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Nonalcoholic Wine Lowers Blood Pressure

One of the dangers of drinking alcohol is that it can raise blood pressure. But a new study shows that wine lovers may be able to imbibe, as long as their beverage of choice is nonalcoholic. This new study, which was published in the journal Ci...

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Could Election Day Really Affect Your Health?

Tomorrow’s Election Day not only brings with it the opportunity to cast your ballot, but also health risks that range from traffic accidents to an increased risk of heart attacks and stroke, says top cardiologist Dr. Chauncey Crandall.


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Beware of Post-Hurricane Heart Attack Risk

Victims of “superstorm” Sandy are at a huge increased risk for a heart attack or stroke in the wake of disaster, says a top Palm Beach cardiologist.

However, there are precautions those affected by the hurricane can take to safeguard the...

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Vitamin C Supplements Lower Blood pressure

Dr. Crandall shares with us a new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, which has provided further evidence linking vitamin C intake to lower blood pressure.

Researchers from Johns Hopkins University School of Medici...

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Beat Diabetes In 3 Easy Steps!

How to Beat Diabetes in Three Steps

Dr. Chauncey Crandall warns that diabetes puts millions of people at risk of blindness, stroke, heart disease, and more. But, once again, Dr. Crandall reminds us- it doesn’t have to be that way.

In a ...

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Millions Have Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure

Nearly half of about 67 million Americans with high blood pressure are not effectively treating their condition and face a high risk of a heart attack or stroke, a U.S. health official said on Tuesday.

About 36 million people have uncontroll...

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Neil Armstrong’s Heart Disease Battle

The death of America’s most famous astronaut Neil Armstrong due to complications following quadruple heart bypass surgery might seem surprising, considering how routine this major operation has become.

But a top cardiologist warns that byp...

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