New Study: Examines Heart Attacks Followed By Depression And Anxiety

An overview of heart disease in the United States In case you didn’t realize it, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Here are the general facts, as the CDC outlines them: About 600,000 people die of heart disease in the United...
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Survey: Teens Stress More Than Adults…Perhaps Even About Valetine’s Day!

Children’s Valentine, 1940–1950 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Happy Valentine’s Day… Today’s post happens to fall on Valentine’s Day, so we would be remiss if we didn’t wish our readers a Happy Valentine’s Day. How much do you really know about this holiday? Of course, as soon as the New Year begins retail stores transform their greeting...
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Studies Highlight How Stress Can Affect Your Heart Health

“How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?” I can think of younger days when living for my life was everything a man could want to do. I could never see tomorrow, but I was never told about the sorrow. Barry and Robin Gibb, 1970 It is almost 43 years ago that Barry and Robin Gibb...
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Caffeine: How Much Is Too Much?

 Chemical structure of Caffeine. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) A cup of coffee, a soda or a piece of chocolate… How much caffeine do you consume each day? Do you even know? If you have health problems and you have been cautioned to avoid caffeine altogether or to limit your caffeine intake, then you are cognizant of...
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Adult Cigarette Smoking Decline

Every day millions of people light up and have a cigarette, some people smoke a pack per day. Indeed, cigarettes play a huge role in the everyday life for many people and it is no wonder considering the billions of dollars that go into advertising, as well as people’s lack of education, for whatever reason,...
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