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Disorders of heart and circulation are high on most people's agenda nowadays. They are currently the greatest threat to health, killing more people each year than any other disease - but it isn't all bad news. There is plenty of research out there suggesting a more optimistic outlook - both prevention and treatment protocols are available that don't necessarily involve drugs or surgery.

Read about some of the encouraging advances which are being made in the field of natural medicine.


Cardiovascular Disease and Strokes - Reducing the Risk

Cardiovascular Disease and Strokes - Reducing the Risk

Contrary to popular opinion, 'heart attacks' and 'strokes' are not sudden, out-of-the-blue occurrences. In most instances the problem has been brewing for many years often several decades.

Cardiovascular 'events' are the biggest cause of death and disability in the UK.

They include: strokes, heart attack, hardening of the arteries, leg ulcers, gangrene and dementia, to mention just a few!

Is Cholesterol All Bad News

Is Cholesterol All Bad News

There is a lot of confusion about the significance of blood cholesterol levels. Acceptable levels seem to be lowered year by year, and many otherwise healthy people are being encouraged to take potentially dangerous drugs without any clear explanation, 'just in case'. However, a little understanding can clarify matters and remove the panic ... it isn't all bad news! ..

Heart Disease Helped by Pink Salmon

Heart Disease Helped by Pink Salmon

Astaxanthin, the nutrient that gives salmon,shrimps and flamingos their pink colour, may also have heart health benefits, suggests a new study from Finland. ..

Women and Heart Attacks

I was aware that female heart attacks are different, but the following is the best description I've ever read: ..

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