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Sticky: 7 Surprising Signs of an Unhealthy Heart
By Dixie
24398 1    
(33 votes)
At 2013-08-22 08:57:59
By Dixie
Entresto
By sophia
955 2    
(1 votes)
At 2017-03-13 12:23:29
By sophia
Sudden Death Warning over Faulty Heart Gene
By Greentea
1713 1    
(2 votes)
At 2017-02-02 07:25:06
By Greentea
Scientists Produce Functional Heart Pacemaker Cells
By Greentea
1178 1    
(1 votes)
At 2016-12-15 08:00:12
By Greentea
Calcium Supplements 'Dramatically Increase Risk of Heart Attacks'
By Greentea
11587 1    
(9 votes)
At 2016-10-13 07:33:07
By Greentea
Researchers Discover the Point at Which Maximum Sitting Time Starts to Harm Your Heart
By Dixie
3651 1    
(4 votes)
At 2016-07-21 10:14:29
By Dixie
Risks of heart attack, stroke may outweigh benefits of calcium supplement
By Health_Freedoms
6966 1    
(3 votes)
At 2016-05-16 19:48:38
By Health_Freedoms
Eating too much added sugar really is killing you: Study
By Greentea
7027 1    
(8 votes)
At 2014-02-13 07:04:02
By Greentea
Some 'healthy' vegetable oils may actually increase risk of heart disease
By Health_Freedoms
6201 1    
(4 votes)
At 2013-11-11 15:21:32
By Health_Freedoms
Energy Drinks May Put Heart at Risk
By Health_Freedoms
4719 1    
(4 votes)
At 2013-03-25 08:10:19
By Health_Freedoms
Most sudden cardiac deaths in young people do not occur during sports
By Dixie
3282 1    
(2 votes)
At 2012-11-06 11:20:35
By Dixie
Calcium pills pose 'heart risk'
By Dixie
3677 1    
(3 votes)
At 2012-05-24 08:44:58
By Dixie
Heart attack with no chest pain more likely in women
By Dixie
3389 1    
(2 votes)
At 2012-02-23 11:20:35
By Dixie
Non-drug A-Fib: recovery,- lasting 6 years now - with all parameters back to normal ranges.
By Hans J. Kugler, PhD
3474 1    
(1 votes)
At 2011-11-20 16:49:11
By Hans J. Kugler, PhD
Coronary Heart Disease Risk Linked To Long Work Hours
By Greentea
3484 2    
(4 votes)
At 2011-08-10 04:41:16
By Erich
Bacteria Eyed for Possible Role in Atherosclerosis
By Greentea
3182 1    
(2 votes)
At 2011-01-23 18:31:40
By Greentea
Persistently noisy workplace more than doubles heart disease risk
By Greentea
4090 3    
(2 votes)
At 2010-10-14 17:35:38
By Lucky
Calcium is good for our bones...but could too much be bad for our hearts?
By Greentea
3602 2    
(1 votes)
At 2010-09-09 15:51:27
By william hawk
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