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 NEWS Daily Aspirin May Not Reduce CV Risk Over Long-Term In Patients Who Have Not Had A Heart Attack Or Stroke, Study Suggests. The AP (8/26, Marchione) reports that while “taking a low-dose aspirin every day has long been known to cut the chances of another heart attack, stroke or other heart problem in people who already have had one, ” research indicates “the risks don’t outweigh the benefits for most other” people. The findings (8/26) were presented at the European Society of Cardiology meeting and published in the Lancet.         Medscape (8/26, Stiles, Subscription Publication) reports, “Aspirin at a daily dose of 100 mg was not seen to reduce the long-term risk for cardiovascular (CV) or cerebrovascular events in a trial that randomly assigned more than 12, 000 nondiabetic adults with multiple CV risk factors but no history of CV events.” The stroke risk was also not reduced. Medscape adds, “In the study’s primary intention-to-treat (ITT) analysis, 4.29% of persons assigned to aspirin and 4.48% of those in the placebo group experienced the primary endpoint of CV death, myocardial infarction (MI), unstable angina, stroke, or transient ischemic attack (TIA) over a mean of 5 years.
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diabetic doctors near me Here are some guidelines for healthy eating: Healthy eating for diabetes is healthy eating for the whole family. Enjoy having regular meals, starting with breakfast first, then lunch and dinner. Space meals no more than 6 hours apart. Eat a variety of foods in each meal, including healthy fats, lean meats or proteins, whole grains and low-fat dairy. Choose fiber rich foods such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains as much as possible, like brown bread, bran cereals, whole wheat pasta and brown rice. Explore alternatives to meat such as lentils, beans or tofu. Choose calorie-free liquids such as unsweetened tea, coffee or water. Choose sugar substitutes.
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BEST HEART CLINICS IN YELAHANKA NEW TOWN Function of Cardiac Muscle As in skeletal muscle, the signal to contract is an action potential. However with skeletal muscle this signal usually comes from the somatic, or voluntary, nervous system. Cardiac muscle is controlled by the autonomous nervous system. Cells in your brain and cells embedded throughout your heart act to release well-timed nervous impulses which signal your heart cells to contract in the correct pattern. While the source of the signals is different, the reception of the signal and the rest of contraction are very similar.
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DIABETIC DOCTORS NEAR ME Diabetes meal planning methods The diabetes plate method uses the image of a standard, 9-inch dinner plate as a way for individuals to plan their meals. In this approach, a plate is divided as follows: 50 percent non-starchy vegetables 25 percent protein 25 percent high-fiber carbohydrates Limited amounts of monounsaturated fats, such as olive and canola oils and avocado, and polyunsaturated fats, such as sesame seeds or nuts, can be used to prepare or accompany foods, such as fish or vegetables. Counting carbohydrates is another effective way to develop a healthful diabetes meal plan. This approach is used when people with diabetes have worked with a healthcare professional to determine how many carbohydrates they can safely eat each day, and the right amount to eat at each meal.