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Acute Coronary Syndrome
Acute Coronary Syndrome or ACS is an umbrella term for conditions that bring sudden, reduced blood flow to the heart (e.g. Unstable angina, non ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction, and ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction) read more
5 Reasons Even Non-dancers Should Dance: What Science Says
Not all of us are dancers, but all of us can dance.... read more
5 Reasons Why Laughter is Good for Your Health
There is something utterly magical about laughing that makes it spellbinding: one moment you're wondering... read more
A Holiday at the ER?
Holidays are notorious for sending hordes of patients to the ER, for one reason or... read more
All About Cholesterol Metabolism
Overall, excess cholesterol in the blood may be deposited in the arteries. This leads to... read more
Dance Your Way to a Healthier (and Happier) Life!
I’m not a big believer in New Year’s Resolutions but last year, I decided to... read more
Five Common Illnesses Affecting Women
There are hundreds of diseases that can affect a person and lead to serious health... read more
Love Your Heart
The human heart is intrinsically associated with love.... read more
Maintenance Meds
If your high blood pressure can be caught in its mildest stage, and you happen... read more
Putting the Pieces Together: How to Achieve Work-Life Balance
Nancy is a mother of three and a telemarketer.... read more
The Link Between Oral Health and Heart Disease
In the last few years, much has been written about the connection between the mouth... read more
The Low-down on High Blood
We are now in the midst of the summer months, so expect a lot of... read more
The Power of Singing in the Shower
All of us have sung our hearts out while taking a bath.... read more
What's New in Hypertension?
The science of treating high blood pressure is ever growing... read more
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