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Benefits of Taking L-Arginine Supplements

Americans are struggling with high blood pressure and obesity. Over 30% of Americans have high blood pressure or are obese. There are several benefits of taking l-arginine supplements that can help with

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Lowering Salt Consumption to Lower Blood Pressure

Nearly 30% of American adults have high blood pressure. Additionally, the average American eats about 1,000 mg more salt than the recommended amount. Researchers and doctors suggest lowering salt consumption

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Getting Too Little Sleep Increases Risk of High Blood Pressure

Adults need 7-9 hours of sleep each night to give the body sufficient recovery time. In the U.S., about 35% of adults say that they get less than 6 hours per night. Researchers are finding more evidence

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Cardiologists Are Suggesting Relaxation for Better Heart Health

About 77% of Americans say that they regularly experience physical symptoms from stress. Cardiologists are suggesting relaxation for better heart health, along with a balanced diet and regular exercise.

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Go Red for Women and Raise Awareness

February is Heart Month, as presented by the American Heart Association, to bring awareness for heart disease. One day out of the month, they have a day to go red for women and raise awareness about the

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The Importance of Trace Minerals in L-Arginine Plus

L-Arginine Plus includes ingredients such as l-arginine and l-citrulline that help to increase the production of nitric oxide. The importance of trace minerals in L-arginine Plus should not get overlooked,

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Blood Pressure Guidelines Have Changed

Blood pressure levels are quite high in the United States, with one in three people suffering from it. Of those who have it, only half of them have it under control. People over 60 have twice the amount

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Recipes to Reduce Your Sodium This Winter

The winter months usually mean eating heavier, more savory foods that make us feel warm and full. Eating certain heartier foods can lead to eating too much sodium, which is bad for your heart. Here are

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Question & Answer with Dr. Vladimir Schwartsman, Prominent Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. Vladimir Schwartsman practiced orthopedic surgery for many years leading up to his active retired life as a skier and woodworker in Park City, Utah. Vladimir grew up in Russia and in his younger years

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Blood Pressure is on the Rise Worldwide

In the United States alone, one adult out of three has high blood pressure. Alarmingly, though, the number is even higher among people who are on the cusp of high blood pressure. The number of people with

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