heart disease

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Aspirin – Today And Every Day?

Today, New Year’s Day, is a day when many of us will turn to aspirin to help us recover from a long, eventful changing of the calendar. But maybe we should turn to what may be a wonder drug not only this day, or others like it, but every day. It turns our Aspirin may … Continue reading

Brewer’s Hart Has Heart – Joins Fight Against Heart Disease

I become more and more impressed with the Brewers organization and their involvement in the community and other causes including matching donations for a day, Nyjer Morgan promoting animal adoption, and making Miller Park a LEED certified green building. Now, Brewers right fielder Corey Hart is joining the seemingly endless work of the Brewers by … Continue reading

February Is American Heart Month

Perhaps chose because Valentine’s Day falls within it, February is appropriately National Heart Month in America. Heart disease kills an estimated 630,000 Americans each year. It’s the leading cause of death for both men and women. In the United States, the most common type of heart disease is coronary artery disease (CAD), which can lead to … Continue reading

Father’s Day & Men’s Health Concern #1: Heart Disease

It is almost too appropriate that on Father’s day and the last day of Men’s Health Week, the #1 concern is the Heart. On a day when we recognize our own – and other – fathers, learning about the heart – the strongest muscle, the source of life, and the proverbial source of emotion and love. … Continue reading



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