December 7, 2023

Statins for Cholesterol not the answer

From Newsmax The American Heart Association recently issued new guidelines regarding cholesterol control starting with monitoring children as young as two years old. The AHA recommended a lifelong approach to lowering cholesterol to reduce everyone’s risk of heart attack and stroke. While the guidelines did take an aggressive stance in fighting cholesterol through diet and […]

New cholesterol guidelines to reduce stroke and heart attack possibility

Healthday From Newsmax A lifelong approach to lowering cholesterol, starting in some kids as young as 2, is the United States’ best bet to lower everyone’s risk of heart attack and stroke, according to updated guidelines released Saturday by the American Heart Association (AHA). “Personalized” cholesterol-fighting tactics recommended by the guidelines include: More detailed risk […]

Drones are delivering packages in Iceland’s capital city

By Jon Fingas,From engadget It’s a modest start, but it shows what drones can do. At last, a fully operational urban delivery drone system is here… only you probably won’t get to use it. Drone logistics startup Flytrex has teamed up with Iceland’s main online retailer, AHA, to launch a courier drone service in Reykjavik. […]

Common drugs and supplements that can cause or worsen heart failure

From Caribbean360 COLORADO, United States, Tuesday July 19, 2016 – Some widely used over-the-counter medications could actually be doing patients with heart problems more harm than good. In fact, some common drugs and supplements can cause or worsen heart failure, according to the American Heart Association (AHA). The warning is contained in the AHA’s first […]


Here’s why there are so many different kinds of salt By Julia Calderone From Tech Insider Stroll through any supermarket spice aisle, and the dizzying array of salt can be anxiety-provoking. You’ve got pink crystalline Himalayan salt, flaky and gritty sea salt, white and fine table salt — the list goes on. But despite the […]

Cruise to Cayman to raise $1M for AHA

By Ben Souza From CruiseFever Princess Cruises Raising $1 Million for AHA on 5 Night Caribbean Cruise Princess Cruises is raising $1 million for the American Heart Association on a 5 night Western Caribbean Cruise on February 10-15, 2014.  The cruise departs from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on the Ruby Princess with stops in Grand Cayman […]