Heart disease is the number 1 cause of death for Americans and lately, it’s been getting a lot of attention. Many factors point to heart inflammation as being a leading factor in cardiovascular diseases like high blood pressure, atherosclerosis and other dangers leading to heart attack.Read More
Yellow skin patches around the eyelids indicate a raised risk of heart attack, a new study has found.
The patches, known as xanthelasmata, are also an indicator of heart disease.
However, the study found that white or grey rings around the cornea, or arcus corneae, are not linked to an increased risk of heart attack.
There are also many cures ranging from changing your lifestyle, to prescription drugs to open heart surgery. However the debate rages on as to what causes heart disease to begin with. High Cholesterol? Hypertention? Inflammation? Stress, Smoking?Read More