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Popular Acid Reflux Drugs Are Linked To Kidney Disease Risk

Popular Acid Reflux Drugs Are Linked To Kidney Disease Risk People who take certain popular medicines for heartburn, indigestion and acid reflux may want to proceed more cautiously, researchers reported Monday.The drugs, known as proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs), appear to significantly elevate the chances of developing chronic kidney disease, according to a study involving more than 250,000 people.An estimated 15... read more...

Artificial Pancreas Trials To Begin In The U.S.

Artificial Pancreas Trials To Begin In The U.S. In the U.S. alone, 1.25 million Americans suffer from type 1 diabetes, a potentially debilitating and life-changing condition. Every year, more and more people are diagnosed, and the only common treatment is regular insulin injections. A research team hoping to revolutionize diabetes treatment has developed an artificial pancreas that automatically detects... read more...

Cholesterol - Final Thoughts

Cholesterol - Final Thoughts By the time you finish reading these last few paragraphs, another person has died of heart disease. Heart disease remains the No. 1 disease killer among North Americans. An estimated 1.2 million Americans will have a new or recurrent heart attack this year (2008 figures from the AHA). As a cardiovascular researcher, I am troubled to know that nearly 50... read more...

Cholesterol - Natural Alternatives

Cholesterol - Natural Alternatives As a conventionally trained medical doctor, I understand and appre-ciate the value of strong science. One of the myths associated with "natural medicine" is that these natural substances are not validated using trusted scientific methods. This is true in some cases and not true in others. In the case of cholesterol management both preventing high... read more...

Cholesterol - Diet And Lifestyle

Cholesterol - Diet And Lifestyle We've all heard the saying "You are what you eat." It makes sense then that if you eat a high cholesterol diet, you will have high cholesterol. As mentioned previously, the body manufactures the cholesterol it needs. To function properly, the body requires the vi-tamins, minerals, amino acids, and other nutrients it gleans from food. Although cholesterol is... read more...

Cholesterol - Understanding Cholesterol

Cholesterol - Understanding Cholesterol High cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease. A risk factor is a habit, trait, or condition that increases your risk of having a heart attack. There are two types of risk factors: those that can be modi-fied and those that can't. Risk factors that cannot be modified are gender, family history, and age. High cholesterol is a modifiable risk factor. In... read more...

Cholesterol - Introduction

Cholesterol - Introduction Keep The BeatWhen functioning properly, the human heart beats more than 100,000 times and pumps about 2,000 gallons of blood through your vessels every day. Millions of sophisticated heart cells intri-cately orchestrate the continual pumping of blood and oxygen through your veins. Your heart is about the size of your hand, and all of your arter-ies and blood... read more...

Dental Health - Xylitol`s Other Health Benefits

Dental Health - Xylitol`s Other Health Benefits As you've seen, xylitol plays an important role in dental health. But there's more to this sweetener than simply protecting your pearly whites. Research conducted in more than 40 countries around the world has shown that xylitol promotes upper-respiratory health, supports weight loss, increases bone density, and helps to stabilize blood sugar in people with... read more...

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