Four Ways To Not Have A Stroke

How NOT to Prevent a Stroke

…risk of having a stroke or dying within four months would be greater than 1 in 17, as it is for endarterectomy, or 1 in 8, the stat for stenting. * Finally, before succumbing to any procedure, get a second opinion. It’s also important to adopt safe, natural, and proven ways to prevent a stroke, which…

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3 Powerful Ways to Stay Off the Cardiac Ward

…whitakerwellness.com or call 800-488-1500. To locate an EECP provider in your area call 800-455-EECP (3327) or visit vasomedical.com. Now it’s your turn: What have you done to help protect your heart? You May Also Be Interested In: * How NOT to Prevent a Stroke * Four Medical Tests that Can Save Your Life

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Natural Treatment for Stroke Patients

…occurred months or years ago—you owe it to yourself to seek treatment for stroke with hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Now it’s your turn: Have you ever experienced hyperbaric oxygen therapy benefits? You May Also Be Interested in * Four Ways to Prevent a Stroke * The Nutrient Big Pharma Wishes It Could…

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More Men's Health Problems--Solved!

…miconazole, clotrimazole, or econazole, and some include hydrocortisone to relieve itching. Look for these products in health food or drug stores. You may also be interested in: Four Ways to Prevent a Stroke Four Easy Ways to Stop IBS

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4 Tips for Healthier Summer Travel

…, try to get up and walk around every 30–45 minutes. You can also massage your calves, quadriceps, and hamstrings. Use long, upward strokes to help the blood move toward your heart, and take deep, relaxed breaths to keep plenty of oxygen in your bloodstream. * Avoid the Sting. Studies have shown that…

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Can Alcohol Really Increase Risk of Breast Cancer?

…need to give up your wine ritual. First, a 15 percent increase in risk may sound startling, but that just means the average 50-year-old woman with a 3 percent risk of developing breast cancer would have about a 3.45 percent risk if she’s a moderate drinker. So it does raise your risk, but not dramatically…

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