Measles AND mumps infection could save millions of lives

By: thedrswolfson
March 8, 2019

Would it surprise you to learn that men and women with a childhood history of measles and mumps have much lower rates of heart attacks and strokes? Heart attack and stroke are deadly. In fact, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the developed world. Anything that can reduce heart attack and stroke […]

Read more

The Heart Disease and Diabetes Connection

By: Ashley Swanson
March 5, 2019

It is a scientific fact that people with diabetes have an elevated risk of heart disease. Individuals with diabetes are two to four times more likely to get heart disease or a stroke than individuals who don’t have diabetes. Luckily, however, this risk can be easily mitigated through diet and lifestyle changes. What is Diabetes? […]

Read more
Categories: Heart HealthTags: ,

10 Ways to Strengthen Your Heart

By: thedrswolfson
April 27, 2018

It goes without saying that your heart is one of the most important organs you’ve got. It is responsible for pumping life-sustaining nutrients and oxygen to the rest of the body, while sending body waste to the liver and kidneys for disposal. Without a strong heart, you cannot have a strong body. A weak heart […]

Read more

Myocarditis Causes and Treatments

By: thedrswolfson
April 19, 2018

In this video, cardiologist Dr. Jack Wolfson tells you exactly what you need to know about myocarditis. By watching this video you will discover: What myocarditis is and how it impacts your health. Causes of myocarditis. Symptoms of myocarditis and common tests to diagnose the condition. Natural treatment and prevention methods for myocarditis. Running Time: […]

Read more

Cardiologist Explains How to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

By: thedrswolfson
April 16, 2018

You can do a lot to lower your risk of heart disease. In fact, heart attacks are easily prevented. Please don’t think that heart disease is in your “genes”. A large population of U.S. adults have coronary disease or hypertension. Do they all have bad genetics? We are built in a very special way. Why […]

Read more

Study Shows Coffee Drinkers Slash Risks of Heart Disease, Stroke

By: thedrswolfson
December 26, 2017

A study published by researchers at the University of Southern California shows daily coffee intake leads to a reduced risk of death from heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancer, kidney disease and respiratory illness. This multiethnic study analyzed data from more than 185,000 adults between the ages of 45-75. Study participants were monitored on average of […]

Read more

Is Your Cardiologist Killing You?

By: thedrswolfson
November 22, 2017

Get mind-blowing information that mainstream cardiologists don’t know or don’t share. Watch this amazing interview of Dr. Jack Wolfson by The Health Ranger at Natural News. You’ll learn why your cardiologist may be giving you bad information that actually harms your health and leads to death. If you want to improve your longevity and heart […]

Read more

Can Chiropractic Reverse Heart Disease?

By: thedrswolfson
April 3, 2017

Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. For most people, heart health is a major concern. But heart disease is totally preventable. People need to understand that it is important to take proper actions to prevent cardiovascular disease so they can live a long, healthy life. The good news […]

Read more