Friday, October 24, 2014

Heart Disease

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People with diabetes face an increased risk of dying from serious heart disease. Steps to reduce heart risk should be taken as well as talking to a cardiologist and endocrinologist about controlling blood sugar and maintaining a healthy diet and exercise routine.

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You won't read it in the mainstream press. But the most significant study ever of the effect of saturated fat on our hearts appeared Wednesday. In fact, I couldn't find any mainstream articles about it today. Not one of the four sources that I rely on heavily for leads to new studies has carried a word about this one. In fact, another source,…

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