Slow Medicine for Heart Health

In the case of most illnesses, we have the opportunity to respond conventionally and/or holistically, so as to resolve the root problem and return to balance. In the case of…

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American Heart Association Emphasizes Dangers of Heart Attacks in Women

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in both women and men in the U.S., but women are often left out of conversations about heart health. Heart disease and…

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Sharecare Top 5: Fun Ways to Love Your Heart

Who doesn’t want to keep his or her heart in tiptop shape? You probably already know that exercising and eating a healthy diet can substantially reduce your risk of heart…

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Know Your Numbers, Do the Calculations, Talk to Your Doctor

The American College of Cardiology (ACC) and American Heart Association (AHA) announced cardiovascular disease (which includes coronary heart disease, stroke and peripheral arterial disease) prevention guidelines recently. There are differences…

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