Diabetes Hypertension
Glucose Numbers and What They Mean
Blood Glucose Numbers and What they Mean You probably don’t pay any attention to your blood glucose numbers unless you’ve already been diagnosed with diabetes. If you consider yourself a sophisticated health care consumer, I bet you can recite your cholesterol numbers but have no clue about your sugar. There is good reason to know your blood glucose. Diabetes typically begins to wreck its damage on your organs and body years before it s diagnosed....
Controlling Your Blood Pressure is a Life Long Job
Preliminary results from the Hypertension in the Very Elderly Trial (HYVET) indicate that people in their 80s were at lower risk of dying when they were treated with anti-hypertensive medication. “High blood pressure medication has been known to reduce the rate of stroke, but the HYVET study suggests that both incidence of stroke and survival rate were improved.  These data, although, not yet published, confirm our belief that high blood pressure should be treated regardless...
Omega-3s May Reduce Risk of Recurrent Heart Attacks
Omega-3s May Reduce Risk of Recurrent Heart Attacks We’ve heard so much good news about Omega-3s and now there’s even more. We know omega-3 fatty acids are good for heart health. We also know they help fight cancer, depression and age-related mental decline. Now we’re finding that their anti-inflammatory properties inhibit the growth of arterial plaque. “We think that’s why a diet high in omega-3s can reduce the risk of recurrent heart attacks in people...
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