Items Tagged ‘Martha Grogan’

February 20, 2012

Obesity Hurting Your Health? Mayo Clinic Miracle Diet!

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The world-famous Mayo Clinic is giving you a sneak peek at their latest body-transforming plan. And we’re sure you’re going to love it…”We set out to turn cutting-edge research into an action plan, and I think we got it right,” says cardiologist Martha Grogan, M.D., medical editor of Mayo Clinic Health Heart for Life!” Woman’s […]

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February 20, 2012

An owner’s manual for the human heart

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Whether everyone in your family tree died of a heart attack at 50 or remained hale until 100, you need to think about your ticker, says Martha Grogan, a doctor and medical editor of the new book “Mayo Clinic Healthy Heart for Life!” ($26, Time). Here are a few pointers she has… Staunton News Leader, […]

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February 8, 2012

“Mayo Clinic Heart Health For Life” – A Step-By-Step Guide to Preventing Heart Disease

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My mother is 82 years young. In fact, my family refers to her as the ‘Energizer Bunny’ because she’s always on the go. However, guarding against heart disease takes a concentrated effort of exercise along with proper eating habits – and neither of those have ever been a priority for my mom…Naturally, I am always […]

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Tags: Charanjit S. Rihal, heart disease, Martha Grogan, Mayo Clinic Healthy Heart for Life!


February 3, 2012

New Heart Failure Risks: Fractures and Memory Problems

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Two new studies shine a light on some lesser known consequences of heart failure: fractures and memory problems. About 5 million people in the U.S. have heart failure, according to the American Heart Association…Martha Grogan, MD, says the new studies tell us two important things about heart failure that we didn’t know before.  Now “we […]

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Tags: american heart association, fractures, heart failure, Martha Grogan, Mayo Medical School, memory problems


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