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Heart Health

Heart Consciousness the Next Frontier in Brain and Neuroscience

Health Freedom Alliance, 15 April 2016
During organ transplantation there have been numerous reports of emotions, memories and experiences being transferred along with organ which is been transplanted from donor to the recipient

Spending more time exercising can greatly reduce your risk of heart failure, study shows

<strong><h5><p>Jennifer Lea Reynolds, October 12, 2015
If you've been exercising for 30 minutes everyday, satisfied that you've met the American Heart Association's physical activity recommendation, then you're in for a surprise.
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Protein patch restores heart tissue and function after a heart attack

Though sufferers of heart attacks may survive the initial event, they cause permanent damage to the organ in the form of scar tissue, which affects its ability to pump blood.

Cranberry juice helps reduce heart disease risk

By Sofiya: (NaturalNews) Most people have probably heard that cranberry juice is really good for the body. However, when most people talk about this juice, it is usually in terms of urinary tract health. And it is definitely true that regular consumption of cranberry juice can help treat urinary infections and also help prevent the formation of kidney stones (or help dissolve them if they are already formed). This is largely due to their high acidity, which can both kill off bacteria and dissolve the calcium from which stones are made.

Four easy ways to lower blood pressure naturally

By Sofiya: (NaturalNews) Keeping blood pressure at normal levels - generally understood to be 120/80 millimeters of mercury or mmhg - can help prevent a number of serious health conditions. These include aneurysms, heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure and the decline of cognitive abilities. Though there are often no symptoms of high blood pressure and it is preventable, it has been shown to be a contributing factor in more than 15 percent of deaths.