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Treadmill or Walking?
Which do you feel provides the best benefit? Treadmill or actually walking?
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Lowering Cholesterol
I just took WebMD Cholesterol Quiz and got one question wrong. The question was "Losing weight can cut your...More
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How to lower your cholesterol?
So, today's health question was on "How to Lower your Cholesterol". Does anyone review these? It list a dr....More
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30-35% Heart Function
My father is a 58y BM 145 lbs and a 5'10 height. Past medical history: He had a mild heart attack at...More
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Taurine supplementation to lower BP
Hi there, I have my Amino Acid check and three of 24 are outside normal values these are ; Histidine 41.24...More
Posted by jovicpen
heart murmur
hi my son when born had a heart murmur..we took him to a specialist at RI hospital..they gave him ekgs...More
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anyone have heart murmur as a baby and cleared?then told at teen yrs have slight murmur?
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Heart Stress Test
my cardiologist wants me to take stress test before he will approve conscious sedation for a colonoscopy. I...More
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pain after severe Heart Attack
I had a severe heart attack on April 26th . I am a woman 52 years old. after the paramedics and my husband...More
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