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Regardless of other risk factors, skipping breakfast is associated with an increased risk of a fatal heart attack or similar. Whether you’re a firm believer in a balanced breakfast or one of those who skip breakfast, this new research is good news; breakfast is an easy habit to pick up. It’s easy to grab a […]

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Times change, and with them, so has some off the risk factors for heart disease. New studies have found that changing lifestyles have impacted who’s at risk for a cardiac event, and when. In one study, changing lifestyle and work patterns have moved the time you’re most at risk for a heart attack away from […]

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Disrupt Insomnia

November 13, 2018

Lose sleep, and spend the next day feeling bad. Whether it’s occasional or a chronic problem, forgoing sleep or fighting insomnia can have adverse affects on your health. People who get less than 7 hours sleep face an increased risk of heart attacks, perform worse at work and driving (also giving them an increased risk […]

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Using a new technique, researchers have tracked Vitamin D3’s effect on heart cells… and found it’s one of the few things that can help the body rebuild after a heart attack. Even before a heart attack, the researchers found evidence that Vitamin D3 helps support heart health by increasing nitric oxide production and in turn […]

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Daylight Savings Begins

March 13, 2017

Today does not just mark the clock springing forward one hour, it marks a peak day for heart attacks and traffic accidents. Yes, technically daylight savings happened yesterday so everyone could adjust, but the overwhelming spike in accidents and heart attacks happens to most people on Monday. Balance your day against it. Take breaks, especially […]

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