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High Blood Pressure Rates Are Rising

High blood pressure affects 30% of adult Americans. While that number is dropping, high blood pressure rates are rising in middle to low income countries, according to a recent study. High Blood Pressure

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Whole Grains and Your Heart

Eating a heart-healthy diet means that you need to incorporate whole grains, like rice and breads. One study showed that whole grains and your heart health are directly correlated. Whole Grains vs. Refined

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L-Arginine Pills vs. Powder

L-arginine supplements come in either pill or powder form. One of the questions that many people have is “Which is better?” L-arginine pills vs. powder pills will both show results, but they

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Preventing Your Blood Pressure From Continuing to Rise

You may already have high blood pressure or even hypertension or prehypertension. Preventing your blood pressure from continuing to rise is imperative to your overall heart health and longevity. Preventing

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Key Lifestyle Changes for Better Blood Pressure, Cholesterol and Heart Health

It’s the small things in life that make a big difference in the long run for our health. Key lifestyle changes for better blood pressure, cholesterol and heart health can help ensure a long life with

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Self-Care for Better Heart Health

Heart health begins with you. It’s that simple and straightforward. Your decisions, habits, and actions largely determine your health. Having self-care for better heart health is always worth the small

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Your Teeth and Your Heart, Is there a Connection?

It’s no mystery that eating greasy, fatty foods and not exercising can be damaging to your heart. But what about your oral hygiene? Your teeth and your heart, is there a connection? Oral Hygiene Good

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Sleep and Cholesterol

Cholesterol can lead to serious health issues like strokes, heart attack, and heart disease. A new study suggests that sleep and cholesterol are directly correlated–not just dieting and exercise.

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Sugar and Your Cholesterol: What Do They Mean for Your Health?

Approximately 73.5 million, or 30%, of adults in the United States have high cholesterol. Cholesterol is generally caused by eating too many sweets and unhealthy foods, not exercising, and genetics. Researchers

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Best Apps for Your Heart’s Health

With the rise of fitness trackers, smart watches, and health apps came a new wave of inspiration to try harder to be healthier. Most likely because it’s easier now to track your caloric intake, calories

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