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9 Dec 2017
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Is your home in need of some color therapy? Color is the very essence of home décor, like brush strokes to a blank canvas. Not only will it dazzle your home, but it just might leverage a certain emotion. Select your home accents to reflect an emotion that is both in sync with your personality & design style.
21 Nov 2017
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How to Live With is coronary heart disease the same as coronary artery disease Coronary artery disease is characterized by damage to the arteries that feed blood to the heart. In severe cases, plaque builds up on the walls of the arteries, blocking blood flow to the heart muscle, which causes a heart attack. Coronary artery disease can also cause other heart and circulatory diseases including angina, congestive heart failure and even stroke. Coronary artery disease is a permanent condition as the damage to the arteries is irreversible. However, with medical intervention and lifestyle changes you can prevent further damage and live a productive life with coronary artery disease Method 1 Maintaining Heart Health: 1 Eat a healthy, well-rounded diet. Consume a diet high in fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains in order to ensure your overall health. It’s especially important to avoid foods high in saturated fats. Your physician can help you with meal planning or refer you to a dietitian for additional assistance. Choose lean sources of protein, such as chicken breast and fish that provide a healthy source of energy and help to build muscle mass. Use healthy, monounsaturated fats, such as olive oil and fish oil, in place of saturated fats like butter and lard to reduce added health risk when cooking healthy foods 2 Exercise regularly. When your doctor approves, it’s important to work your way up to at least 2.5 hours a week of moderate intensity exercise. Walking is one of the best ways to move at your own pace, and begin to improve heart health. Start with short intervals, and increase the amount of time spent exercising as you feel able 3 Quit smoking and other tobacco use. If you have difficulty quitting, consider a smoking cessation program, prescription medication, or joining a support group
23 Nov 2017
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Why Do You Need First Aid Training? Whether you are in an office or home, your employee or family might need medical attention. Most people tend to panic if someone gets injured or needs medical attention. In order to be prepared for this situation you need to take first aid training. Organizations which provide first aid training follow rules set by the OSHA. OSHA stands For Occupational Safety and Health Administration. 25% of emergency room visits can be avoided by providing basic first aid. 13% of workplace deaths occur due to sudden cardiac arrest. Benefits of Learning Basic First Aid It helps your workplace meet with health and safety standards. Most first aid training courses include only one day training sessions. It will help you stay calm and provide medical assistance. Initial medical assistance will help the patient and avoid further complication. In some cases they can help save a person’s life. Types of First Aid Training Courses Basic First Aid First Aid Refresher Pre-Hospital Emergency Course Construction Worker’s Refresher Child’s First Aid Basic Life Support AED Operation A Basic first aid course covers the treatment of Broken bones Dislocations Cardiac arrest Burns Soft tissue injury Stroke Seizures Bleeding Asthma First aid training course teaches you treat sudden cardiac arrests by Performing cardio pulmonary resuscitation. Operation of an automated external defibrillator. Using respirators. Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Training This training benefits lifeguards, ski patrollers, policemen and ambulance operators. It includes: Scene Management Patient Assessment Using Adjunct Airways How to Operate Respiratory Support Devices. Treating Trauma Addressing Medical Conditions. Administering Oxygen Moving Patients Visit yellowpages-uae com to contact First Aid Training Centers in UAE i e at http://www yellowpages-uae com/uae/first-aid-training
24 Nov 2017
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How to Lower Arterial Cholesterol test for plaque buildup in arteries HD Some sources of cholesterol raise your high-density lipoprotein HDL, or "good" cholesterol levels, while others raise your low-density lipoprotein LDL, or "bad" cholesterol levels. Elevated LDL cholesterol levels can cause atherosclerosis, a condition in which cholesterol accumulates in the arteries and prevents the flow of oxygen-rich blood throughout the body. Arterial cholesterol levels accumulate over time, and certain lifestyle factors can increase the severity and the rate of accumulation. High cholesterol levels can lead to heart disease and stroke, two of the most common causes of death in America. Learning how to lower your cholesterol can reduce your chances of developing heart disease and can help you live a healthier and longer life
24 Nov 2017
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How to Lower Diastolic causes of high diastolic blood pressure normal systolic Diastolic blood pressure is the amount of pressure in your arteries when your heart rests between beats. A normal, healthy diastolic blood pressure should be between 70 and 80 mmHg, while diastolic blood pressure numbers of 90 and higher can increase your risk for heart attack, stroke, and other health problems. Your diastolic blood pressure can be lowered in the same way your systolic blood pressure is lowered: by practicing a series of healthy diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes, and in some cases, by using medical treatments. 1 Following a Heart-Healthy Diet 1 Eat a diet comprised of healthy whole foods. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, legumes, low-fat dairy products, and foods high in potassium naturally help improve heart health and lower diastolic blood pressure. Start consuming more whole foods, and cut back on foods that are processed and high in sugar and fat. On a daily basis, try to get 6 to 8 servings of whole grains (1 slice of bread is one serving), 4 to 5 servings of vegetables (½ cup cooked veggies is one serving), and 4 to 5 servings of fruits (½ cup fruit juice is one serving).[1] You should also aim for 2 to 3 servings of dairy (1 cup fat-free milk is one serving), 6 servings or fewer of lean meat/poultry/fish (3 oz. of cooked meat is one serving), and 4 to 5 servings of nuts/seeds/legumes per day (2 tbsp peanut butter is one serving) per day.[2] Limit your consumption of sweets to 5 servings or fewer per week.[3] Foods rich in potassium can help balance out the effect of sodium, so consider eating more potassium-rich fruits and vegetables in particular, including oranges, avocados, beans, greens, potatoes, and tomatoes
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How to Prevent Atherosclerosis peripheral atherosclerosis diseases Atherosclerosis is a condition caused by the blocking and clogging of several arteries in the body as a result of excessive cholesterol, calcium and other substances that form plaque. In some cases, atherosclerosis will lead to the blocking of major arteries leading to the heart, resulting in coronary artery disease, triggering chest pains or causing heart attacks. When arteries to your brain are blocked, you may suffer from a stroke or an aneurysm. Since atherosclerosis can lead to these major health risks, preventing atherosclerosis is important to sustain the overall quality of your life. Atherosclerosis can be prevented by lowering your weight, your LDL cholesterol levels, and high blood pressure. Continue reading to learn more about how to prevent atherosclerosis.
24 Nov 2017
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How to Prevent peripheral atherosclerosis Arteries|arteriosclerotic coronary artery disease The hardening of the arteries, or atherosclerosis, is a cardiovascular disease in which the innermost layer of the artery thickens and attracts deposits of fat or plaque. Over time, plaque eventually protrudes into the artery and interferes with blood flow. Sometimes, it breaks off into the bloodstream and causes heart attack, stroke, or serious blockage in the lungs, kidneys, or legs. Make no mistake: atherosclerosis is a life-threatening disease. However, you can take steps to prevent it by treating the most commonly associated factors, including smoking, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.
24 Nov 2017
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How to Treat Polycythemia Vera interferon polycythemia vera Polycythemia vera (PV) is a type of slow-growing blood cancer. If you have polycythemia vera, your body makes too many red blood cells which can cause complications like blood clots, which can cause stroke and heart attack. Treatment for PV is different than most typical cancer treatments — because the progression is so slow, it is managed more like a chronic disease. While there is no cure for PV, treatment can help you manage symptoms.[1] If you have polycythemia vera, talk to your doctor about treatment options. Things like aspirin and prescription medication can help you manage symptoms. You can also treat symptoms at home by staying hydrated and avoiding extreme temperatures.
28 Nov 2017
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C unit has his beard stroked by the young lad who enjoyed singing his version of the Irish anthem. Young lad was in awe of C units fine growth and cannot wait one day to emulate him.
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You can achieve rich colors blending in just single stroke. Watch upcoming how to draw rock ,stone in one stroke
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www.heartandstroke.ca/lottery - The Heart&Stroke Lottery is back with BIG PRIZES! BIG CHOICE! There are 3 Million Dollar Grand Prizes; you can choose the CASH or the COTTAGE package. Plus more than 50,000 CASH & CAR prizes to win.
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