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Heart Disease Signs And Symptoms Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Heart Disease Signs And Symptoms.

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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

When to Call a Doctor for the Flu

You're miserable: achy, feverish, and exhausted. Your head is pounding, and you're nauseated. All the tell-tale signs are there; it's the flu. Before you stock up on ginger ale and jump into bed for the week, you might consider phoning a...  Read more

Healthy Smile, Healthy Body

You probably don't think about your teeth that much unless you drink something icy cold or that little postcard reminding you to schedule your next dental appointment shows up in the mail. However, you should really give your pearly whites more a...  Read more

Types of Diabetes

Under normal circumstances, the glucose (sugar) levels in your blood rise after you eat a meal or snack. In response, the body produces a hormone called insulin, which is necessary in order for the body to convert glucose in your bloodstream into usa...  Read more

Dietary Tips for Digestive Distress

You've probably eaten a large, spicy meal at one time or another, only to end up with an upset stomach (or other digestive woes). The occasional bout of heartburn isn't something of great concern, but when it happens frequently, it's time...  Read more

If you use our SparkRecipes app and sign into it w
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If you use our SparkRecipes app and sign into it with the same username you use on this app, you can track recipes from the recipes app easily....  Read more

One way to do that in the app is to tap Log at the bottom of the screen and then tap the + sign in u
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One way to do that in the app is to tap Log at the bottom of the screen and then tap the + sign in upper right. Type the food name you want. Tap the magnifying glass to perform a database search. I hope this helps!...  Read more

I have asthma. The meds make my heart rate higher
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I have asthma. The meds make my heart rate higher than normal. (Sitting at rest 82bpm). I'm 43. Not sure how it affects my THR. #needadvice...  Read more

I'm not able to sign in.
Updated 9/27/2016 8:01:01 PM

The message keeps telling me that l'm not there but I am how do I sign in on my I Pad as well as my phone...  Read more

I keep getting email for a previous sign in I prev
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I keep getting email for a previous sign in I previously used how do I stop that...  Read more

The Top 5 Facts Women Need To Know About Heart Attacks

Heart disease kills more women every year than diseases perceived as more threatening, such as breast and lung cancers.When it comes to the fear factor, breast cancer has a clear edge. Most women are terrified of the disease---and rightly so, since...  Read more

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Who Has An Inherited Risk?

Decision making in the family:In that scenario, if you have a negative result showing that you do not carry the problem mutation, you can feel relatively reassured that you are not at increased risk for developing the disease. Nor do you need to wor...  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

The Hidden Heart Attack: New Study Explores How Women Are Missing the Signs of a Cardiac Event

When most of us think of someone having a heart attack, we picture the typical movie or TV version, where the person grabs his or her chest and falls to the ground. But in reality, a cardiac event rarely occurs in such a dramatic fashion. In fact, yo...  Read more

Women, You're Not Immune to Heart Disease

Recently I received an email about the Go Red for Women Campaign from the American Heart Association. Reading through the information, I was shocked to discover that more women die from heart disease (heart attacks, stroke and other cardiovascular di...  Read more