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Heart Disease Coronary Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Heart Disease Coronary.

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The Heart of a Woman

Heart disease is not a disease that only affects men. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), heart disease kills more than 500,000 women annually. In 2001, well over half of the people who died from heart disease were women. Yet...  Read more

The Truth about Alcohol and Heart Health

The idea that alcohol may be good for your heart has been around for a while. While moderate drinking may offer health benefits, drinking more can cause a host of health problems. So should you turn to alcohol to protect your heart? Here's what y...  Read more

8 Sneaky Habits That Sabotage Your Heart

We all know that for optimum heart health we need to eat a healthy diet, exercise and not smoke. But did you know that the little things you do every day can have a big impact on the most important muscle in your body? We put together a list of...  Read more

The Heart Smart Workout Plan

Pop quiz: Can you name the most important muscle in your body? Nope, it's not your abs, hamstrings or triceps. It's your heart! The human heart is an amazing muscle, capable of pumping about five quarts of blood throughout the body every...  Read more

Sleeping Better for a Healthier Heart

We all know how great a good night's rest feels. You wake up feeling refreshed, energized and ready to tackle your day. Unfortunately, this rested feeling is the exception and not the norm for many who live busy lives in the modern world, and it&...  Read more

Obesity andHeart Disease Article
Updated 11/27/2014 10:09:13 PM

Another reason to keep fighting the battle! Johns Hopkins IDs a new risk of obesity: 'silent heart damage' Researchers call the discovery 'truly concerning' Obese individuals are at greater risk for silent heart damage, according to a n...  Read more

Is anyone here dealing with Lyme Disease while on
Updated 11/25/2014 10:17:08 AM

Is anyone here dealing with Lyme Disease while on their weight loss journey?...  Read more

heart rate question?
Updated 11/23/2014 6:11:01 PM

HI I am wondering when a person works out and gets their heart rate pretty high like over 180 is this a safe thing? or not? and thank you in advance...  Read more

Cool Tool--Harvard Healthy Heart Calculator
Updated 11/18/2014 1:23:03 PM

This tool asks questions about exercise and eating habits and gives you a picture of your cardiovascular risk. It also gives some helpful, detailed feedback about how to improve your diet and fitness. Here's the link: https://healthy...  Read more

Crones disease
Updated 11/13/2014 3:46:26 AM

My doctor thinks I may have crones disease is there a diet to follow?...  Read more

Magnesium deficiency Associated with Eating Related Problems

Magnesium appears to be associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease. Best to get magnesium from magnesium rich foods or talk to your doc about supplements. Magnesium calms the nerves,this mineral mediates digestive processes, lack of ma...  Read more

B Vitamins and your heart

During a study in Japan, researchers concluded athat a high consumption of dietary vitamin B6 and vitamin B12 were associated with reduced risk of death from stroke, coronary heart disease, and heart failure. Excellent sources of vitamin B6 include b...  Read more

Trying to get Pregnant

I have fought in my mind and my heart about being fearful of losing another child. There is light. This is an open minded, loving, and free place to explore and ask questions....  Read more

Another Reason to Drink Water: Prevent a Heart Attack

We all know that water is good for you. It can help you feel fuller, it's a good replacement for sugary drinks like soda or juice, improves the look of your skin- the list is long. But did you know that drinking water might also help reduce your ri...  Read more

What Women Really Need to Know about Heart Health

 Editor's Note: February is Heart Health month, aimed at bringing awareness to the #1 killer in America. Today we're sharing an interview with Dr. Patrice Desvigne-Nickens on behalf of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI...  Read more