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1. Heart Healthy Diet Tips
November 23, 2015

Our modern lifestyle is the cause of a serious, epidemic problem that affects our society to-day: heart disease and stroke.In America half of all death are from coronary heart disease, most of them with advanced atherosclerosis(narrowing of the arteries). The first report of coronary artery disease in America was published in 1912 in ‘The Journal of the American Medical Association by Dr. James Herrick. The disease was so rare that famous cardiologist DR. Paul Dudley White, spent the next 10 years searching for it and found only three cases. Today we have thousands of cases in any... (read more)

Author: Adrian Joele

2. Heart Healthy Diet
August 23, 2015

Our modern lifestyle is the cause of a serious, epidemic problem that affects our society to-day: heart disease and stroke.In America half of all death are from coronary heart disease, most of them with advanced atherosclerosis(narrowing of the arteries). The first report of coronary artery disease in America was published in 1912 in ‘The Journal of the American Medical Association by Dr. James Herrick. The disease was so rare that famous cardiologist DR. Paul Dudley White, spent the next 10 years searching for it and found only three cases. Today we have thousands of cases in any... (read more)

Author: Adrian Joele

3. Ancient cholesterol clearing pathway could be used to unfurarteries - China Disco Laser Lighting
December 30, 2013

An ancient cellular pathway called autophagy or "self-digestion"that clears accumulated dysfunctional molecules from cells, alsomobilizes and exports cholesterol and may provide an entirely new target for drugs to "unfurarteries" or reverse atherosclerosis, the main cause of heart attack and stroke , according to research led by the University of Ottawa HeartInstitute (UOHI) in Canada. Lead investigator Dr Yves Marcel, Director of the HDL BiologyLaboratory, UOHI, and colleagues from UOHI and Columbia Universityin New York, USA, found that autophagy, a process which developedin single... (read more)

Author: akjxue

4. Hunter-gatherers and horticulturalist lifestyle linked to lowerblood pressure increases, atheroscle
November 19, 2013

Hunter-gatherers and forager-horticulturalists who live off theland and grow what they need to survive have lower age-relatedincreases in blood pressure and less risks of atherosclerosis,according to two new studies in the American Heart Associationjournal Hypertension. High blood pressure and atherosclerosis -- a disease in whicharteries stiffen and fill with plaque -- increase with age in theUnited States and other countries, raising risks for heart attack,stroke, kidney disease and death. Age-related increases in bloodpressure have been observed in almost every population, exceptamong ... (read more)

Author: airbru airbru

5. How to Prevent Blood Clots
November 11, 2013

Accumulation of excess fibrin inside the inner walls of blood vessels or at the site of an injury can lead to extraneous growths and blockages which subsequently take the form of diseases like atherosclerosis, fibromyalgia, scar tissues and even various cardio vascular diseases. A high concentration of fibrin, the insoluble protein in the blood leads to increased blood viscosity which in turn results in the formation of blood clots inside the arteries, capillaries and veins. To prevent these blood clots from blocking the regular blood circulation and thus leading to high blood pressure o... (read more)

Author: Charles Funkel

6. Who Else Needs A Nilotinib ?
November 06, 2013

Hyperinsulinemia,12 postreceptor insulinresistance,13 and hypoadiponectemia14 play critical roles inthe development of dyslipidemia and atherosclerosis.Thus, our results not only explain the rapid and significantincrease in total and non-HDL cholesterol levels observedin this study , but also a possible mechanism ofthe development of peripheral artery occlusion ,which was recently described as an important Nilotinib of nilotinibtherapy.15In summary, for the first time we have clarified themechanism of impaired glucose metabolism in CML patients treated with nilotinib, which occurs via rapidly ... (read more)

Author: zhang qing

7. The Most Common Heart Disease Explained
November 01, 2013

The heart becomes sick when the arteries get “clogged” (atherosclerosis), when it no longer pumps enough blood (ischemic cardiomyopathy), or when irregular beats occur (arrhythmias). Heart disease is the number one cause of death worldwide. The most commonly encountered types of disease are hypertension, ischemic cardiomyopathy, arrhythmias, and valve failures. Associated, they can lead to heart disease or heart failure. Causes of heart disease Scientific studies show that, at a psycho-emotional level, heart disease (especially in the acquired forms) frequently occurs in those who live t... (read more)

Author: Ashley Robinson

8. The Interactions which may happen with Bezafibrate
October 25, 2013

Bezafibrate is prescribed for the treatment of high blood cholesterol when dietary measures have proven ineffective. The medication lowers lipid (fat) levels in the blood and is particularly effective when the levels of HDL-cholesterol - often termed "good" cholesterol because it tends to carry cholesterol away from the arteries and back to the liver, where it's passed from the body - is low, and triglycerides - a type of fat that is normally present in the blood, and of which high levels are linked to heart disease and atherosclerosis - are raised. Bezafibrate improves markers of combi... (read more)

Author: liu meimei

9. Dusty punch cards lead to new insights into link betweencholesterol and heart disease
October 17, 2013

A stack of punch cards from a landmark study published in 1966, andthe legwork to track down the study's participants years later, hasyielded the longest analysis of the effects of lipoproteins on coronary heart disease . The study, published in a recent issue of the journal Atherosclerosis, tracked almost 1,900 people over a 29-year period, which is nearlythree times longer than other studies that examine the link betweendifferent sizes of high-density lipoprotein particles and heart disease . It found that an increase in larger high-density lipoproteinparticles decreased a subject's r... (read more)

Author: he ni

10. The Information of Heart & Vascular
October 14, 2013

The heart & vascular involves numerous problems, and many of which are linked to a process called atherosclerosis. Every day, 15 people die from cardiovascular disease (heart disease and stroke) in Singapore, according to the research. The heart is an important organ of our body and pump the blood and the oxygen to other parts of our body. The heart lies in the middle of the chest, slightly to the left, behind the breastbone and between the lungs. To prevent the heart disease to advance, it is best to see the doctor as soon as possible. The heart & Vascular conditions include the cardiov... (read more)

Author: Alex Kaka

11. What's function about Fenofibrate?
September 04, 2013

Fenofibrate helps reduce cholesterol and triglycerides (fatty acids) in the blood. High levels of these types of fat in the blood are associated with an increased risk of atherosclerosis (clogged arteries). Fenofibrate is used to treat high cholesterol and high triglyceride levels. Fenofibrate is used with a low-fat diet, exercise, and sometimes with other medications to reduce the amounts of fatty substances such as cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood and to increase the amount of HDL (high-density lipoprotein; a type of fatty substance that decreases the risk of ... (read more)

Author: liu meimei

12. Dementia Care South Ribble Becoming A Huge Care Service
August 31, 2013

For numerous individuals, the prospect of setting an elderly cherishes on into a nurturing or care home is a sickening one. Doing everything conceivable to keep a guardian grandparent at home might turn into a top necessity. This necessity might change if there is a judgment of dementia. If from alzheimer's illness, atherosclerosis or any number of makes, a conclusion of dementia may as well provoke individuals to re-examine having their friends and family stay at home as opposed to appropriate medication and care in a dementia care south ribble. The few different phases of dementia and h... (read more)

Author: William Klein

13. Alternative Treatment For High Blood Pressure - Normalize Your Blood Pressure
August 31, 2013

High blood pressure is a hazardous situation that can lead to kidney damage, eye damage stroke, congestive heart failure, atherosclerosis hardening of the arteries, enlarged heart and early death. Blood pressure refers to the power of the blood flow against the walls of the blood vessel as they send blood from the heart to the body. Normally, BP varies from about 110/80 to 140/90. The high figure refers to systolic pressure which is the hearts abbreviations. The next figure refers to the diastolic pressure which measures your heartbeats. Shown below are some of the types from which you ca... (read more)

Author: Payton Polkinghorne

14. The Relationship Between Periodontal Health And Cardiac Health
August 27, 2013

You might ask, is there a connection between our mouth and our heart? Apparently, there is, and it is a connection that should not be ignored or trivialized. There is growing evidence that periodontal health is related to cardiovascular health. Chronic bacterial infections of the gums lead to gingivitis, which in turn promotes inflammation of blood vessels, a risk factor for atherosclerosis. Experts believe that bacteria, particularly Porphyromonas gingivalis, which is associated with the development of atherosclerotic plaques, enter the bloodstream through the gums, and these same... (read more)

Author: Karen McDonagh

15. Causes, symptoms and treatment linked to Gangrene
August 21, 2013

Gangrene is death of body tissue due to deficiency of blood supply or bacterial infection. It mostly influences the extremities but it can also occur in the internal organs and muscles. If you have diabetes or atherosclerosis there are higher chances of developing it. Symptoms of Gangrene are as follows : • Skin color ranges from pale to blue, purple, black, red or bronze depending on the type. • Severe pain • A smelling discharge leaking from the sore. • Low blood pressure • The influenced tissue is painful and swollen • Fever • Feel unwell • Confu... (read more)

Author: Austin Wilson

16. Why lipid tests are carried out?
August 10, 2013

Lipid tests have gained enough familiarity & these are commonly referred to as cholesterol tests, lipid profiles etc. These are even sometimes represented as coronary risk panels & include a group of examinations that help to diagnose the presence & functionaries laid by the fatty substances inside the human body which are present in the form of triglycerides & even bad cholesterol. It is necessary to undergo such tests so as to reduce the chances of the occurrence of the cardiovascular diseases. Lipid is a general term which is referred to the biological aspects which include oils, fats ... (read more)

Author: balfour morris

17. Capsaicin has a role in controlling cholesterol
August 08, 2013

Cholesterol is a very important element in the human body, in some of the basic functions play an important role. It is the foundation of bile acid synthesis, hormonal changes and stabilized cell membranes. Normal cholesterol levels are important for maintaining health, but in case of cholesterol levels significantly high, there is a risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Atherosclerosis is a kind of disease caused by cholesterol accumulation lead to the artery wall narrowing and hardens, is the main reason to cause coronary artery disease and stroke. Capsaicin is a kind of phytochemicals... (read more)

Author: Ma tracy

18. Combat Cardiovascular Complication of Obesity
August 07, 2013

Obesity is now a global epidemic due to sedentary lifestyles, better economic conditions, popularity of processed foods, high calorie foods and soft drinks. Obese people are at risk from atherosclerosis since cholesterol and other fatty substances accumulate in the walls of the arteries making them obstructed or ruptured. It can lead to stroke. Obesity also increases the risk of coronary heart disease. In the US, about 35% of adults are said to be over-weight and an additional 30% are obese. It is said that the average adult in the US consumes a significant amount of fats and cholestero... (read more)

Author: Rose Yu

19. In rabbit studies, gene therapy delivered once to blood vessel wallprotects against atherosclerosis
August 05, 2013

The UW researchers successfully used a helper-dependent adenovirus(HDAd) as the vehicle to transfer a genomic clone of rabbit apo-A1into the carotid artery. This large blood vessel sends oxygenatedblood to the brain. After the vector was infused into the artery,the gene was taken up almost exclusively by the cells in the thinlayer that lines the carotid's inner surface and is in contact withcirculating blood. At two weeks, atherosclerosis in the carotid artery, as measured bylesion size and lipid content, was minimal and similar in fat-fedrabbits with or without gene therapy. Between wee... (read more)

Author: he ni

20. Protection against atherosclerosis from dendritic cell subtype
August 04, 2013

Atherosclerosis, commonly referred to as "hardening of thearteries," is a major risk factor for heart attack and stroke . The cause of atherosclerosis is not well understood but, for sometime, chronic inflammatory immune responses have been implicated indriving disease pathology. Now, a new study, published online byCell Press from the journal Immunity , identifies a type of immune cell that is not associated withpromoting disease, but with protection against atherosclerosis. Thefindings substantially advance the understanding of the compleximmune responses associated with atheroscle... (read more)

Author: efwegbe erergeer

21. The efficacy of imaging technology in evaluating heart drugdalcetrapib shown by unique study
August 04, 2013

Researchers from Mount Sinai School of Medicine have for the firsttime used several imaging techniques to prove the efficacy of apromising new treatment for atherosclerosis - the build-up ofplaque in artery walls that can lead to a heart attack . Using positron-emission tomography (PET)/computed tomography (CT)and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the research team showed thatdalcetrapib, a novel treatment for atherosclerosis, prevented theprogression of disease and reduced vascular inflammation over 24months. The data are published in the September 12 issue of The Lancet. The dal-PLAQUE... (read more)

Author: efwegbe erergeer

22. Medical Research Reveals Link between Conjugated Linoleic Acid, High Linoleic Acid, and Fitness
August 02, 2013

A number of studies confirmed the connection between the intake of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and high linoleic acid (HLA) on one hand and fitness. CLA is a derivative of linoleic acid and is found naturally in some foods such as meat and dairy products (i.e., butter, cheese. and whole milk). It has been found from research that CLA offers a host of health benefits including protection from cancer and atherosclerosis. CLA has also been shown to enhance the body’s metabolism of fat and maintain or even improve lean muscle mass. Therefore, one of the most popular uses of CLA, especially amon... (read more)

Author: Samuel Dawkins

23. The role of wheat germ flour
July 28, 2013

According to modern scientific determination, the protein content of wheat germ is more than 31%, is a high quality protein. Contains 8 essential amino acids, especially the lysine contains 18.5%, 6 to 7 times higher than rice and flour. The linoleic acid content of wheat germ is 60%, of which 80% are polyunsaturated fatty acids, and linoleic acid is the most important one of the body’s three kinds essential fatty acids, can lower cholesterol, prevent atherosclerosis. Wheat germ is rich in various vitamins, the content of vitamin B1 is 15 times of flour, 12 times of rice, 28 times of soybeans,... (read more)

Author: Ma tracy

24. Highly effective cholesterol lipid drugs to bring down cholesterol level
July 18, 2013

Effective cholesterol lipid drugs such as liponorm 10 mg lower down blood pressure thus bringing down heart stroke risks. Full information with dosage instructions and precautions. In medical cholesterol lipid drugs are the drugs that lower contents of cholesterol in the blood. As cholesterol is the root of various cardiovascular diseases it is must that its level is maintained and managed. Retarding cholesterol level in the blood ensures retardation of accelerated-atherosclerosis in high BP (High cholesterol) patients. Plasma Lowering Drugs Certain drugs such as liponorm 10 mg ar... (read more)

Author: divya prakash pandey

25. Effective Natural Treatments For High Blood Pressure And Health
July 18, 2013

High blood pressure is a hazardous situation that can lead to stroke, congestive heart failure, enlarged heart, atherosclerosis hardening of the arteries, kidney and eye damage and untimely death. Blood pressure refers to the strength of the bloodstream against the walls of the arteries as they carry blood from the heart to the rest of the body. Normal healthy blood pressure varies from about 110/80 to as high as 140/90. It is mainly insecure because it often has no signs, warning or symptoms. Blood pressure is often known as "silent killer" because uncontrolled high blood pressure occurs... (read more)

Author: Payton Polkinghorne

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