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Mother Delivers Baby, Develops Heart Disease
Three weeks after delivering her first child, Amanda began to suffer from extreme fatigue, headaches, a tight chest and stomach pain.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Natural Male Enhancement Pills Are a Popular Option as Compared to Drugs - Help Cure ED Safely
Natural ED Pills are supposed to be safe and effective at the same time. Some of the best ones do not have any side effects and ensure quick results.
Program Helps Diabetics Manage Their Disease
Fremont Area Medical Center's Diabetes education program offers a one-day course to help those afflicted with diabetes to learn how to control the disease and lead a healthier, happier life.
Researchers pioneer revolutionary treatment to reduce disabilities in neonatal twins
The number of children suffering severe disabilities after treatment for a deadly condition affecting just over 10% of all identical twin pregnancies could be dramatically reduced after University of Birmingham researchers pioneered a new treatment, in collaboration with other experts in Europe, resulting in better outcomes for babies affected.
Heart Failure Tied to Insomnia Symptoms
Rates of insomnia symptoms such as struggling to get to sleep , waking frequently, or having poor quality sleep, are high among heart failure patients, at up to 73 percent.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Therapeutic Properties of Some Beverages and Their Impact on Weight Loss
Recent studies confirm that the phenomenon of fluid retention in the body if the public affects more women than men and more fake weight loss, caused by poor nutrition and eating a lot of salt and sodium.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Doctor Game -- This week, monumental photos to save your life
Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII, had the misfortune of losing her head.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Many treatments available for endometriosis
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, a time to bring attention to a disease that affects approximately 176 million women worldwide, including more than 8.5 million in North America.
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Rigel Announces Publication of R118 AMPK Activator Research
The publication, entitled "Exercise performance and peripheral vascular insufficiency improve with AMPK activation", provides strong preclinical evidence that R118 may be useful in treating peripheral artery disease , a chronic and progressive vascular disease effecting nearly 5% of the population over the age of 50, and related metabolic ... (more)
Reaction for Readers: Looking for a cure-all
WHEN USING topical products for the first time, test a small amount on a patch of skin to see how you react I have a four-year-old daughter.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Community Fundraisers: More than Shelter, Home
But it also needs to be liveable. And accessible. And those words mean something very different for a healthy, fully able-bodied person than they do for someone who must live with multiple disabling conditions all day, every day.
Two new ads featuring the late Gerry Collins to air today
The two HSE Quit ads are being broadcast, on the day of Mr Collins' burial, with the blessing of the Collins family.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Why we should all try to spend a lot less time on our bottoms
Sitting comfortably? You won't be after reading this: Cankles, constipation and even 'brain fog' - why we should all try to spend a lot less time on our bottoms With many of us chained to a desk for hours a day before heading home to slump in front of the telly, we're spending much of our time on our bottoms.
Right Versus Left Ventricular Failure: Differences, Similarities, and ...
From the Labatt Family Heart Center, Department of Paediatrics, Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.
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Researchers making treatment of rare blood disorder more affordable and effective
A University of Pennsylvania research team has defined a possible new way to fight a disease that is currently treatable only with the most expensive drug available for sale in the United States.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Device Interventions for Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation [Cardiology Patient Page]
The information contained in this Circulation Cardiology Patient Page is not a substitute for medical advice, and the American Heart Association recommends consultation with your doctor or healthcare professional.
White Coat Notes: Why use a wound-care physician?
At the Wound Care Center at Physicians Regional-Collier Boulevard, we care for individuals with wounds that have not healed for more than three weeks.
Vitamin B5 derivative may slash bad cholesterol by 11%: Study
Daily supplements containing branded pantethine ingredient Pantesin, a vitamin B5 derivative, may reduce LDL and total cholesterol by 11% and 6%, respectively, according to a new study.
Agreement Sets RAPIDFORCE as Master Distributor of Magister's Physio-Hybrid Shapes
Magister Corporation, a Tennessee-based manufacturer and supplier of rehabilitation and wellness products, has announced that it has signed a new agreement with RAPIDFORCE to become the master distributor for the company's new Physio-Hybrid Shapes.