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14 Jan 2010
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For more info visit www.newsinfusion**** For the first time, the American Heart Association has defined “ideal cardiovascular health,” identifying seven health factors and lifestyle behaviors that support heart health. The association created the definition as part of its effort to achieve its new national goal: By 2020, to improve the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20 percent while reducing deaths from cardiovascular diseases and stroke by 20 percent. The novel focus of the new goal will be preventing heart disease and stroke, most notably by helping people identify and adopt healthier lifestyle choices. This will be the first time the American Heart Association has adopted better health as a principle goal. In a recent survey of adult Americans, the association found 39 percent said they thought they had ideal heart health; however, 54 percent of those (and 70 percent of all respondents) said a health professional had told them they had a risk factor for heart disease and/or needed to make a lifestyle change to improve their heart health. These findings indicate most people don’t associate important risk factors, such as poor diet and physical inactivity, with cardiovascular disease. “To date, there has been great success in reducing disability and death from heart disease and stroke in part through aggressive improvements in the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases and in limited uptake of measures to prevent heart disease and stroke,” said Clyde W. Yancy, M.D., American Heart Association president. “We achieved our 2010 goal of reducing death by heart disease and stroke by 25 percent — earlier and by a wider margin than we had targeted. However, too many people continue to have unrelenting exposure to known important risk factors for heart disease and stroke to the point that we are likely to begin seeing an increase in these diseases — and at an earlier age. That is a cause for alarm and a trend we need to stop now.” In a scientific statement published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, the association described seven health factors and lifestyle behaviors that can affect optimal cardiovascular health. Improvements in these areas can greatly impact quality of life and life span, as well as dramatically reduce the financial burden of the Medicare-eligible population, said Donald M. Lloyd-Jones, M.D., Sc.M., lead author of the statement. For the 2020 impact goal, the association categorizes cardiovascular health as poor, intermediate or ideal — depending on where people are in each of the seven areas. While the metrics for children vary based on pediatric recommendations and guidelines, ideal cardiovascular health for adults is defined by the presence of these seven health measures, known as Life’s Simple 7
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*******www.chiropractor-camarillo****/ Can there be risk factors for back pain? And, if there are, what can I do to keep myself healthy and well? Your chiropractor can help answer these questions and more.
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*******www.chiropractorsanclemente**** Are there such a things as risk factors for back pain? And, if there are, what can I do to keep myself healthy and well? Your chiropractor can help answer these questions and more.
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*******www.ZapFat2**** Ephedra Diet Pills are Back in 100 mg capsules! Get More BANG for Your BUCK! Contact Sally Puckett *******www.ZapFat.info EPHEDRA In 2004, the Food and Drug Administration banned the sale of ephedrine alkaloids in dietary supplements. Some species of the Ephedra plant contain ephedrine alkaloids. The banned ephedrine alkaloids present in the "old" Ephedra products were NON-SELECTIVE, beta agonists. This meant they fired all the Neuro and Cardiovascular receptors in your body. By "Neuro" we mean brain function, and by "Cardiovascular", we refer to heart rate and blood pressure. There is a new Ephedra Diet Supplement that contains Real Ephedra without any of the banned alkaloids. This new Ephedra Diet Supplement is effective because it uses Octopamine, a SELECTIVE agonist that doesn't affect the "Cardiovascular" or heart rate/blood pressure functions. This Ephedra Diet Supplement was created to provide the same metabolic and weight-loss effects of the old Ephedra, without any of the negative side effects. NEW EPHEDRA DIET SUPPLEMENTS POLYPHASIC SYSTEM PolyPhasic quite literally means: many phases". The most important of which are 1) Energy, 2) Mood and Mental Focus, and 3) Health and Weight-loss. Einstein once said, Nothing happens... until something moves! And with this new Ephedra Diet Supplement, it all starts with energy... an immediate and sustainable, focused energy. Mood and Mental Focus are critical whether it be at the office or during a workout. How often have you said: I'm just not in the mood to workout? With this new Ephedra Diet Supplement, your mind will be clear and your concentration unequaled, producing the energy you need for powerful workouts. The results and the testimonials prove it! And finally, this new Ephedra Diet Supplement produces healthy weight-loss through appetite control and true fat-burning metabolism. HOW THEY MAKE THEIR EPHEDRA DIET SUPPLEMENTS & THE ACTIVE INGREDIENTS The Ephedra Diet Supplements are produced with an exclusive, 2-step process. First, they combine raw Green Tea leaf with a Proprietary sub-section of the Ephedra plant. This unique blend is then precisely heated to a specific temperature, releasing all of the natural organic and bio-active components contained in these two potent herbal compounds. In addition to the incredible Energy, Mental Focus and Weight-Control properties mentioned above, this natural concentrate-base of the Ephedra Diet Supplement contains powerful anti-oxidants to help with cellular stress, and combat free-radicals, lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure and strengthen the immune system. The second step in the process, is to add the following active ingredients to the concentrate-base to complete this highly functional supplement: •Quercetin, a water-soluble flavonoid, present in many fruits and vegetables. Along with its potent anti-oxidant properties, Quercetin helps with vasodilation, or in lay terms; opens up blood flow for circulation, which also makes it an excellent anti-inflammatory. •Yohimbine, like Quercetin, helps with circulation as well. But more important, it elevates mood, to reduce anxiety and depression. In this new Ephedra Diet Supplement, Yohimbine is an integral component for Thermogenesis (fat burning). •They also use Niacin. Like all B-vitamins, niacin plays a key role in many aspects of creating energy within the body as well as central nervous system function and support. •This Ephedra Diet Supplement uses a very unique active called Trimethylglycine or TMG. An important Co-factor, TMG plays many key biochemical roles in the human body. It's an Osmolyte, which means it protects against dehydration and other types of stress. TMG is also a Methyl donor, making it important for many cellular functions including enhanced fat metabolism. And perhaps most important, this natural ingredient reduces homocysteine, a known risk factor for heart disease. •This Ephedra Diet Supplement wouldn't be complete without Caffeine which sets up the Ephedra and acts as a natural catalyst for the other active components. One serving of this new Ephedra Diet Supplement contains NO SUGAR and ZERO CALORIES, comes in liquid and capsules. These Ephedra Diet Supplements are an amazing and effective supplement to assist ones overall health and wellness plan! Sally Puckett (619) 697-9271 San Diego, California ZapFat2**** ZapFat.info
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*******www.ebariatricsurgery****/ Bariatric surgery is performed on the stomach and intestine causing a reduction of the patient's food intake. Results from bariatric surgery are significant long-term weight loss, recovery from diabetes, improvement in cardiovascular risk factors, and a reduction in mortality. Visit our website for more info!
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For more info visit newsinfusion**** May is High Blood Pressure Awareness Month DALLAS —High blood pressure, or HBP, is a major risk factor for heart attack, stroke, heart failure and kidney failure. The longer it’s left untreated, the more serious its complications can become. That’s why you need to know the ABCs of HBP: ♥ Assess your numbers. ♥ Beware of the risk factors. ♥ Create a plan for monitoring and managing your blood pressure. Assess your numbers The first step in preventing and controlling high blood pressure is to be informed. The best way to know if you have high blood pressure is to have it checked by a healthcare professional. The test is simple and the results are important. A normal blood pressure reading should be less than 120/80 mm Hg (less than 120 systolic AND less than 80 diastolic) for an adult age 20 or over. Beware of the risk factors Several health factors — such as family history, increasing age, unhealthy diet and excess weight — can increase your risk for HBP. The American Heart Association’s high blood pressure Web site — www.heart****/hbp — explains how certain health factors can play an important role in your blood pressure health. You can also assess your risk for high blood pressure with our Blood Pressure Risk Calculator and learn how blood pressure affects your risk for heart attack, stroke, heart failure and kidney disease. Create a plan for monitoring and managing your blood pressure. There is no cure for high blood pressure, but the good news is that the condition is manageable — and eight out of 10 people know it, according to a recent American Heart Association survey of 500 people with high blood pressure. About 75 percent of those surveyed monitor their condition outside their doctor’s office, but only about 40 percent keep track of their levels by logging them on paper, or keeping a record of their readings online. It’s important to monitor your blood pressure at home because it can fluctuate. Share those readings with your healthcare provider to determine whether you have high blood pressure and, if you do, what treatment plan is best for you.
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A recent study focused on if being treated for cancer as a child, puts you at a higher risk for heart disease later in life. The study found survivors of pediatric cancer are at greater risk for high cholesterol, diabetes and high blood pressure. The study also points to radiation treatments for childhood cancers as the reason behind the acceleration in the aging process. The childhood cancer survivors were dealing with heart disease risk factors that someone with a healthy childhood might not face for another 20 to 30 years.
18 May 2010
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Last November, the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force issued a set of recommendations that said many women under 50 might not get much benefit from annual mammograms. Clinicians, breast cancer activists and members of the public were outraged and reacted by criticizing the findings and calling for legislation to require health care insurance coverage for annual exams. What the report says, based on the latest evidence, is that women younger that 50 who don't have any special risk factors for breast cancer should talk with their doctors about how often to get mammograms. The task force makes that recommendation because it says that while mammograms can detect some early tumors, the scans aren't as effective in younger women as they are in older women, and they also expose women to radiation as well as follow-up exams, anxiety and even surgery that may be unnecessary. The panel also confirmed that there is no reliable evidence that breast self-exams save lives. Who are the experts that make up the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force? They are a collection of private sector experts in prevention and primary care commissioned by a federal agency. They rely on research generated from a dozen evidence-based practice centers located throughout the country. The task force issues summaries of medical evidence; it is up to others to decide whether and how the use that evidence. But many people feared that the report might affect their medical insurance coverage.
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Erectile dysfunction makes for a lot of cheesy commercials and frustrating situations in the bedroom. But, romantic failure may not be the most serious thing to worry about. A new study from the New England Research Institutes shows men with erectile dysfunction are 40% more likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease (CVD). It makes sense that erectile dysfunction and heart disease might be connected because they both have to do with how well blood vessels are working. A number of studies have made this connection. What the researchers of the latest study wanted to find out was whether erectile dysfunction might improve the accuracy of risk predictions based on traditional risk factors such as smoking, high blood pressure, and family history. They calculated heart disease risk factors for over a thousand middle-aged and older men. The results? While erectile dysfunction did point to increased heart disease risk, it didn't make predictions any more precise than the usual methods. That's frustrating because many men fall into a middle range of risk so it's hard for doctors to pick out the ones who would really benefit the most from aggressive measures to reduce the chance of CVD. Although the researchers were disappointed that adding erectile dysfunction to heart disease risk formulas didn't help them predict the future any more clearly, they say knowing about trouble in the bedroom might still help save lives.
2 Jun 2010
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*******www.mditv**** -- A time may be coming when medication isn't the default treatment for high cholesterol. A study from the University of Michigan encourages physicians to look at several factors before prescribing statins, and suggests that knowing a person's overall heart attack risk is more important than just knowing their cholesterol level. "LDL cholesterol alone explains just nine percent of an individual's risk of cardiovascular events, and sufficient attention is not given to the remaining 91 percent," says Dr. Rodney Hayward, lead researcher of the study. The study, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, worked with more than four thousand patients and calls this approach of looking at a patient's overall heart attack risk "tailored treatment". In this type of treatment, if high cholesterol was a young patient's only risk factor, changes in diet and exercise would be considered better options than medication. This is thought to improve a patient's quality of life because statins can have unpleasant side effects like muscle aches as well as affects on the liver.
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*******www.mditv**** -- We often hear about the health benefits of lowering our blood pressure and cholesterol levels, as well as other risk factors for heart attack. But not everyone with high cholesterol suffers a heart attack, and lots of people with low cholesterol do. Heart attacks are the life-changing events you want to pay attention to, whereas cholesterol and blood pressure are simply risk factors. Yet, we often hear about medical studies reporting a certain drug or other intervention lowering cholesterol or blood pressure. These results are often called intermediate or surrogate endpoints. They are milestones along the way to real health outcomes, not the final destination. Putting too much stock in intermediate outcomes can sometimes fool us.
24 Jun 2010
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Like all businesses, penny stocks, too, carry risks. But risk factors cannot be considered as a reason for prudential investors like me for not investing in them. *******www.pennyinvest****/
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What is Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)? *******www.footandanklecare**** Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D) is a serious circulatory condition where clogged or narrowed arteries cause poor circulation to the arms, legs, brain or kidneys. It occurs most often in the lower extremities, causing decreased blood flow to the legs and feet. Just like buildup in the heart, clogged arteries in the lower extremities can cause stroke or heart attack. Over 10 million Americans have P.A.D. and, left untreated, P.A.D. is fatal 30% of the time within a five-year period.* Fortunately, today there is a non-invasive technology that can determine the presence of P.A.D. PADnet + is a P.A.D. test that can be completed in 15-20 minutes during a regular office visit. For patients with increased risk factors, including those being 50 years of age or older with a history of diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or smoking, being informed about this arterial disease is especially essential. Leg pain and discoloration of the toes or feet are possible symptoms of P.A.D. It is important to note, however, that many people with P.A.D. do not experience any symptoms. Testing can help determine if you have P.A.D. and whether medical or surgical treatment is necessary.
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Australia is suffering a population health crisis. Cancer, Heart Disease, Type II Diabetes, Obesity and Stroke rates are all dramatically rising. Team JP Wellness Partners are leading a change. Providing education around Australia and internationally on the simple diet and lifestyle risk factors that can be altered to ensure that you reduce your risk of these disease conditions, Team JP is making a difference. Our team of passionate and enthusiastic health and fitness professionals take pride in showing you how to get the nutrition you need to make a great difference to your health and how just 30 minutes of exercise 5 times a week will reduce your disease risk factors and help you to live a longer, healthier, and happier life!
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