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         Heart Disease:     more books (101)
  1. Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease: The Revolutionary, Scientifically Proven, Nutrition-Based Cure by Jr., M.D., Caldwell B. Esselstyn, 2008-01-31
  2. Dr. Dean Ornish's Program for Reversing Heart Disease: The Only System Scientifically Proven to Reverse Heart Disease Without Drugs or Surgery by Dean Ornish, 1995-12-30
  3. NO More Heart Disease: How Nitric Oxide Can Prevent--Even Reverse--Heart Disease and Strokes by Louis Ignarro, 2006-01-24
  4. Reverse Heart Disease Now: Stop Deadly Cardiovascular Plaque Before It's Too Late by Stephen T. Sinatra, James C. Roberts, 2008-01-18
  5. Pathophysiology of Heart Disease: A Collaborative Project of Medical Students and Faculty, 4th Edition
  6. Illustrated Field Guide to Congenital Heart Disease and Repair - LARGE FORMAT by Allen D. Everett, Scott Lim, 2008-01
  7. Braunwald's Heart Disease: A Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine, 2-Volume Set: Expert Consult Premium Edition - Enhanced Online Features and Print by Robert O. Bonow MD, Douglas L. Mann MDFACC, et all 2011-01-31
  8. Reversing Heart Disease: A Vital New Program to Help Prevent, Treat, and Eliminate Cardiac Problems Without Surgery by Julian M. Whitaker, 2002-03-01
  9. The First Year: Heart Disease: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by Lawrence D. Chilnick, 2008-01-23
  10. Diagnosis and Management of Adult Congenital Heart Disease: Expert Consult - Online and Print by Michael A. Gatzoulis MDPhD, Gary D. Webb MD, et all 2010-10-29
  11. Heart Disease for Dummies by James M. Rippe M.D., 2004-02-20
  12. Braunwald's Heart Disease: A Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine, Single Volume (Heart Disease (Braunwald) (Single Vol)) by Peter Libby MD, Robert O. Bonow MD, et all 2007-10-16
  13. Take a Load off Your Heart: 109 Things You Can Actually Do to Prevent, Halt and Reverse Heart Disease by Joseph C. Piscatella, Barry A. Franklin, 2003-02-15

1. American Heart Association
Information and education about heart and stroke disease.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Organizations...... An Early Start on Helping Your Heart heart disease begins in childhoodand so must prevention efforts, according to new guidelines.
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2. Nutrition, Health & Heart Disease; Cause & Prevention
will improve your general health and prevent or help heart disease. This notfor-profit public interest site looks at
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Tips On How To Have A Healthy Heart If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, what would it take to avoid a heart surgeon? Would you believe a good vitamin + mineral supplement ? Add to that some omega-3 oil (canola, flax, fish) and a diet high in fiber but low in processed foods and hydrogenation hardened fat. Also, maintain a good lifestyle (don't smoke, control weight, some exercise and manage stress well) and you will improve your general health and prevent or help heart disease.
This not-for-profit public interest site looks at the food, supplement and prevention side of the picture because of my long-term interest in nutritional research. Nutrition is my interest, not my job, so this site doesn't generate money or sell anything. You'll find tips and info that are likely to improve your health, your "distance to disease". So what's a healthy diet? Science shows that it is a varied diet of relatively unprocessed foods that include veggies, whole fruits, (brown) rice, and grains that retain part of their original kernel- structure . Those are the foods that became scarce in Western diets. If you can't recognize part of the original food, the item is processed or refined.

3. Congenital Heart Information Network
Interactive forums, Internet links, and peerreviewed informational materials for families, adults with CHD, and health professionals.
Welcome to our site! C.H.I.N. is an international organization that provides reliable information, support services and resources to families of children with congenital heart defects and acquired heart disease, adults with congenital heart defects, and the professionals who work with them. February 14 is
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4. The Heart Disease And Cardiology Home Page
heart disease information resource with feature articles, net picks, chat and BB, and a free email Category Health Medicine Medical Specialties Cardiology......Search in this topic. Web Hosting. Hi, I'm Richard N. Fogoros, your Guide to HeartDisease/Cardiology. heart disease/Cardiology.
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CRP levels may guide statin use in angioplasty and stenting Ephedra: all risk, no benefit New study demonstrates multi-organ risk, without the weight loss or athletic improvement. Did You Know? When you see the cardiologist, you will get better care if you have a basic understanding of your heart, your symptoms, your risk factors, and your heart disorder. Cardiology 101 - The Basics Email this page! Sponsored Links CoQ10 and Congestive Heart Failure Cardiovascular diseases, including congestive heart failure (CHF), have been successfully treated with Q-Gel CoQ10 supplementation. Find out more. Top-rated site. Free information.

5. National Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute (NHLBI)
Information for patients and professionals about heart disease, diagnostic procedures, research, and treatments. http// (Cost to Advertiser $0.26). heart disease and The CReactive Protein Test

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6. WebMD Health - Heart Disease
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8. BBCi Health - The Heart Disease Guide - Homepage
Guide to coronary heart disease, its causes, effects and treatment. However the medical advances of recent decades means that having heart disease is no longer a death sentence.






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About heart disease Prevention approaches Welcome to BBC HEALTH's Heart Disease guide website There are some 270,000 heart attacks in the UK each year. However the medical advances of recent decades means that having heart disease is no longer a death sentence. This website looks at coronary heart disease , its causes and the treatments available, and how to reduce your risks of heart disease . There's also a section dedicated to heart disease organisations and support services Test your knowledge about angina and heart failure with our interactive quizzes. All the material on this site has been written Patsy Westcott and medically reviewed by the British Heart Foundation Site launched June 2001 All content within BBCi HEALTH is provided for general information only, and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your own doctor or any other health care professional. The BBC is not responsible or liable for any diagnosis made by a user based on the content of the BBCi HEALTH website. The BBC is not liable for the contents of any external internet sites listed, nor does it endorse any commercial product or service mentioned or advised on any of the sites. Always consult your own GP if you're in any way concerned about your health. Heart Disease Topics Home About Heart Disease Prevention Approaches Find out more

heart disease resource with useful information on determining and reducing disease risks. With FAQs, advice about chest pain, Q As and links Nutrition and heart disease. Do you know the best foods to reduce your risk?
Peripheral Arterial Disease: A Patient Guide

A form of atherosclerosis, PAD occurs in the hundreds of arteries outside of the heart. Women More Likely to Develop Acute Renal Failure Following Open-Heart Surgery
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10. British Heart Foundation (BHF) A Charity That Aims To Play A Leading Role In The
Playing a leading role in fighting heart disease over the last 40 years
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11. Take Wellness To Heart
Resource addresses the occurrence of heart disease and stroke in women. Learn about the warning signs for heart problems.

12. Hardin MD : Circulatory System & Heart Disease
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13. Children: Heart Disease & Health
The normal heart, defects, heart murmurs, kawasaki disease, treatment, school programs and feeding Category Health Child Health Cardiovascular Disorders......Children heart disease Health, Kawasaki disease is an example of acquired heartdisease that occurs primarily in children who are 5 years old or younger.
The two types of heart disease in children are "congenital" and "acquired." Congenital heart disease (also known as a congenital heart defect) is present at birth. Some defects in this category are patent ductus arteriosis, atrial septal defects and ventricular septal defects. Acquired heart disease, which develops sometime during childhood, includes diseases such as Kawasaki disease, rheumatic fever and infective endocarditis. Common diagnostic tests for these diseases are explained here.
About 40,000 children are born with a heart defect each year. Most of these children can benefit from surgery even if the defect is severe. When surgery is necessary, many medical treatments are available to help the heart work properly. There is nothing that parents could have done to prevent these defects. Learn about conditions that can interfere with the work of the heart and treatment options in this section. Kawasaki disease is an example of acquired heart disease that occurs primarily in children who are 5 years old or younger. Although medical knowledge of the disease is still developing, there are steps you can take to recognize the symptoms and deal with the disease's effects. At least 8 of every 1,000 infants born each year have a heart defect. About 1 million Americans with cardiovascular defects are alive today. Though research is ongoing, at least 35 defects have now been identified.

14. An Index Of Information Presented On The Heart Disease And Cardiology Home Page
A resource library of categorized links on heart disease and surgery. The sections on heart surgery Category Health Medicine Surgery Cardiothoracic...... for thousands of deaths each year. Other forms of vascular heartdisease also cause substantial mortality and loss of function.
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Angioplasty (PTCA) and stents

Angioplasty (or PTCA) is a catheterization procedure in which blocked coronary arteries are unblocked using balloons, tiny drills, laser or other techniques. Stents are tiny metal scaffolds that are applied to the inside of a diseased artery, then expanded to hold the artery open. Aortic aneurysm and vascular disease
Aortic aneurysm, or dilation of the aorta, is responsible for thousands of deaths each year. Other forms of vascular heart disease also cause substantial mortality and loss of function. Arrhythmias and their treatment
Cardiac arrhythmias, or heart rhythm disturbances, can be entirely benign, or highly lethal. Telling the difference, and knowing how aggressively to treat, can present a true challenge. Cardiac drugs
This page links to sites providing information on the multitude of drugs used to treat heart disease.

15. National Coalition For Women With Heart Disease - WomenHeart
Web site offers information and interactive features, such as a Bulletin Board and a My Journal section .Category Health Conditions and Diseases heart disease Women......National Coalition for Women with heart disease. Click here to access toolsthat help you understand your heart disease and how best to treat it.
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16. Heart Disease Unreported Killer Of Women, Smoking A Factor [02/02/99]
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Excerpts from For women, increased awareness is the key to prevention. By MICHELE HAMILTON, Los Angeles Times Heart disease has long been considered an illness of men; in fact, it is more prevalent in women. More than 500,000 women die each year from heart attacks and strokes10 times more than die from breast cancer. To combat this problem, every woman must become more aware of heart disease risks and take active steps to reduce those risks. First, the bad news. When having a heart attack, a woman is less likely to suffer typical symptoms, reducing the chance that either she or her doctor will recognize the diagnosis. She is also less likely than a man to seek immediate medical attention, increasing the probability of dying or having major damage from the heart attack. Unfortunately, standard treatments such as "clot busting" drugs, angioplasty (using a balloon to open blocked arteries) and bypass surgery, though generally quite effective in women, pose greater risks than they do in men. Also, our common diagnostic tests (like the treadmill stress test) were initially designed for men and have turned out to be less accurate for women. As a result, for women, treadmill tests need to be supplemented with imaging techniques such as echocardiography (ultrasound) or nuclear images (using intravenous radioisotopes).

17. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - Heart Disease
Covering cardiovascular diseases and treatments. Table of contents, author guidelines, editorial Category Health Medicine Journals Cardiology......
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18. Medical College Of Wisconsin Healthlink Topics: Cardiac/Heart
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Most of us know that a low-fat diet will help reduce cholesterol; but there are also foods you can add to your list of routine fare to help increase cholesterol-lowering benefits.
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Does High Blood Pressure Signal Coronary Disease?
High blood pressure can be a sign of cardiovascular disease or can make it worse, but there are steps you can take to help lower your numbers.
With Diabetes, It’s the Complications That Kill You
“If you’re diabetic,” says Dr. Rick Gillis, “you’re far more likely to have a heart attack, and to die of it, than someone who doesn’t have the disease.” In fact, having Type 2 diabetes is as strong a risk factor for heart attack as having Coronary Artery Disease.
Screening Tests Give Best Information About Health Risks
Full-body scans, which typically cost more than $700, are generating controversy and concern among many physicians. Dr. David Severance discusses the benefits of standard screenings such as colonoscopies and Pap smears.

19. Wine And Health
Report presented by the University of California, Davis, on the influence of phenolics on coronary heart disease.
Wine and Heart Disease by Dr. Andrew L. Waterhouse Phenolic substances may be the compounds responsible for the reduced incidence of coronary heart disease seen in people who regularly consume wine. Wine has been espoused for centuries as a superior beverage. Louis Pasteur said, 'Wine is the most healthful and most hygienic of beverages,' and Plato remarked, 'No thing more excellent nor more valuable than wine was ever granted mankind by God.' Common to these endorsements is the view that wine is as good for the body as it is for the spirit. Modern scientific research supports this perception. David Goldberg at the University of Toronto has recently published an amusing and enlightening review of this subject. Despite the issues surrounding total mortality, it is clear that moderate alcohol consumption itself reduces CHD mortality. Several mechanisms for this are now recognised, of which the best known is alcohol's ability to alter blood lipid levels by lowering total cholesterol and raising high density lipoprotein (HDL) levels.(7) While future epidemiology studies can be designed to take into account such factors that still raise questions, epidemiological investigations are never capable of determining specific causes for observed effects. Therefore, it is important for chemists and biologists to establish whether or not there is a molecular mechanism by which wine nutrients could affect CHD.

20. Adult Congenital Heart Association
Information, resources and support for adults with congenital heart disease.
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ACHA Home About Us Contact Us Join ACHA! ... Help ACHA! Welcome to the ACHA web site! The Adult Congenital Heart Association (ACHA) is an international organization that provides information and support for adults and adolescents with congenital heart disease (CHD), their families and healthcare professionals.
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National Conference in 2004
ACHA's 2004 national conference will be April 23-25, 2004 at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. More information will be posted here as it becomes available.
DC Conference
There will be a conference in DC on May 31-June 1, 2003 at the Key Bridge Marriott in Arlington, VA. Cost is $50 for ACHA members and $60 for non-members. Please see our DC conference page for more information.
Chicago Symposium
There will be a day-long, free ACHA symposium in Chicago on April 12, 2003. It is being co-sponsored by University of Chicago Hospitals and Loyola University Medical Center . The conference will be held in the Billings Auditorium at the University of Chicago Hospitals . Please see our Chicago symposium page for more information.

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