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Georgetown’s Dr. Darlene Lawrence Explains The Aspirin-Cardiovascular Disease Connection. Share your Cardiovascular Disease story with women at *******www.EmpowHer****. Send this video to a friend in need!
13 Feb 2008
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Dr. Hodis, Harry Bauer & Dorothy Bauer Rawlins Professorship in Cardiology explains what women can do to decrease their level of cardiovascular risk. Share your heart story & get more info at *******www.EmpowHer****. Post this video to help others.
8 Apr 2008
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Las enfermedades cardiovasculares son la principal causa de muerte en España Uno de cada tres españoles muere a causa de algún tipo de enfermedad vinculada con afecciones cardíacas La mujer supera el hombre en muertes cardiovasculares. En el 2006, murieron en España 120.690 personas por alguna de estas patologías. El 46% fueron hombres y el 54% fueron mujeres. Tras el éxito obtenido durante el 2007, CardioEspacio continúa su gira de prevención cardiovascular sensibilizando a la sociedad sobre la importancia de prevenir estas patologías. El CardioEspacio pretende formar y educar a la población de las ciudades que visita, sobre las posibilidades de prevención de las enfermedades cardiovasculares a través de un recorrido conceptual, la Ruta Cardiovascular, en el que se pone a la disposición de los visitantes la más completa información sobre el tema a través de zonas de exposición, juegos interactivos y material educativo. Además, en el marco del proyecto, se ha desarrollado CardioMujer, un programa de concienciación especialmente dirigido a las mujeres, que, en la actualidad, son más propensas que los hombres a padecer algún tipo de enfermedad cardiovascular. Actualmente, las enfermedades cardiovasculares son la primera causa de muerte en España. Según los datos del Instituto Nacional de Estadística, estas patologías provocaron en el 2006 una de cada tres muertes (de las 371.478 personas que murieron ese año en nuestro país, el 32,5% de los fallecimientos fueron debidos a estas dolencias; de estas últimas, el 46% fueron hombres y el 54% mujeres). Las comunidades autónomas de Andalucía (35,8%), Galicia (34,3%), Islas Baleares (34%), Comunidad Valenciana (33,9%), Región de Murcia (33,9%), Principado de Asturias (33,8%) y Extremadura (33%) superaron, todas ellas, la tasa de mortalidad por ECV española, Ceuta y Melilla (32,5%) la igualaron y el resto, pese a estar por debajo, mantienen porcentajes bastante preocupantes: La Rioja (32,3%), Castilla -- La Mancha (32,2%), Aragón (32,1%), Castilla y León (31,8%), Comunidad Foral de Navarra (31,3%), Cantabria (30,7%), Canarias (30,6%), Cataluña (30,4%), País Vasco (30,3%) y la Comunidad Autónoma de Madrid (28,7%). CardioMujer. Las enfermedades cardiovasculares y la mujer A diferencia de lo que generalmente se cree, las ECV afectan más a las mujeres que a los hombres. En la actualidad, las españolas no están suficientemente concienciadas respecto a la gravedad y magnitud de estas patologías y suelen preocuparse más por el cáncer de mama o enfermedades ginecológicas dejando de lado estas dolencias. Sin embargo, el porcentaje de mujeres que mueren a causa de ECV aumenta en mayor grado que el porcentaje de muertes de varones. Así lo demuestra una encuesta de morbilidad hospitalaria realizada en el 2003 por el INE, en la que se pone de manifiesto que de 1980 a 1999, las defunciones causadas por enfermedad isquémica del corazón (infarto de miocardio y angina de pecho), aumentó en un 142% en hombres y en un 190% en mujeres. CardioEspacio es una de las iniciativas que se enmarcan en la campaña de prevención de enfermedades cardiovasculares de CardioAlert, creada en el 2004 por Bayer Schering Pharma (división de Bayer HealthCare) en colaboración con la Sociedad Española de Cardiología (SEC), la Fundación Española del Corazón (FEC), la Sociedad Española de Medicina Familiar y Comunitaria (SemFYC), la Sociedad Española de Farmacia Comunitaria (SEFaC) y que, además, cuenta con el apoyo del Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo.
2 Jun 2008
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The results of the TRANSCEND® trial demonstrate that telmisartan 80mg reduces the risk of cardiovascular death, myocardial infarction/heart attack and stroke in high-risk cardiovascular patients by 13% compared with those patients already receiving best standard of care (p=0.048), referring to the same endpoint as that defined as the primary endpoint of the landmark HOPE trial published in 2000.1,2 Therapy with telmisartan was well tolerated and showed a trend towards a lower rate of discontinuation.1 The new data on 5,926 patients from 40 countries were presented today at the annual congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) in Munich, Germany. TRANSCEND®* is the first landmark trial to test and prove the cardiovascular protective effects of an angiotensin II receptor blocker (ARB) – Boehringer Ingelheim's telmisartan – versus placebo, on top of standard therapy (including anti-hypertensives, anti-platelet therapy and statins), in high-risk individuals who cannot tolerate an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE)-inhibitor. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/boehringeringelheim/34677/
30 Dec 2009
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Learn cardiovascular training weight loss help by joning: *******www.myweightworld**** My Weight World provides you with the top weight loss experts and Dr's for your weight loss help
6 Jan 2010
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Dr. Rocco explains a different way to show an early indicator of cardiovascular disease. It's very easy and quick to do and very effective.
11 Feb 2010
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htp://www.DrKrupka**** Dr. Krupka discusses the differences between standard cholesterol tests and functional medicine cardiovascular profiles emphasizing customized risk reduction protocols, htp://www.youtube****/user/DrPatrickKrupka
18 Feb 2010
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Cardiovascular risk can be reduced by an additional 31 percent in type 2 diabetes patients with atherogenic dyslipidemia, the common combination of elevated triglycerides (TG, 204 mg/dL or 2.3 mmol/L or higher) and low levels of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C, 34 mg/dL or 0.88 mmol/L or lower). This is achieved by adding fenofibrate to simvastatin. Only 20 of these patients need to be treated for 5 years to prevent one cardiovascular event. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******multivu.prnewswire****/mnr/r3i/42622/
16 Mar 2010
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Worried About Cardiovascular Disease Risks? Don't Buy Anything Until You Check Out Angirx. Visit Angirx at *******www.angirx****
15 Oct 2010
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Looking For The Best Cardiovascular Disease Prevention? Don't Buy Anything Until You Check Out Angirx. Visit Angirx at *******www.angirx****
15 Oct 2010
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*******www.totalbodyhealing****/component/content/article/186 Follow the link for Herbalife’s special formulated heart formula. Avoid added risk of cardiovascular disease, order today!
9 Nov 2010
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Reducing Cardiovascular Risk through Diet and Lifestyle. Cardiovascular disease is the accumulation of fat in the arteries. This build up of fat (Plaque) made up of fat, cholesterol, calcium, smooth muscle cells and immune cells. There are numerous risk factors however diet and lifestyle changes can make a huge difference for reducing these risks. *******www.thewellnessdirectory***.nz/therapist_profile/heart-tune-clinic-kathleen- cole
27 May 2011
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*******www.pcoschallenge**** PCOS - Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Public Service Announcement Gregory Pokrywka, MD shares the signs of cardiovascular disease and appropriate actions to take. Women with PCOS constitute the largest group of women at risk for developing cardiovascular disease.
21 Aug 2011
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*******www.angirx**** - How Do You Get Heart Disease? What Is Cardiovascular Disease? Are you looking to prevent stroke and heart attack naturally without surgery or dangerous drugs? No more stroke. No more heart attack. No more bypass surgery. No more dangerous miserable medications. Learn More www.angirx****
15 Dec 2011
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Chiropractics &Cardiovascular Pinched Nerve Treatments Rockville MD Back Pain Bethesda, Chevy Chase *******ChiropractorInRockvilleMD**** Chiropractor Rockville MD, Dr. Avram Weinberg speaks about chiropractic treatments for cardiovascular problems in this video interview. Cardiovascular disease is known to be one of the main causes of the death. When cardio vascular does occur? Cardiovascular occurs when a substance called plaque builds up in the walls of the arteries. This buildup narrows the arteries, making it harder for blood to flow through. If a blood clot forms, it can stop the blood flow. This can cause a heart attack or stroke. Dr. Avram Weinberg mentions that cardiovascular disease affects the lugs by preventing people from breathing properly. Dr. Avram Weinberg mentions that one of the best methods used to prevent cardiovascular is to exercise frequently and developing healthy eating habits. For more information on cardiovascular disease visit your local chiropractor. For more videos visit Manual Therapist Rockville MD at, *******www.youtube****/user/NeckpainRockville Rockville Chiropractor , Dr. Avram Weinberg, also serves the cities of: Garrett Park, Silver Spring, Bethesda, Rockville, Chevy Chase, Suburb Maryland Fac, Takoma Park and zip codes of: 20895,20891,20896,20902,20814,20852,20910,20815,20813,20824,20825
3 Apr 2012
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*******ChiropractorInRockvilleMD**** Sports Chiropractor Rockville MD, Dr. Avram Weinberg speaks about chiropractic treatments for cardiovascular problems in this video interview. Cardiovascular disease is known to be one of the main causes of the death. When cardio vascular does occur? Cardiovascular occurs when a substance called plaque builds up in the walls of the arteries. This buildup narrows the arteries, making it harder for blood to flow through. If a blood clot forms, it can stop the blood flow. This can cause a heart attack or stroke. Dr. Avram Weinberg mentions that cardiovascular disease affects the lugs by preventing people from breathing properly. Dr. Avram Weinberg mentions that one of the best methods used to prevent cardiovascular is to exercise frequently and developing healthy eating habits. For more information on cardiovascular disease visit your local chiropractor. For more videos, click on the following link: *******www.youtube****/user/NeckpainRockville Chiropractor Rockville MD, Dr. Avram Weinberg, also serves the cities of: Garrett Park, Silver Spring, Bethesda, Rockville, Chevy Chase, Suburb Maryland Fac, Takoma Park and zip codes of: 20895,20891,20896,20902,20814,20852,20910,20815,20813,20824,20825
19 Jun 2012
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