Heart Disease #1 Killer of Women

Heart disease is the #1 killer of women today.

Atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine drug use was the cause of Whitney Houston’s death with the effect being she died of drowning in a five star hotel bathtub.

Toxicology tests found a cocktail of other prescription drugs in Houston’s body that included the anti anxiety drug Xanax, Flexeril a muscle relaxant and Benadryl an allergy medicine.

The heart is the most vital organ in the body. A healthy lifestyle will help protect your heart.

Video: Holly Andersen, M.D., Director of Education and Outreach at The Ronald O. Perelman Heart Institute at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City.

For more of Dr. Andersen and healthy heart tips visit her website at: http://www.weillcornell.org/hollyandersen

“ Laughter may be the best medicine … and 15 minutes of laughter has been shown to be about equivalent of 30 minutes of aerobic exercise, with respect to our cardiovascular health.

Exercise is the Fountain of Youth. It is extraordinarily important.” – Holly Andersen M.D.

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3 responses to “Heart Disease #1 Killer of Women

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  2. heandry

    Great site i read it thoroughly and got benefit from the human potential part.

  3. RN

    God bless for getting the word out.

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