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How You Beat Heart Problems
Pacemakers: missing the beat
Aspirin becomes a killer if you have a heart problem
Aspirin is supposed to help prevent heart disease—but once you have the condition, the drug can be fatal.
Happy people don’t get heart disease
Accentuating the positive can help you live longer. People who are generally happy and satisfied with their lives are far less likely to develop heart disease—and the happier you are, the smaller the...
Supplements for heart problems
As well as lifestyle changes you can make, you can also reduce your risk of heart failure and illness by taking daily supplements.
Heart Problems: Prevention
Here are some changes you can make to your daily life and diet that will have a positive effect on heart health:
Heart Problems: Alternative treatments
Despite the battalion of drugs and aggressive surgery on offer to anyone with a heart condition, there’s plenty of evidence that suggests a change in lifestyle – including a diet that excludes process...
An overview of the different types of heart surgery and their dangers.
Drugs for heart disease
There is a wide range of drugs that are designed either to reduce the risk of heart disease or prevent a reoccurrence.
Causes of heart disease
It’s not too controversial to suggest that one of the chief causes of the epidemic of heart disease in the West is the industrialisation of our food supply, and the production of processed, packaged f...
Recognising a heart attack
How do you know if you’re having a heart attack? There are three main symptoms of a heart attack:
Diseases of the heart
Heart disease remains the biggest killer in the West. The immediate cause of death is a ‘sudden’ heart attack but this is the end-point of the slow progression of coronary heart disease (CHD) or coron...
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29 Nov 2013
Light in the darkness
Increasingly, those at the very centre of Establishment medicine are joining the ranks of whistleblowers like What Doctors Don’t Tell You in shining a light on the dirty secrets of mainstream me...
5 Nov 2013
The inconvenient truth
A small group of people tried to prevent you from reading this issue of What Doctors Don’t Tell You . They pressurized shops to stop selling our magazine and they were prepared to ...
26 Sep 2013
If we were asked to name the deadliest weapon dispersed during the 20th century, we wouldn’t choose the A-bomb or the efficient gas chambers of Auschwitz or drone warfare, or even sophisticated ...
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The WDDTY news clip suggests that dementia is declining because of better diet. I believe that it is better dental health in the younger generation that accounts for the improvement. In th...
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