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Protect Yourself from Heart Attack, Stroke, Kidney Failure & More

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is one of the biggest threats to our health and well-being— responsible for 610,000 deaths every year.

But there is good news! New medica­tions, interventions, and surgeries have been developed, along with a more personalized approach to care, which has dramatically improved outcomes.

That’s why University Health News is so pleased to announce the publication of a new report that reveals the latest research-backed tools to help protect yourself from CAD, which can lead to angina (chest pain), heart attack, heart failure, stroke, kidney fail­ure, and more.

Order your copy today and discover:

  • CAD risk factors that hit women significantly harder than men. Startling news, page 8
  • The three medications that have been shown to reduce cardiovascular risk in people with type two diabetes. Page 28
  • The surprisingly low amount of exercise needed to help improve blood pressure, cholesterol, and body composition readings. Page 24
  • One of the most important non-drug measures for controlling hypertension. Page 27
  • The foods that thin the blood and make it less “sticky”—helping to reduce plaque growth. Page 28
  • The nutritional supplement that has recently been touted as a cholesterol- lowering superstar. Page 28
  • Antioxidant foods that help protect the heart—but not antioxidant vitamins, which may actually do more harm than good. Page 28
  • Low-intensity exercises, done regularly, that can have a protective impact on your heart health. Page 29
  • Diagnostic tests that spot CAD when there are no noticeable symptoms. Page 34
  • The vitamin that lowers LDL (bad) cholesterol by as much as 25%—an effect similar to that of lower-potency statins. See page 44 to be sure you’re getting the right type.
  • The most effective medications to help lower blood pressure and cholesterol and manage angina. Page 41
  • Procedures and surgeries that reduce the risk of heart attack and “greatly enhance” recovery, survival and quality of life. Page 50
  • And more!

In Managing CAD, you’ll also discover the fascinating science behind coronary heart disease …how heart attack symptoms differ between men and women…how doctors treat heart attacks …plus exciting new developments that may change the face of CAD treatment in the future.

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