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Treating Disruptive Behavior In People With Dementia: Antipsychotic drugs are usually not the best choice
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Study: Drinking Coffee May Lower Your Heart Attack Risk

That morning cup of joe could be more than a little pick-me-up—it may actually be helping your heart. A new study published in the journal Heart, finds that people who drink three to five cups of coffee a day are less likely to develop clogged arteries that could lead to[...]

Five Heart Health Myths Exposed

This Heart Month let’s break the cycle on some common heart health myths. Myth #1 – Eggs and other foods high in cholesterol are unhealthy and to be avoided. The cholesterol in foods actually has little effect on most people’s cholesterol levels. In fact, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee’s recent[...]

Plumbing vs. Electricity: The Difference Between Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest

Just because you know your risk for a heart attack, doesn’t mean you know your risk for heart failure. Oftentimes people use the terms heart attack and cardiac arrest interchangeably, even though they are two distinct conditions. Heart Attack = Plumbing Issue You can think of a heart attack as[...]

Are You at Risk for Heart Attack Shoveling Snow?

Sure, it’s a wintertime chore, but did you know shoveling snow may put your heart at risk? The cold weather can tighten your blood vessels, making it harder for blood to pass. Couple that with the sudden increase in blood pressure and heart rate from the physical exertion of shoveling,[...]

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