Insulin Pumps May Reduce Risk of Death from Heart Disease
Insulin pumps have long been used by people with type 1 diabetes to control their blood sugar. According to a recent Reuters Health article, a new Scandinavian study now suggests that diabetics who use insulin pumps may be reducing their risk of dying from heart disease as well.
The Link Between Birth Control Medications and Heart Problems
February is American Heart Month, a perfect time to talk about our country’s #1 killer: heart disease. While are still misconceptions among many women that this is a “male disease”, they couldn’t be more wrong. One out of every three women dies from heart disease, rendering it the number one cause of female death in the United States. That’s the equivalent of approximately one woman claimed every minute. To call attention to the problem and to raise awareness among women, the American Heart Association established its Go Red for Women campaign, and National Wear Red day (this year held on Friday, February 6).
National Wear Red Day
Today is National Wear Red Day, where women (and men) around the country wear red to raise awareness about the #1 killer of women, heart disease. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease claims more lives than all forms of cancer combined.
Owens Honors Heart Health Month with Supplements and Tips to Promote a Healthy Heart.
In honor of heart health month, Owens wanted to offer a few tips and discounted supplements to help you maintain a healthy heart all year long. Supplements like Coenzyme Q10 and a good multi-vitamin replenishes your body with the essential minerals and nutrients that will help protect against heart disease and stroke.