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What lifestyle prevents heart disease? California cardiologist looks to the Amazon for answers

The Mercury News - Mar 21, 2017
Researchers took CT scans of the hearts of 705 Tsimane adults who live in the Bolivian Amazon. While 91 percent of Americans at age 80 have coronary artery disease, only 15 percent of Tsimane adults had risk of heart disease, which in most cases was ...

Suspected Coronary Artery Disease: Coronary CT Angiography vs Standard Care

The Cardiology Advisor (registration) - Mar 17, 2017
In a trial sequential analysis, researchers from Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania, compared coronary computed tomographic angiography (CCTA) with standard care in patients with suspected coronary artery disease ...

CAC scanning may be the most effective screening for coronary artery disease

Cardiovascular Business - Mar 8, 2017
A review of five prospective, randomized clinical trials found that a coronary artery calcium (CAC) scan could be the most effective way to screen for coronary artery disease in asymptomatic patients. The researchers noted that CAC scanning did not ...

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A Heart Disease Cure That Works!: What Your Doctor May Not Know. What Big Pharma Hopes You Don't Find Out.

by: David H Leake
How to Reverse, Cure and Prevent Coronary Artery Disease. No Rx Required! Six months before his death 18 years ago, a 93-year-old genius gave mankind an incredible gift -- a simple, low-cost way to reverse, even cure, heart disease. To keep it in the public domain, he and an associate registered U.S. Patent #5278189 so that pharmaceutical companies could not control it. Instead, he was made out to be an old fool. A desperate heart patient -- allergic to all statin drugs -- decided three years ago he had nothing to lose, and opted to try it.
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Practical Cardiovascular Medicine

by: Elias B. Hanna
Prepare yourself for success with this unique cardiology primer which distils the core information you require and presents it in an easily digestible format.