In medicine cabinets across America, especially where seniors reside, there will always be that familiar bottle of aspirin. It may… Read more An Aspirin A Day May Not Keep The Doctor Away!
February is Heart Disease Awareness Month and we are being constantly reminded of all the well-known heart disease risk-factors such… Read more Heart Attack from the Flu? How Common Infections Can Trigger Heart Attacks and Strokes
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A local El Dorado, Arkansas NBC news station ( www.myarklamiss.com) reported on February 11, 2019, that too many heart attack… Read more Critical Alert: Call 911 Immediately!!! Do Not Drive Yourself to the E.R. If You Suspect That You Are Having A Heart Attack!!!
A new Rutgers University study, recently published in the journal, Blood Pressure, rings the alarm that extremely high blood pressure,… Read more African-Americans Now Five Times the National Average for Extremely High Blood Pressure Rates And Are At A Much Higher Risk Than Any Other Group for Blood Pressure Emergencies