How To Prevent Heart Disease: 11 Lifestyle Changes To Reduce Your Risk

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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Heart disease is the number one killer in the United States. Each year, over 800,000 people have heart attacks, and one person dies from heart disease every 34 seconds. Heart disease is the number one killer among women. In fact, it kills more women than all forms of cancer combined.…

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest vs Heart Attack: Which Is More Deadly?


Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Today I’m going to explain the difference between sudden cardiac arrest and a heart attack and why sudden cardiac arrest is more deadly than a heart attack.  Now, I’m sure you’ve heard that heart disease is the number one killer among men and women. But what you may or may…

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The Top 10 Worst Foods For Diabetics – You Need To Avoid These!

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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel When you have diabetes, you simply must be mindful of the foods that you eat. And this doesn’t just mean avoiding sugars alone. It also means being careful about sodium, trans fats, and starchy vegetables, and you must beware of unhealthy foods that have sneaky labels like “fat-free”. Diabetes is…

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How To Read Nutrition Facts Labels When You Have High Blood Pressure!

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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Today we’re going to discuss how to read nutrition facts labels when you have high blood pressure. High blood pressure is a leading cause of heart disease, strokes, and kidney failure. And according to the CDC, nearly half of the adults in the United States have high blood pressure, yet…

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What Does Sugar Do to Your Body? 7 Dangerous Side Effects of Sugar!

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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Today we’re going to talk about what sugar does to your body and I will give you seven dangerous side effects of sugar. Now, sugar is sweet but it can have several sour side effects when it comes to your health. The American Heart Association recommends that women have a…

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Ask Dr. Frita: Medical Questions and Answers

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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Have you ever had a medical question and just couldn’t figure out the answer, or were you too scared to ask? Fear not, because today I’m going to answer your burning questions about all things health and medicine related from some of my past YouTube videos. And if you have…

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How To Lower Blood Sugar Naturally with 10 Super Foods!

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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Diabetes is very prevalent. Millions upon millions of people have it, yet in the United States, one in four don’t even know it. Diabetes is the cause of many major complications, like blindness, kidney failure, and amputations. So if you have diabetes or if you are a pre-diabetic, don’t you…

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Understanding Breast Cancer Risk Factors: 7 Facts You Should Know!

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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women in the United States and it is the second leading cause of cancer death among women. While it is exceedingly common among women, men can and do get breast cancer as well. Black women tend to be diagnosed at younger…

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How To Lower Cholesterol Naturally: 15 Foods to A Healthy Heart!

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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Do you have high cholesterol or do you have a loved one or a family member with high cholesterol? It’s important to know because having elevated cholesterol can lead to clogged arteries which can lead to heart attacks, strokes, and poor circulation. There are many medications that can help to…

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Are You Ignoring These Top 10 Signs of Kidney Disease?

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Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Are you ignoring the top 10 signs of kidney disease? Over 37 million Americans have kidney disease. Many of them don’t even know it because early kidney disease is usually silent. Unfortunately, by the time patients are referred to me to take care of their kidney disease, it’s often too…

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