Broken Hearts and Stress

Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher. Spouses dying within hours or days of each other. People who are diagnosed with a terminal illness or suddenly pass on ‘out of the blue’, shortly after retirement from a lengthy career. Your visit to the doctor’s office, and associating ‘white coat syndrome’ sends your blood pressure increasing far beyond…



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Herbal Collective FebMarch’15-heart health, herbal aphrodisiacs and antibiotics

[joomag width=420 height=272 title=the-herbal-collective-febmarch-15 magazineId=0525440001423161092 backgroundImage=%2F%2Fwww.joomag.com%2Fstatic%2Fflash%2Fgui%2Fthemes%2Fdefault%2Fbg.jpg ] Discover how important Vitamin C and lysine are in preventing and treating heart disease as well as making coronary arteries more pliable> This issue features an interview and lecture by Dr. Gifford-Jones, MD, who is a medical journalist, author of 7 books and syndicated columnist in 70 Canadian…



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The ‘Perfect Storm’ of Heart Disease

By Marilyn Zink Happy New Year! Well, have you made your New Year’s resolutions yet? Do you want to lose weight, exercise more or just try to eat healthier? Maybe its all of the above. They’re all important. Here’s the thing. More people are suffering from heart disease from a wide demographic than ever before.…



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How To Be Heart Healthy

By Lorene Benoit Men often are not as concerned about their everyday health, but are definitely concerned when it comes to heart. This is likely due to the fact that heart disease for years has been ranked as the number one cause of death for men in North America. Women, on the other hand, tend…



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