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Heart: Pediatric cardiologist. Board certified.Get a more detailed answer ›
Does everyone age 55+ who walks fast for exercise and who are in good general health with no known heart problems need to know their max heart rate?
Big Pharma,Diseae pr: There really is no good coordination between different countries on this globe but the following are major players are listed here 1 big pharmaceuticals, are in most of the developed and under develop countries and inflence the healthcare like hiv, and other infectious diseases 2 generic drug manufavtures 3 us cdc and their influence on other agencies over europe and other areas in healthcare all he. ...Read more
WHO and health: Great question. Let's do 2nd opinion and discuss in detail. ...Read more
It can be: associated with many types of mental illness. It (or extreme thinness) is often seen in people who were sexually abused as a way to try to be less attractive to an abuser. People who are depressed may suffer from overeating and obesity (or lack of appetite and thinness) as well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Unknown: Taurine has been studied at mclean hospital, but the results have not been published. http://tinyurl.com/kv9dww3 i'm sorry, but beyond anecdotal reports and a couple of rodent studies, I have no information with which to reliably answer your question. ...Read more
Exercise: read this: http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/guide/exercise-healthy-heartGet a more detailed answer ›
Nitric oxide supplements -- what is their role in reducing hypertension and cardiovascular disease?
Nitric oxide: Nitric oxide was thought to be an endothelial relaxation factor which is released from endothelial cells to smooth muscle cells and relaxes them to lower resistance and lower blood pressure. There has been no randomized controlled study to test the benefit of supplements in reducing hypertension or cardiovascular disease. ...Read more
To what degree does type 1 diabetes increase the risk of chd and other cardiovascular health issues?
Depends: Some women do not feel comfortable around men and feel more focused at an all women's gym. That gym may also offer more female oriented classes as well. I personally think it does not make a difference. The proximity of the gym to your home, the hours, the cost are more likely to affect long term regular visit. Visit them and pick the one that you like...That's the most important thing. ...Read more
Do physicians have an extraordinary lower incidence of cancer, as compared general population, since they are experts in maintaining a healthy body?
Yes and no: We are actually much healthier than other folks; anyone telling you otherwise is a doctor-basher who compares older physicians to all the population including children and teens. Cancers due to smoking, alcohol, and lack of sunscreen can generally be prevented; most of the others can't but we tend to find them earlier and get treated effectively. Best wishes. ...Read more
Many: There are many variations of the features in a health and wellness program provided by employers, but the main benefit is keeping employees healthier (and thus more productive.) absenteeism due to health issues is a significant cost to employers, besides the fact that it is not good to have health issues that could have been preventable. Utilize these programs to stay as healthy as possible. ...Read more
Yes: Sprinting vs endurance exercise. I believe the last studies in exercise physiology showed both are equivalent improving against cardiovascular disease risk. I liked sprinting because is a time efficient way of improving heart health and fitness. I weight lift for 40 minutes follow by 25 minutes elliptical training with burst of brief high intensity aerobic. Love it. In great shape at 52 y/o. ...Read more