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How to Reduce Your Risk of Stroke

A stroke is an acute brain failure that is the result of cutting off or decreased blood flow to a specific area of the brain. As this occurs, the cells within the brain start to die because they lack the oxygen necessary to continue functioning. This cell death takes away the ability of the victim…

The Easiest Way to Check Cholesterol

Cholesterol levels are a key indicator of individual health. In many cases, cholesterol tests are required by insurance providers on an annual basis. Some companies complete this during health fairs or biometric screening appointments. If you are seeking to gain additional insurance or even life insurance, you will undoubtedly be required to get a cholesterol…

How CardioChek Makes Cholesterol Manageable

Anyone who is affected by cholesterol problems knows that handling this condition on a daily basis is an important task. If you or anyone in your family has chronic cholesterol issues, you likely understand the requirements for managing key health factors.   Why Cholesterol is Key Cholesterol is a substance that is present in the…

Top 3 Reasons People Choose CardioChek Plus Analyzer

When making a purchase that pertains to your health, what considerations should be made? Quality is key, of course. When you are seeking to purchase a product that you will use routinely or even daily, you need to also consider convenience, functionality, and ease of use. For people with chronic health problems such as diabetes…

How to Keep Heart Problems at Bay

With the landscape of healthcare changing across the United States, it is becoming increasingly important for individuals to stay healthy and aware of the newest trends and technology in the medical industry. One of the most important health factors is the condition of the heart. The heart is an involuntary organ that we cannot survive…

Family History of Cholesterol Problems? Check Out CardioChek

When considering your health risks and medical profile, many people tend to overlook the role that family history plays in our longevity and wellness. While not all medical conditions can be attributed to genetics, certain issues are very closely linked to family medical history.  This can include cholesterol problems. Some of the most widely known…

How to Tell if You are at Risk for a Heart Attack

Heart disease is a growing issue in North America and around the world. In fact, heart disease is the leading cause of death in America. We have all heard the warnings and anecdotes of even seemingly healthy or physically fit people suffering a heart attack. What can be done to prevent these types of occurrences?…

Why You Can’t Beat The Convenience of a CardioChek Plus Analyzer

The CardioChek Plus is the ultimate product for accurate and convenient testing in order to manage your medical conditions. Read below to learn more about the many benefits and functions of the device to help determine if you may need to invest in one for yourself.   Test Your Lipid Profile and Glucose Levels Simultaneously…

Why CardioChek has a Cholesterol Test for Everyone

Risks of high cholesterol High cholesterol presents a host of medical issues that can be acute or chronic. Cholesterol requires specific testing protocol, and is not easily measured. It can lead to blood flow issues that can result in a stroke or heart attack. Having sustained high levels of cholesterol drives up the risk for…

Why You Should Eat More Grains and Less Processed Meat

Heart disease, cholesterol, blood pressure, and obesity are at the forefront of medical concerns in the modern American world. The single best method of controlling individual risk factors is through mindful dietary choices. What we put into our bodies has a huge impact on how we feel, as well as our longevity. Not to mention…

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