Foods That May Help Your Boost Your Estrogen and Testosterone Levels

For years, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that heart disease is the leading cause of death among Americans; in fact, in 2015 heart disease accounted for one in every four deaths. Although there are several types of heart disease, the most common is coronary...
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Try An Unconventional Approach to Weight Loss

January is National Healthy Weight Awareness month and with good reason as weight loss is always a popular New Year’s resolution. Because so many people struggle with losing weight using conventional tactics, i.e., exercising, restricting calories and eating low-fat foods, I wanted to share...
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The Silent Stalker that Could End More than Your Career

The lifetime risk of developing coronary heart disease after age 40 is 49 percent for men and 32 percent for women. Almost 800,000 Americans die of cardiovascular disease each year making it the leading cause of death among men and women, and over 50 percent of those who suffered from a sudden...
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Couple Finds MDVIP Doctor’s Care – In Person, Via Texts, In Blizzard Conditions – Exceeds Expectations

At 52, Jane Manross was the picture of health – or so she thought. Imagine her shock when she went for her annual wellness exam with her long-time general practitioner, Dr. Jack Yakish – who months earlier had become an MDVIP-affiliated physician – and he discovered a heart murmur. Could...
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