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A Day of Infamy Vitamin D3?

November 30, 2010 will go down in infamy in the history of modern medicine. It is the day the Food & Nutrition Board elected to marginally increase vitamin D requirements to 600 IU (that’s just 15 micrograms or 15/1000ths of a milligram) and the upper safe limit to 4000 IU (100 mcg), the point where blood levels only begin to rise.For comparison, 600 IU is equal to just 4 minutes of mid-day full-body summer sun exposure.

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Heartburn or Heart Attack?

A myth is that women are more likely to die from breast cancer. Let’s set the record straight here.
Women are protected by their hormones from cardio vascualr disease until Menopause which is
a term used to describe the permanent cessation of the primary functions of the human ovaries.
Menopause typically (but not always) occurs in women in midlife, during their late 40s or early 50s,
and signals the end of the fertile phase of a woman’s life.

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Vancouver 2010

Vancouver 2010 February February is not only Winter Olympic Month but also World Heart Month ending with a “wear red day” on the 26th of February in the UK. USA diflucan prescription drug Red Day was 5th February....

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A Toast a Day May Help the Heart

According to researchers from the University of Reading in the United Kingdom, champagne makes nitric oxide more available in blood vessels, which in turn assists in better regulation of blood pressure and a lower risk of blood clots. The benefit seems to come from polyphenols in the red grapes and white grapes used to make champagne, the study authors explained.

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Scared Of Triple Bypass Surgery

The mortality rate is less about 2% this includes all patients who have this procedure from the 39 year old in the video, myself at 47 years old right up to the elderly. My surgeon was Professor DJ Wheatley and when he came to see me he said “I would expect to operate on 100 guys just like you and not lose one”

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What Is Boxing Day?

How many people know just what Boxing Day is and why there’s no such thing as Boxing Day Blues?
Answer- Kids are all happy with there presents, the sales have started the football is back on TV and the food always tastes better. Everyone is chilled and the sales have started.

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