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Cardiology 2016: A Year Worth Reflection In Heart Failure

While all of our experiences reflect a continuum defined by more than a per annum basis, several high profile clinical developments and evolutions in 2016 were noteworthy: Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease The advent and subsequent implementation of the SPRINT data may result in a profound decrease in hypertension-associated morbidity and mortality.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

The best way to prevent heart disease is to reduce inflammation. Elimination of smoking is an excellent starting point followed by an anti-inflammatory diet and adequate intake of omega-3 fatty acids to produce resolvins. It might not seem high-tech, but the results are.

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