Lose Fat With 8020 fat Loss Program

Lose fat with 80/20 Fat Loss program created by Emma Deangela. Fat loss is fastest with 8020FatLoss Program. Worth to buy it? 8020 Fat Loss food for women. Emma Deangela created this 8020fatloss program. Secrets to lose fat are discussed in 8020 fat loss. This is my review on 8020 fat loss diet program. Emma Deangela has ultimately revealed the 80/20 fat loss secrets, a sure way to lose fat and at the same time improving the overall health./ Continue reading

Chemotherapy side effects: A cause of heart disease?

Can chemotherapy side effects increase the risk of heart disease?

From Timothy J. Moynihan, M.D.

images.jpg cancer side effects Chemotherapy side effects may increase the risk of heart disease, including weakening of the heart muscle (cardiomyopathy) and rhythm disturbances (arrhythmias). Certain types of chemotherapy also may increase the risk of heart attack. Treatment with angiogenesis inhibitors and certain other targeted medications has been linked to high blood pressure (hypertension). Fortunately, heart disease associated with chemotherapy is rare — and not all chemotherapy drugs carry the potential side effect of heart damage.   Continue reading

Cardiovascular disease is leading cause of death in women in UAE

Cause of death In Women in UAE.

images.jpg arab medicare  Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in women in UAE according to a news published in “The National”. In my earlier article there is a general discussion on cause of heart disease in women .

Globally more than 8.6 million women die each year from CVD and yet most cases can be prevented.

Emily Cleland has reported about the status of the cause of cardiovascular disease in women in his article in “The National”.

It is commonly believed that cardiovascular disease is the disease of men. Women are equally affected by heart disease./ Continue reading

Naturopathy!Prevent Heart Disease!

According to the news published in May 2013, in Natural standard, it is found that “Naturopathic Medicine May Help Reduce Heart Disease Risk”.

Naturopathic care may help reduce the risk of heart disease among people who have a high risk, a study reports.

Heart disease affects the heart muscle or the blood vessels of the heart. There are many different types of heart disease, but the most common is coronary artery disease (CAD). This condition causes the arteries to narrow, and it may lead to stroke or heart attack. In the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death in adults. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 700,000 Americans die of heart disease each year./ Continue reading

The Case for Lipoprotein (a) as a direct cause of Coronary Artery Disease is Now Firm

Lipoprotein (a)’s position as an emerging risk factor for coronary artery disease is firmly established and could be a new target for prevention and treatment of heart disease, according to the article “High Lipoprotein Levels Can Cause Heart Disease” published in health.usnews.com./ Continue reading

Emerging Risk Factors For Heart Disease

Traditional VS Emerging Risk Factors For Heart Disease

Traditional risk factors (Major)

Despite recent advances in the management of dyslipidemia, hypertension, and diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains the leading cause of death in the United States. The lipid theory has failed to explain the true cause of heart disease. Instead it relies on certain traits, conditions that can cause heart disease. These traits or conditions are called as risk factors for heart disease. There are several of them. Some modifiable and non modifiable. There are some which are major risk factors whic are discussed here./ Continue reading

Now, functional artificial tissues to mend broken heart

Newer Developments in Heart Disease Treatment

According to the news article “ Now, functional artificial tissues to mend broken heart” published in Newstrack India, on May 01, 2013, the scientists are trying to prepare the artificial heart tissue that mimics the heart cell with the hope that it may help the clinicians treat the damaging effects of heart tissue./ Continue reading