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Occasionally, rational people display symptoms of paranoia, delusional thoughts, and believe they hear voices, but these instances are generally one-offs and can be explained sensibly after the episode has passed. This isn’t the case for those who suffer from severe… Read More
Chances are that you’ve taken medication to treat a headache or muscle pain at one point or another, which can be purchased at your local pharmacy. They may take the form of Aleve or Motrin, but they all advertise as… Read More
Heart attacks can occur with varying severity, and just as a fracture may be hairline or major, a heart attack can be mild or massive. The severity of a heart attack is determined by the extent of the damage caused… Read More
In case you missed it, here is Bel Marra Health’s heart attack update, featuring information on unstable angina, heart attack symptoms in women, and heart failure.
There… Read More
Experiencing pain or discomfort in your chest can be alarming, but is it always a cause for concern? While chest pain is one of the cardinal symptoms of a heart attack, it has also been linked to a far less… Read More
We are all aware of the common tips for promoting heart health. Eating a balanced diet and frequently exercising are great preventive strategies. However, it pays to know what some unexpected heart attack triggers are, especially if you’re at risk.… Read More
One-quarter of all Americans who have a heart attack go on to experience heart failure, and researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have uncovered a new clue as to why.
After a heart attack, your immune system may elicit a… Read More
February is American Heart Month, which is the perfect time to brush up on your heart health knowledge. Check out some of Bel Marra Health’s latest articles that provide information on enlarged hearts, the risk of heart attack, how sleep… Read More
Nearly a quarter of the 700,000 Americans who suffer a heart attack annually go on to develop heart failure, but it has long been unclear how one cardiac even contributes to another. This prompted researchers at Perelman School of Medicine… Read More
February 3, 2017 was National Wear Red Day, an event held by the American Heart Association that raises awareness about the high risk of heart disease among women. Women have nearly double the risk of dying due to a heart … Read More
Researchers from Johns Hopkins University and Ohio State have developed a new method for predicting who is most at risk for developing thrombus. Thrombus occurs when blood clots form in the heart and can cause a disruption in blood flow,… Read More
Researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have developed new tools to help doctors predict the 10-year risk of developing cardiovascular disease. The team has created a set of risk charts specific to 182 countries that can… Read More
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