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Tammy_blackmedia cover of The Strokes - Someday recorded and clipt by SvenskaVargen
16 Aug 2017
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Our client wanted to fill her eyebrows for a more fuller natural look so kerry did hair strokes for a natural look for our client. Keeping the colour very close to her natural colour also.
19 Jul 2017
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Watch this video of Paras Hospital Patna in which Dr. Zarin Rahman, Senior Consultant- Gynaecology, Paras HMRI Hospital Patna on the occasion of International Women's Health Day is giving Tips on Health and Fitness to Women. Dr Zarin says that Diabetes, Heart Disease, Hypertension and Stroke are most prevalent in women but it can be prevented.
22 Jul 2017
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Watch this video of Paras Hospital Gurgaon in which Dr. Kuldeep Arora, Sr. Consultant – Interventional Cardiology, Paras Hospitals Gurgaon on the occasion of World Hypertension Day is talking about High Blood Pressure. Dr. Kuldeep says that Hypertension can affect multiple organs of the body and also lead to organ failures, heart disease and stroke.
24 Jul 2017
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www angioclear com What Causes Narrowing Of The Arteries - Does High Cholesterol Causes Narrowing Of The Arteries? Hardening of the arteries often occurs with aging. As you grow older, plaque buildup narrows your arteries and makes them stiffer. These changes make it harder for blood to flow through them. Clots may form in these narrowed arteries and block blood flow. Pieces of plaque can also break off and move to smaller blood vessels, blocking them. These blockages starve tissues of blood and oxygen. This can result in damage or tissue death. It is a common cause of heart attack and stroke. High blood cholesterol levels can cause hardening of the arteries at a younger age. For many people, high cholesterol levels are due to a diet that is too high in saturated fats and trans fats. Other factors that can contribute to hardening of the arteries include: Diabetes Family history of hardening of the arteries High blood pressure Lack of exercise Being overweight or obese Smoking
24 Jul 2017
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www angioclear com Can You Have Clogged Arteries With Normal Blood Pressure? Hypertension can cause atherosclerosis and atherosclerosis causes high blood pressure. Whilst they are different conditions, the prevention and natural treatment for each of them is similar. The relationship between atherosclerosis and hypertension Atherosclerosis affects the smooth muscles inside of the arteries causing them to lose elasticity. The arteries also become narrowed or blocked. This constricts the blood flow and raises blood pressure. Hypertension is a symptom of something wrong inside our bodies. The development of atherosclerosis is thought to begin with damage being caused to endothelial cells or surface cells lining the inside of our arteries. The smooth muscles are underneath the endothelial cells. There are several factors that can cause endothelial damage, one of which is hypertension which is... A risk fact or heart disease, heart attack and strokes.
24 Jul 2017
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www angioclear com Can You Have Clogged Arteries With Normal Blood Pressure? Hypertension can cause atherosclerosis and atherosclerosis causes high blood pressure. Whilst they are different conditions, the prevention and natural treatment for each of them is similar. The relationship between atherosclerosis and hypertension Atherosclerosis affects the smooth muscles inside of the arteries causing them to lose elasticity. The arteries also become narrowed or blocked. This constricts the blood flow and raises blood pressure. Hypertension is a symptom of something wrong inside our bodies. The development of atherosclerosis is thought to begin with damage being caused to endothelial cells or surface cells lining the inside of our arteries. The smooth muscles are underneath the endothelial cells. There are several factors that can cause endothelial damage, one of which is hypertension which is... A risk fact or heart disease, heart attack and strokes.
24 Jul 2017
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www angioclear com Can You Have Clogged Arteries With Normal Blood Pressure? Hypertension can cause atherosclerosis and atherosclerosis causes high blood pressure. Whilst they are different conditions, the prevention and natural treatment for each of them is similar. The relationship between atherosclerosis and hypertension Atherosclerosis affects the smooth muscles inside of the arteries causing them to lose elasticity. The arteries also become narrowed or blocked. This constricts the blood flow and raises blood pressure. Hypertension is a symptom of something wrong inside our bodies. The development of atherosclerosis is thought to begin with damage being caused to endothelial cells or surface cells lining the inside of our arteries. The smooth muscles are underneath the endothelial cells. There are several factors that can cause endothelial damage, one of which is hypertension which is... A risk fact or heart disease, heart attack and strokes.
24 Jul 2017
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www angioclear com Can You Have Clogged Arteries With Normal Blood Pressure? Hypertension can cause atherosclerosis and atherosclerosis causes high blood pressure. Whilst they are different conditions, the prevention and natural treatment for each of them is similar. The relationship between atherosclerosis and hypertension Atherosclerosis affects the smooth muscles inside of the arteries causing them to lose elasticity. The arteries also become narrowed or blocked. This constricts the blood flow and raises blood pressure. Hypertension is a symptom of something wrong inside our bodies. The development of atherosclerosis is thought to begin with damage being caused to endothelial cells or surface cells lining the inside of our arteries. The smooth muscles are underneath the endothelial cells. There are several factors that can cause endothelial damage, one of which is hypertension which is... A risk fact or heart disease, heart attack and strokes.
24 Jul 2017
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www angioclear com Can You Have Clogged Arteries With Normal Blood Pressure? Hypertension can cause atherosclerosis and atherosclerosis causes high blood pressure. Whilst they are different conditions, the prevention and natural treatment for each of them is similar. The relationship between atherosclerosis and hypertension Atherosclerosis affects the smooth muscles inside of the arteries causing them to lose elasticity. The arteries also become narrowed or blocked. This constricts the blood flow and raises blood pressure. Hypertension is a symptom of something wrong inside our bodies. The development of atherosclerosis is thought to begin with damage being caused to endothelial cells or surface cells lining the inside of our arteries. The smooth muscles are underneath the endothelial cells. There are several factors that can cause endothelial damage, one of which is hypertension which is... A risk fact or heart disease, heart attack and strokes.
24 Jul 2017
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www angioclear com Can You Have Clogged Arteries With Normal Blood Pressure? Hypertension can cause atherosclerosis and atherosclerosis causes high blood pressure. Whilst they are different conditions, the prevention and natural treatment for each of them is similar. The relationship between atherosclerosis and hypertension Atherosclerosis affects the smooth muscles inside of the arteries causing them to lose elasticity. The arteries also become narrowed or blocked. This constricts the blood flow and raises blood pressure. Hypertension is a symptom of something wrong inside our bodies. The development of atherosclerosis is thought to begin with damage being caused to endothelial cells or surface cells lining the inside of our arteries. The smooth muscles are underneath the endothelial cells. There are several factors that can cause endothelial damage, one of which is hypertension which is... A risk fact or heart disease, heart attack and strokes.
24 Jul 2017
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anginarex com Health Risks Associated With High Blood Pressure- What Are Health Risks Associated With High Blood Pressure? If your blood pressure is too high, it puts extra strain on your blood vessels, heart and other organs, such as the brain, kidneys and eyes. Persistent high blood pressure can increase your risk of a number of serious and potentially life-threatening conditions, such as: heart disease heart attacks strokes heart failure peripheral arterial disease aortic aneurysms kidney disease vascular dementia If you have high blood pressure, reducing it even a small amount can help lower your risk of these conditions.
24 Jul 2017
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