Author Archive | Jim Strong

Sleep Too Much? You Could Be Hours Away From A Stroke

Each year, 140,000 people suffer a stroke. It is the third leading cause of death around the world and the leading cause of serious disability in the US. That’s why people all over the world do whatever they can to prevent devastating health conditions, such as heart attacks or strokes. They change their diet… They […]

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The Once Daily Trick To Saving Your Life?

Let me put it bluntly… There’s a good chance you’re going to die. Not from a car accident… Not from cancer… But from a massive heart attack!  Think about it: recent statistics show that ONE out of every FOUR people will have a heart attack. Some of them will be a first heart attack… While […]

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3 Classic Symptoms Of A Silent Heart Attack?

What type of heart attack do you think you’re going to have? Do you think you will have the “Hollywood” style heart attack, where you scream in pain…clench your jaws…ad clutch your chest? Or do you think it’s coming to be a little milder, one that you probably won’t even know is happening? Well, chances […]

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SHOCKING New Study Released From Brazil Today

Shocking new research has stunned the medical community and dieters alike. They have discovered that THIS one, very fatty vegetable, may actually LOWER your blood pressure. That’s right, this one food – one that people have refrained from eating – has been shown to lower blood pressure and improve the health of your heart. Controversial?  […]

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When Will YOU Have Your Heart Attack?

No one wants to have a heart attack… Not because of the pain…or the risky surgery…or even the lifetime reliance on medication. People don’t want to have a heart attack because they’re afraid… They’re afraid that their next step will be their last… That every little pain…every twitch…every painful breath… …could be the last one […]

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The ONLY Time Holding Your Breath Can Save You

There’s a pretty good chance you know someone who has had cancer. It could be a loved one…a parent or sibling…or a coworker… The chance that someone you know will develop cancer is pretty good – since there are hundreds of thousands of new cases reported each year. But inside those numbers, there’s an even […]

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