• AHA News: Less TV, More Activity May Mean Extra Years Free of Heart Disease and Stroke

    8 days ago - By Medicine Net

    Title: AHA News: Less TV, More Activity May Mean Extra Years Free of Heart Disease and Stroke
    Category: Health News
    Created: 9/9/2019 12:00:00 AM
    Last Editorial Review: 9/10/2019 12:00:00 AM
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  • Afternoon sleeps lower heart attack risk

    8 days ago - By News Medical

    A new study has shown that people who nap during the day have a lower risk of getting heart attacks. According to the researchers, chronic lack of sleep can raise the risk of getting atherosclerosis or build-up of cholesterol plaques within the arteries of the body.
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  • Your liver's connection to heart health: NAFLD increases your risk for heart attack and stroke

    Your liver's connection to heart health: NAFLD increases your risk for heart attack and stroke

    8 days ago - By Natural News

    Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease also affects cardiovascular health. Patients with this liver disorder are much more likely to develop heart disease or experience a stroke. NAFLD is the most widespread hepatic condition in the United States. Characterized by fat comprising more than five percent of the liver, NAFLD can develop into a more serious disease...
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