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FDA to Add Warning to Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines About Rare Heart Issues in Young

By Ernie Mundell and Robin Foster HealthDay Reporters THURSDAY, June 24, 2021 — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday that it will add a warning to the Pfizer and Moderna coronavirus vaccines about mild, rare cases of heart inflammation seen in some teens and young adults following vaccination. The news came after a… Read More »

Having ‘one or two alcoholic drinks’ a day may prevent heart disease, scientists say

Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol may help protect the heart by dampening stress-related signals in the brain, research suggests. S scientists found that when compared to being teetotal or indulging in excessive levels of alcohol, moderate drinking – equivalent to one drink for women and two for men per day – is associated with a… Read More »

Best fruits and vegetables for heart healthy diet

As long as they’re not which act as antioxidants and are the superstars of heart-healthy. If you don’t like pomegranates or can’t afford them, reach. These are high in carotenoids. Follow these tips for heart-healthy eating: Eat less saturated fats. Research we’re watching Published: May, Accessed Dec. Look for varieties that don’t such as sardines… Read More »

Low protein diet heart disease

Lembo G. Protfin Menu. Many null findings for diet-ischemic heart disease relations have been attributed disease wide intraindividual variation in diet protein Fish can be expensive, but you can save money by buying in bulk and cutting and freezing portions for up to six months. Women were divided into quintiles according to the percentage of… Read More »

How much salt for a heart healthy diet

Find out how much sodium you really need, what high-sodium foods to avoid, and ways to prepare and serve foods without adding sodium. If you’re like many people, you’re getting far more sodium than is recommended, and that could lead to serious health problems. You probably aren’t even aware of just how much sodium is… Read More »