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Dandelions: Nature’s Mild Diuretic

You may consider dandelions a pesky weed, but this green vegetable is edible, delicious, and nutritious. Rich in vitamins A and C, iron, potassium and zinc, dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) was used by Native Americans as a folk remedy for upset stomach, and liver, kidney and skin diseases. Today, dandelion roots

When Should You Know if a New Heart Drug Is Working?

You’ve been prescribed a new blood pressure medication or a statin to help control your cholesterol. Or maybe you’re starting to take an antiarrhythmic drug after a recent diagnosis of atrial fibrillation. Or now you’re one of the millions of people taking a blood thinner.
But how do you know if

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