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Drinking-Water Arsenic and Heart Disease Linked in Study of Native Americans: New York Times
Arsenic in drinking water is a concern throughout Indian country for its connection to diabetes and other ills...
Notah Begay III Recovering After Heart Attack, Thanks Doctors and Supporters
Notah Begay III is recovering from a heart attack he suffered on Thursday, April 24, in Dallas, Texas...
Rosie O'Donnell Suffers Heart Attack, Encourages Women to Know the Symptoms
Yesterday Rosie O'Donnell announced she suffered a heart attack last week in a blog entry titled " my heart attack " on her website Rosie.com ...
Notes From a Single Mom: The Beat Goes On
Lynn Armitage I have a troubled heart. Me and about 5 percent of the population. A mitral valve prolapse, they call it. It’s pretty harmless most of the time...
Taking Aspirin Daily May Reduce Cancer Risk, Prevent its Spread
A daily dose of one aspirin may prevent cancer and potentially help treat it or reduce its likelihood of spreading, according to a recent series of studies in the United Kingdom pu...
Rates of Coronary Heart Disease Decline Nationwide, Remain High Among American Indians/Alaska Natives
While the overall number of Americans who report they have coronary heart disease, which includes heart attack and angina (chest pain), continues to decline, American Indians/Alask...