits of aspirin will only show... after people, between the ages of 50-to-65... take a daily dose of 75-to- one hundred milligrams... for at least five, to ten years. Researchers, however, warn that taking aspirin long-term can increase the risk of negative side effects, like bleeding in the stomach.
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Pharmacogenomics - Howard McLeod (2016)
 
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BodyFit 360 Vol  2  DVD (Dance Conditioning workout)Intro
 
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Michelle Dozois, creator of the award winning Peak 10® Fat Loss System and the original BodyFIT 360 workout, is excited to share the 2nd volume of this popular dance conditioning workout. Drawing from her extensive background in dance, fitness and gymnastics, Michelle has created another cutting edge, bodyweight and dance-conditioning workout for those looking for a new and challenging way to feel strong, flexible, lean and fit. Michelle’s unique use of musical movement sequencing will help you groove, flow, jump and move in 360 degrees of motion. Each exercise series is carefully designed to increase your heart rate & burn calories while improving your overall strength and flexibility. You’ll finish feeling energized, balanced and centered while reshaping your body at the same time.
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Dr. Randall R. DeMartino - Vascular Surgery, Mayo Clinic
 
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Randall DeMartino, M.D., is a Vascular Surgeon at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. Learn more about Dr. DeMartino’s vascular surgery practice: http://www.mayoclinic.org/biographies/demartino-randall-r-m-d/bio-20089296?mc_id=us&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=sm&utm_content=video&utm_campaign=mayoclinic&geo=national&placementsite=enterprise&cauid=100504
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Is Aspirin Really That Good For You?
 
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Taking aspirin is recommended for a variety of medical conditions, but can aspirin really fix everything? Get a month’s worth of shaving supplies from Harry’s for just $10 by entering DNEWS at checkout! ►►►► http://hrys.co/dnews The Unexpected Side Effect of Ibuprofen ►►►► http://dne.ws/1J0DlIj Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://dne.ws/1McUJdm Read More: Aspirin 101 http://health.howstuffworks.com/medicine/medication/aspirin1.htm “The problem with these chemicals was that they upset the user's stomach fairly badly. In fact, some people had bleeding in their digestive tracts from the high doses of these chemicals needed to control pain and swelling.” Limit Use of Aspirin to Prevent Heart Attack, FDA Says http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2014-05-05/limit-use-of-aspirin-to-prevent-heart-attack-fda-says “Aspirin generally shouldn’t be used to prevent heart attacks or stroke for patients with no history of the disease, U.S. regulators said today.” ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguez Julia Wilde on Twitter https://twitter.com/julia_sci DNews on Facebook https://facebook.com/DiscoveryNews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com Download the TestTube App: http://testu.be/1ndmmMq Sign Up For The TestTube Mailing List: http://dne.ws/1McUJdm
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