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Heart to heart: A Q&A with a Yale cardiologist

02.23.2015 · Posted in Heart Health Awareness

Yale School of Medicine press release February is American Heart Month and the ideal time to put a spotlight on heart health. In light of the fact that heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, YaleNews spoke to cardiologist and assistant professor at Yale School ...

Living With Chronic Gout – A Guide from WebMD

02.23.2015 · Posted in COPD - Living With It

What Is Gout? Gout is a kind of arthritis caused by a buildup of uric acid crystals in the joints. Uric acid is a breakdown product of purines that are part of many foods we eat. An abnormality in handling uric acid and crystallization of these compounds in joints can cause attacks of painful arthritis, ...

5 Weird Signs You’re Way Too Anxious

02.23.2015 · Posted in COPD - Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety and worry manifest in some pretty obvious ways—sweaty palms, shaky legs, shortness of breath, feeling like you might throw up everything you’ve ever eaten. But there are other, surprisingly common symptoms so strange that you wonder how on earth they could possibly be connected to your worried state. Here are 5 weird ones you ...

Griswold man sues drug maker over side effects

02.20.2015 · Posted in COPD - Medications and Treatment

Eyewitness News WFSB 3 Connecticut A common antibiotic is drawing some attention in Connecticut after some patients experienced scary side effects. A Griswold man said this drug has taken a serious toll on his body and completely changed his life. Mark Wickerd was suffering from chronic respiratory and sinus infections, so his physician prescribed him ...

McCormick Products Not Involved in Recent Peanut Contamination of Cumin

02.19.2015 · Posted in copd nutrition

February 19, 2015 -McCormick & Company, Incorporated (NYSE: MKC), a global leader in flavor, today released the following statement in response to the FDA Consumer Advisory regarding the recent episodes of peanut contamination of cumin. Due to the FDA Consumer Advisory and increased attention surrounding peanut contamination of cumin in the marketplace, we want to ...

Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes Should Exercise After Dinner

02.19.2015 · Posted in COPD - Exercise

Exercising after a meal can more effectively reduce risks of cardiovascular disease MU News Bureau Individuals with Type 2 diabetes have heightened amounts of sugars and fats in their blood, which increases their risks for cardiovascular diseases such as strokes and heart attacks. Exercise is a popular prescription for individuals suffering from the symptoms of ...

Nationwide study reports shifts in Americans’ use of natural products

02.11.2015 · Posted in COPD - Living With It

NIH News A nationally representative survey shows that natural product use in the United States has shifted since 2007, with some products becoming more popular and some falling out of favor. Overall, natural products (dietary supplements other than vitamins and minerals) remain the most common complementary health approach. The complementary health questionnaire was developed by ...