By Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter Read paper
Thursday, Jul. 4, 2019
When it comes to health, men and women should not be treated equal
news­.ohsu­.edu - Shared by Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter
thumbnail In a world rightfully striving for gender equality, there should be one exception: health For the majority of health conditions – from diabetes to pulmonary disease – clinical evidence tells us that …
What you need to know about pregnancy and heart disease
www­.nowtolove­.com­.au - Shared by Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter
thumbnail During pregnancy, a woman's heart rate is estimated to increase by at least 25 per cent. This can place women at a higher risk of a range of heart conditions - some of which are easy to manage once d…
One in two referred to GP following free heart check - Irish Heart
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thumbnail The evaluation of Mobile Health Unit visitors in 2017 and 2018 also revealed that 56 per cent drank alcohol, with 9 per cent drinking in excess of the guidelines, and one in four were inactive five d…
Work stress and poor sleep associated with heart disease
www­.news-medical­.net - Shared by Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter
thumbnail A new study has reinforced the belief that work related stress and impaired sleep could be directly associated with raised blood pressure and risk of death due to heart disease. The results of the st…
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Renee's Story | Pregnancy & Blood Pressure
www­.hri­.org­.au - Shared by Heart Research Institute
thumbnail Renee was assured throughout her pregnancy that everything was okay, even though she knew something wasn’t right. She adds, “It was really hard to find someone to take me seriously”. She felt her con…
Yoga and its heart-healthy benefits
scrubbing­.in - Shared by Baylor Scott & White
thumbnail Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S. Smoking, high blood pressure, a lack of exercise, high cholesterol, anger and stress are some of the key risk factors for dev…
Heart Attack at 49—America’s Biggest Killer Makes a Deadly Comeback
www­.wsj­.com - Shared by Dan McCoy, MD
thumbnail Heart Attack at 49—America’s Biggest Killer Makes a Deadly Comeback Younger people, women and nonsmokers are more likely to be victims of the crisis in cardiovascular health, driven by skyrocketing o…
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