All Blood, Heart & Circulation Topics

Circulatory System Diseases Oct 22, 2014

The incidence of circulatory system disorders is increasing with every passing day due to sedentary life style, inactivity and high intake of processed fast food. It is time to take necessary steps to reduce the incidence by educating yourself about the primary circulatory system diseases listed in this article. View Full Article...

How Does the Body Control Blood Sugar Levels? Oct 22, 2014

The question, “how does the body control blood sugar levels,” is always a very complicated one to answer. Read on to understand how liver and pancreas regulate insulin and glucagon levels to stabilize blood sugar. View Full Article...

What Should My Pulse Be? Oct 22, 2014

The pulse rate helps to indicate how hard your heart is working. Knowing how to measure your pulse and what your average pulse should be can help you determine if you are at the right stage of cardiovascular health. View Full Article...

Rheumatic Heart Disease Oct 19, 2014

Rheumatic heart disease is a serious condition that can result in permanent heart valve damage. Understanding the causes of rheumatic heart disease, the best way to prevent it, and the best course of treatment are critical to managing this condition. View Full Article...

How to Control High Blood Pressure Sep 26, 2014

There is likelihood that you are suffering from high blood pressure and you probably do not know it. Find out the symptoms associated to HBP and how to control high blood pressure. View Full Article...

Normal HDL - Understanding and Managing Cholesterol Levels Sep 23, 2014

Cholesterol is essential for conducting basic bodily functions. We should maintain a normal HDL, LDL and overall cholesterol level. One is recommended to include physical activity and aim for healthy foods to protect against risks. View Full Article...

Causes of Coronary Heart Disease Sep 22, 2014

Causes of coronary heart disease are linked mostly to unhealthy lifestyle, such as smoking, poor eating habits and lack of exercise. These factors can lead to chronic diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure, which are associated with heart disease. View Full Article...

First Aid for Heart Attack Sep 22, 2014

This article deals with first aid for heart attack — the possible causes and symptoms. We discussed the ways of providing first aid step by step, as well as the things we should never do in case of a heart attack. View Full Article...

Low Hemoglobin Sep 22, 2014

Low hemoglobin is a sign that your body isn't getting the oxygen it needs. These home remedies can help you overcome low hemoglobin, and these lists of symptoms can help you decide when it's time to get to the doctor. View Full Article...

Blood Being Too Thin Sep 22, 2014

Blood being too thing can cause the continual bleeding of a cut or nose. It is important to avoid some foods that thin blood and learn home remedies to stop bleeding. Seek medical help if the bleeding cannot be stopped. View Full Article...

 
 
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