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All posts tagged "heart attack"
Cholesterol Pill May Boost Sex Drive
Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs May Boost a Man's Sex Life: Study
- Posted March 30, 2014
Heart Attack Prevention
There is a specific check-list to help prevent or reduce risk of a heart attack.
- Posted July 29, 2013
Can Being Heavy Ever be Healthy?
If you are severely overweight and tried everything to lose weight don't give up. Controlling your weight can positively impact risk for diabetes, some cancers, and heart disease. Eat to live.
- Posted June 17, 2013
Eat to Live
More than 38,000 black males die each year due to cardiovascular disease in the United States.
- Posted March 3, 2013
Steroids Make You Stupid- Not Superman!
Steroid abuse may lead to serious, even irreversible, health problems like kidney impairment or failure; damage to the liver; and cardiovascular problems including enlargement of the heart, high blood pressure, risk of stroke and heart attack (even...
- Posted October 7, 2012
Dentists Can Help Reduce Your Heart Attack Risk
Research suggests that people who visit the dentist regularly to have their teeth cleaned may lower their risk for heart attack or stroke. Given the disparity among black men for heart attacks and strokes, this is more...
- Posted March 1, 2012
State of Emergency: Black Men’s Health
New documentary series on black men's health coming soon from Angela de Joseph, a former Essence magazine beauty editor. Stay tuned for details on the release date.
- Posted November 21, 2011
Is Red Meat Still For You?
For some, red meat, a great tasting steak is the ultimate pleasure for a foodie. But it is possible to have too much of a good thing. This is my relationship to red meat.
- Posted September 27, 2011