By Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter Read paper
Wednesday, May. 29, 2019
Heart disease deaths in middle-aged women on the rise
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thumbnail Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. Death rates from heart disease are rising for middle-aged adults — white women, in particul…
Stress from work, home can harm women's hearts. Here's what to do.
www­.heart­.org - Shared by Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter
thumbnail Even with supportive spouses, many women still find themselves helping the kids with homework and cleaning up household messes, often while scrambling to make dinner after a 10-hour workday filled wi…
Daily Habits to Prevent Heart Disease
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thumbnail Coronary heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States today. While death rates from heart disease have been dropping over the past decade, it’s still a widespread problem. So w…
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, but the research has long favored men
www­.latimes­.com - Shared by Dr. Linda Worrall-Carter
thumbnail Thanks to the American Heart Assn., advocacy groups and scientists pushing for the inclusion of sex as a biological variable in medical research, real progress is being made in women’s heart health. …
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Hiking Benefits Heart, Mind, and Body
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thumbnail You can get more out of your hiking with these fitness-boosting strategies. Start slow. A short, local hike is best for beginners. Gradually work up to trails with hills or uneven terrain. Use poles.…
Want a healthy heart? Don't ever smoke, doctor says | CBC News
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thumbnail To encourage thoughtful and respectful conversations, first and last names will appear with each submission to CBC/Radio-Canada's online communities (except in children and youth-oriented communities…
Why it's time for a total ban on trans fat – the 'tobacco of nutrition'
www­.telegraph­.co­.uk - Shared by The Telomere Effect
thumbnail Although trans fat causes the highest number of deaths in low- and middle-income countries, almost all policy action to date has been in wealthy countries. This means that heart disease and death cau…
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