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Learn How You Can Prevent + Even REVERSE Heart Disease! [VIDEO]

February is Heart Awareness Month, and African-Americans have a 70 percent higher rate of heart disease than any other race.

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Beer May Be Good For Your Heart?

There's word that drinking beer may be good for your heart. I'm serious! A review of 18 studies on booze finds that, in moderation, beer can actually be good for you!

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Aaron’s Million Hearts Story:Preventing Heart Attacks And Strokes [VIDEO]

"Million Hearts" hopes to prevent one-million heart attacks and strokes over the next five years. The National Initiative is brought to you by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The program's new video features "Aaron" who survived a near fatal heart attack at the age of 42 and now considers himself to be living in life's "bonus round."

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Watch Out For Hidden Salt!

Most of us know to avoid excess salt in our diets . But a new study from the federal Centers For Disease Control and Prevention says many foods have high levels of salt we're not even aware of!

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We May Fall For Salt Early; New Study

New research suggests parents should be very careful about what kind of snacks they feed their infant children. Starchy foods like crackers may lead to a taste for salt and salty foods in later life.

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Sugary Drinks Lead To Heart Disease In Women – New Study

As little as two servings a day of sugary drinks - sugar-sweetened soft drinks, sweetened mineral water, and "regular" nonalcoholic beer are some examples - leads to increased risk of heart disease and diabetes in women, according to a new study.

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New Report Says Light Drinking Adds To Breast Cancer Risk

For some time now, researchers have known that heavy alcohol use increases a woman's risk for breast cancer. Now a new analysis reveals that even light drinking, as little as three to six glasses of wine a week, can add to a woman's risk by as much as 15%.

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