Tag : Diabetes

Can acute coronary syndrome be prevented?

A heart-healthy lifestyle can help prevent heart disease, which can lead to acute coronary syndrome. If you already have heart disease, a heart-healthy lifestyle along with medicine can help prevent a heart attack.

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Control your Risk Factors

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Control your Risk Factors

high blood pressure smoking high blood cholesterol lack of regular activity obesity or overweight diabetes age gender heredity (family health history) race previous stroke or heart attack

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Women & Atrial Fibrillation

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Women & Atrial Fibrillation

Have you ever felt your heart flutter, race or skip a beat? Most of us have at some point, But if this happens more frequently, you may have atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation (Afib) is a problem with the heart’s rhythm – the way it beats. When someone is “in Afib,” the heartbeats in a rapid, […]

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Heart Disease and Obesity in Women

Within 20 years, the percent of obese adult women has increased significantly: 1988-1994: 25.5% obese 2009-2012: 35.9% obese More than 50 million women are currently living with some form of cardiovascular disease. Millions of women are currently living with coronary heart disease (CHD). Heart disease is the leading cause of death of women.

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Heart Disease and Diabetes in Women

Your body gets most of its energy from glucose, a form of sugar that comes from some of the food you eat. If you have diabetes, it’s harder for your body to turn food into energy. That’s because the body either:

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