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Butter and Impotence by The Velociwritetor on Oct 29, 2012I’ve spread myself too thin like butter on too much… nope, not bread because that’ll mean that I’ve just grabbed the words Bilbo said to Gandalf. Since I’m leaning heavily on a vegetable and fish diet, I’ll just sa...



What is Congestive Heart Failure? – Heart Basics Part 4 by Health Guru on Apr 23, 2011This commonly misunderstood disease affects 5 million Americans. Let’s take a closer look at congestive heart failure. ============== For more information, please don’t hesitate to contact the HealthGuru. It is our pleasure to help and listen...



Elizabeth Taylor laid to rest at private service by Filipino Celebrities News on Mar 24, 2011LOS ANGELES - Hollywood legend Elizabeth Taylor was given a small private funeral service attended by family and close friends in the Los Angeles area on Thursday, a day after she died of congestive heart failure.



Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79 by Filipino Celebrities News on Mar 22, 2011Pumanaw na kanina ang Hollywood actress na si Elizabeth Taylor sa edad na 79. Anim na linggo na-ospital si Taylor bago binawian ng buhay sa Cedar-Sinai Hospital sa Los Angeles dahil sa congestive heart failure. Bandila, Marso 23 2011, Miyerkules...



Elizabeth Taylor Dies at 79 Due to Congestive Heart Failure by on Mar 22, 2011According to Reuters on Wednesday, American actress Elizabeth Taylor dies at the age of 79 due to congestive heart failure. The news was also confirmed by CNN on Twitter @CNNshowbiz. Taylor was known for her beautiful blue eyes and one of the most ap...



Elizabeth Taylor died of Congestive Heart Failure at 79 by Blog Bites on Mar 22, 2011Elizabeth Taylor died on March 23, 2011, of Congestive Heart Failure, at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, California at the age of 79. Known as one of the most beautiful actress in Hollywood. Sexy and glamorous, Taylor is a two-time Oscar winner...



What Are Beta-Blockers? What Are Beta-Blockers For? by I Love my Heart on Dec 25, 2009Beta-blockers, also known as beta-adrenergic blocking agents, beta-adrenergic antagonists, or beta antagonists, are a type of drug that block the action of the sympathetic nervous system of the heart, resulting in a relief of stress on the heart.A be...



Sulfonylureas for Diabetes increase risk of Heart Disease and Death, Study finds by I Love my Heart on Dec 22, 2009Sulfonylureas, the first family of oral drugs used for treating type 2 diabetes, increase the risk of death from all causes by as much as 61% compared with the newer drug metformin, British researchers have found. Some researchers have suspected that...



6 Best Habits for a Healthy Heart by I Love my Heart on Dec 19, 2009The cardiologist who created the South Beach Diet shares his top advice for living healthy.I'm 62 and, thankfully, have never been hospitalized, nor can I remember calling in sick. I still work 12-hour days, walk the golf course, hit the heavy bag, a...



Tall Tales of the Heart by I Love my Heart on Dec 17, 2009Every day, patients ask my opinion about various treatments and remedies they've found on the Internet. Just as there are stories about mammoth alligators lurking in Manhattan's sewers, urban legends regarding heart disease and what causes it abound.