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2 Simple Principles That Can Bring You A Heart-healthy Lifestyle
A heart-healthy lifestyle can be achieved by proper diet and moderate exercise. Two simple principles show how this can be done.

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8 Questions You Should Ask Your Doctor About Your Heart
You must have many questions to ask your doctors on how to maintain a healthy heart. This article highlights eight most commonly asked questions and typical answers from one of the many cardiologists.

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8 Tips To Lower Risks Of Heart Disease Starting From Young
Unhealthy foods and lifestyle have brought overweight or obesity to many children around the world. This will increase their chance of getting heart disease later on. However, research showed that coronary heart disease can be prevented from an early age...

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9 Yummy Foods That Can Harm Your Heart
Yummy foods are loved by people of all ages who are probably aware that these foods may pose some threats to their health. Here are 9 so called ‘junk foods' that are high in calories but low in nutritional content; they do contain fats, especially trans fats.

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10 Tips To Drive Away Stress
If you do have a healthy diet with moderate exercise, but you are constantly under stress, there is still a possibility that you will become a candidate of heart disease. But one may tell you this: in the present competitive world, how can you live without stress?

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A Long Hard Road To Weight Loss Part I
When Janet recalled her journey of weight losing, she could still feel the pain, malnourishment, dehydration and vomiting that she had experienced.

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A Long Hard Road To Weight Loss Part II
Janet was not really afraid of dying but she was concerned about her inability of taking care of her grandmother who was diagnosed with dementia.

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A Meal Without Salt Is Not A Meal
A meal without salt is not a meal. Do you agree with this proverb?

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A Simple Way To Understand Fats
"Don't take too much fats!" This is a piece of advice we used to get from people around us. Are all fats bad for us? Of course no! Nevertheless, before we can decide which fats we should take and which fats we should not take, it is better to understand the nature of fats and where they can be found in the foods we consumed.

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Are You Stressed? Watch Your Cholesterol Level!
Stress can lead to increased heart rate and weakened immune systems, and it can even raise cholesterol level. This is what recent research has found out.

 
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Can Needles Really Manage Your Weight?
Recently, a new way of weight loss solution has become popular using needles. What is this? Another sales gimmick? Not really! It is a technique used by TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) practitioners known as "Acupuncture".

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Can Risk Of Diabetes Be Reduced By Drinking More Coffee?
Numerous studies were conducted on effect of drinking coffee on heart disease, diabetes and other disease but no definite conclusion has been arrived so far.

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Can You Resist Eating What You See?
If you eat too much fattening food one day, can you be good and eat less the next day? The answer is probably no for most people.

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Chocolate Bar Can Make You And Your Heart Happy!
Is this some kind of joke? No, this is true because a small study conducted in 2005 by University of L'Aquila in Italy had found that dark chocolate (not milk chocolate) may help reduce blood pressure and boost body's ability to metabolize sugar from food.

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Dieting Of Mothers Can Harm Their Kids
As mother, your dieting habits can have a bad influence on your children, especially when your dieting is based on body image and not health. Some research indicates that youngsters learn attitude about dieting through observation. This means that some youngsters may develop an unhealthy fixation on body image.

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Do  Not Overlook Stress That Can Raise Risk Of Heart Disease!
A stressful life does seem to raise the odds of heart disease and stroke. Interestingly, strong link was found only among men.

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Eat For A Healthy Heart! Fill Up On Fiber!
Food that is bad for our body is usually tasty and vice versa. But if you wish to have a healthy heart, you probably have no choice but to follow some suggestions made by doctors and dietitians.

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Fit Is Simply Not Enough If You Are Fat!
Being fit but fat is simply not good enough. Excess weight can take years off your life, even if you get plenty of exercise.

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Healthy Foods In Orange Can Prevent Heart Disease Too!
Fruit and vegetables in bright orange can in fact help to boost our immune system as they contain beta carotene and bioflavonoids, which are essential in reducing the risk of cancer and heart disease. They also help maintain good eyesight and glowing skin.

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Healthy Foods In Purple Can Prevent Heart Disease
Purple vegetables or fruit can add color to a dish. They are beneficial to health as they are a good source of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and phyto-chemicals.

 
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Is Eating The Only Way To Gain Weight?
Heart disease could be developed as a result of over-weight or obesity, which is usually due to unhealthy diet, excessive eating, and lack of exercises. If I tell you that inadequate sleep for a long period of time, you will actually gain weight. Do you believe it?

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Is Egg Really Bad For Our Heart?
We are frequently advised by our doctors that if you have high cholesterol level, you should avoid taking any egg especially the egg yolk. So, most of us will equate taking egg yolk to having heart disease because a high cholesterol level will possibly raise the risk of heart disease. Such fear has been instilled in our mind for the last thirty years.

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Meditation Can Also Make Your Heart Happy!
Drugs cannot effectively reduce stress levels and should not be considered as the primary approach. A happy, spiritual or emotional heart is basically good medicine. Meditation is good for your heart.

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PCOS And Infection Can Also Cause Heart Disease
Heart disease can be caused by a number of risk factors, for example, high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, unhealthy diet and habits, laziness, obesity as well as some uncontrollable factors like family history of heart disease. Nevertheless, there are at least two other risk factors, namely PCOS and infection, that could also trigger heart disease or even heart attack.

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Salt Is A Poison That Can Lead To Heart Disease!
Salt is an essential part of our life. We need salt to make our foods tasty. So why salt is a poison? Please read on.....

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Should You Drink Coffee?
Is coffee really bad for our heart? This is a question that coffee lovers keep asking their doctors hoping to get an answer that can allow them to drink as much coffee as possible. It is also an issue that is continuously subject to debate over many years. Unfortunately, there is still no conclusive evidence on the connection between coffee (caffeine) and heart disease.

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The Two-side Story Of Fish Oil
Fish is a high-protein low-fat food containing omega-3 fatty acids that play an important role in reducing the risk of heart disease.

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Traditional Therapies Can Prevent Heart Disease Too!
It seems that these so called medicines (mainly from the West) could not either treat the diseases effectively or have side effects that have brought patients into another level of frustration.

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What Can Fizzy Drinks Contribute To Heart Disease?
Very few of us will consider these drinks to be healthy. But, how bad they are? Why are they bad for our health? Not too many of us can answer such questions.

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Why Salt Is Good For You Now?
Sodium has always been accused as the culprit responsible for high blood pressure. Recently, this “bad gut” has become a star when research shows that it may reduce risk of heart disease.

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