Many men with low testosterone report improved energy levels, sex drive, and mood after testosterone treatment. If testosterone is low, why not replace it? Not so fast. A low testosterone level by itself doesn’t need treatment. Testosterone replacement therapy can have side effects, and the long-term risks and benefits aren’t known. Only men with symptoms […]
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How much alcohol is “safe” to drink on a daily basis? For some, no amount of alcohol is safe to take in. It is highly addictive and, as tolerance level increases, control decreases. Alcohol’s Affect on the Heart Numerous studies suggest that moderate alcohol consumption helps protect against heart disease by raising HDL (good) cholesterol […]
Snoring can get a little annoying, especially for someone listening to it. But when a snorer repeatedly stops breathing for brief moments, it can lead to cardiovascular problems and potentially be life-threatening. It’s a condition known as sleep apnea, in which the person may experience pauses in breathing five to 30 times per hour or […]
Silent heart attacks occur when blood flow to the heart is stopped, but there are no obvious symptoms. “Silent” Heart Attacks Common in Middle-Aged Adults Nearly half of all heart attacks go unnoticed. Nearly half of all heart attacks go unnoticed in middle-aged adults, according to the results of a large U.S. study published […]
This story appears in the June 22, 2015, issue of Sports Illustrated. About a decade ago Jack Riley, the DEA’s chief of operations, recognized that high school athletes were becoming “unwitting customers of the cartels,” which target people susceptible to prescription-drug abuse. The number of addicts and overdose victims has grown substantially since then. “In […]
CoQ10 is a nutrient, discovered by Fred Crane in 1957, that has profound effects on our levels of energy, stamina, organ health, immune system functionality and more. You can find CoQ10 in fish, like sardines and mackerel, as well as beef and peanuts. Our cells require this coenzyme to function properly on a day-to-day […]
Dr. Berg discusses potassium and the importance of this electrolyte. Your heart, your fluid, your energy, your nutrients in and out of the cell is dependent on the sodium and potassium pump. However, potassium is the most difficult to get from the diet. High levels of cortisol (stress), insulin, sugar, diuretics, excessive […]
A new study finds that eating a side of peanuts with your meal may help keep your arteries healthy and prevent against cardiovascular diseases. A new study finds that including peanuts with a meal helps keep your arteries stronger after eating — an important factor in allowing healthy blood flow, which lowers your risk […]
Worrying You Don’t Get Enough Exercise Can Cut Lifespan Thinking about you’re not working out enough can cut short your lifespan, a new study finds. Researchers at Stanford University looked at data samples from three nationally representative surveys with over 61,000 American adults, which contained info on weight, activity levels, whether one smoked, […]
Compared with previous hypertension treatment guidelines, the JNC 8 guidelines advise higher blood pressure goals and less use of several types of antihypertensive medications. The new JNC 8 guidelines emphasize control of systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) with age– and comorbidity-specific treatment cutoffs. The new guidelines also introduce new […]
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