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Metoprolol tartrate vs. metoprolol succinate

Metoprolol tartrate vs. metoprolol succinate

Metoprolol tartrate and metoprolol succinate are different salt forms of the same active ingredient, metoprolol. Although these medications are similar, they have slightly different uses and effects. Metoprolol belongs to a class of drugs called beta-blockers. These drugs work by slowing down a person’s heart rate and lowering their blood pressure. Doctors often prescribe beta-blockers […]

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Personal income may increase risk of heart disease

Personal income may increase risk of heart disease

Income levels, if they are unstable, can easily turn into a stressor. However, the volatility of personal income could be having a more serious effect on people’s heart health. Does how much money we earn affect cardiovascular health? It is often expected that a person’s income will constantly rise until they reach retirement age. However, […]

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What are the benefits of CoQ10?

What are the benefits of CoQ10?

Coenzyme Q10 is an essential chemical that the body produces naturally. A deficiency of this chemical can have adverse effects, and coenzyme Q10 supplements may offer health benefits. In this article, we discuss the health benefits and risks of taking coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) supplements. What to know about CoQ10 CoQ10 is a naturally produced chemical […]

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Stroke, Heart Events Can Sideline You From Work

Stroke, Heart Events Can Sideline You From Work

By Serena GordonHealthDay Reporter Latest Heart News MONDAY, Jan. 7, 2019 (HealthDay News) — After having a stroke, heart attack or cardiac arrest, people are less likely to be employed than their healthy peers, new research shows. Even if they are working, they may earn significantly less than people who haven’t had a stroke or […]

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Job Insecurity May Take a Toll on Your Heart

Job Insecurity May Take a Toll on Your Heart

By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter Latest Heart News MONDAY, Jan. 7, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Losing a job or taking a big pay cut is hard on more than just your checkbook — it might drastically increase your risk of heart attack, stroke, heart failure or death. A new study finds that people who endure large […]

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6 incredible cases of autosurgery

6 incredible cases of autosurgery

In this Spotlight, we will discuss six examples of self-surgery. The stories that follow are gruesome and unusual. Although they are not for the fainthearted, they are fascinating. Self-surgery is uncommon, thankfully. Surgery is normally a skillful, delicate procedure that involves a surgeon and a patient. However, over the years, for many reasons, one of […]

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Heart failure: Flu vaccine could save lives

Heart failure: Flu vaccine could save lives

People with heart failure are more susceptible to flu complications than other people. However, a new study has revealed that flu vaccinations may have a significant impact on lifespan. The importance of the flu vaccine receives a further boost in a new study. Most doctors, scientists, and other medical professionals consider flu vaccinations to be […]

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How does yo-yo dieting affect our heart health?

How does yo-yo dieting affect our heart health?

Sticking to a strict diet can be challenging, so our eating patterns can fluctuate wildly. A new study looks at how these changes might impact cardiovascular health. How does eating well intermittently affect our heart? As we roll into 2019, many people will be trying out new diet regimes. For many of us, sticking to […]

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Can exercise lower blood pressure as effectively as drugs?

Can exercise lower blood pressure as effectively as drugs?

Millions of people live with high blood pressure, which can place them at risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. For this condition, doctors typically prescribe blood-lowering drugs, but could exercise help just as well? A new study suggests that exercise can be just as effective as drugs when it comes to keeping blood pressure under control. […]

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Could a Little Drinking Help Those With Heart Failure?

Could a Little Drinking Help Those With Heart Failure?

Latest Heart News FRIDAY, Dec. 28, 2018 (HealthDay News) — A new study suggests that an occasional drink won’t harm, and might even help seniors with heart failure. Heart failure patients who drank in moderation — a drink a day for women, two for men — had an average survival that was a year longer […]