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The Aldosterone Antagonist Eplerenone in Populations with Heart Failure: Another Task for Disease Management Programs by JaanS Medical Doctor Posted Sun 14 Nov 2010 3:13pm After the Disease Management Care Blog read this New England Journal of Medicine report back in 1999, it began to prescribe the aldosterone antagonist " spironolactone " for its patients with low ejection fraction chronic heart failure. Aldosterone is one of many normal human hormones that increase in response to a struggling heart. High levels ... Read on »
Treating Hypertension with Bonita Fish Peptides by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 25 Feb 2012 6:04pm Hypertension (high blood pressure) is a profoundly detrimental health condition experienced by more than 970 million people globally. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that by 2020, there will be more than 1.56 billion people worldwide with dangerously elevated blood pressure levels. WHO recognizes hypertension as one of the most pr ... Read on »
Treating Hypertension with Bonito Fish Peptides by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 25 Feb 2012 6:04pm Hypertension (high blood pressure) is a profoundly detrimental health condition experienced by more than 970 million people globally. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that by 2020, there will be more than 1.56 billion people worldwide with dangerously elevated blood pressure levels. WHO recognizes hypertension as one of the most pr ... Read on »
Your Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and Magnesium levels basically determine your present state of health. by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Dec 2009 12:00am 1 Comment Your Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and Magnesium levels basically determine your present state of health. Unfortunately, the majority of Americans lose 80-90% of their optimal DHEA between ages 30 and 80. According to Dr. Norman Shealy, every known illness is associated with a magnesium deficiency and low levels of the hormone DHEA. D ... Read on »
Potassium-Sparing Diuretics by Matt S. Posted Tue 26 May 2009 12:00am The potassium-sparing diuretics consist of the following 4 medications--only some of which (spironolactone & eplerenone in the list below) are structurally similar.   Spironolactone is an antagonist of the aldosterone receptor, which like other steroid receptors is an intracellular receptor.  The binding of spironolactone to the al ... Read on »
Why Treating The Adrenals Matters In Lyme Disease by Connie S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 11:06pm When I got knocked down by Lyme disease nearly four years ago, before I knew what in the heck was wrong with me, I instinctively felt as though my problem, whatever it was, had something to do with my adrenal glands being "burnt out", and was perhaps even caused by this. At the time, I didn't know a lot about chronic illness, but I was aware that ... Read on »
Now that McGwire has fessed up, it’s a good time to ask: What can steroids do to the immune system? by Craig At Balanced Immune Health Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 14 Jan 2010 5:38am Anabolic steroids have been so widely discussed in the past 10 years, it’s hard to remember when sports and steroids Duh! It's a drug, not a supplement, folks. weren’t cohabitating together.  From Major League Baseball to Olympic sports to high school athletics to…gasp!…professional golf, steroid use, whether proven, admitted, susp ... Read on »
New drug for heart failure. by Ron Patient Expert Posted Wed 08 Aug 2012 6:43am NHS green light for £1.40-a-day heart pill that could save lives of thousands of suffering from common heart condition, trumpets the Daily Mail . The dug, Ivabradine, is claimed to improve heart function and reduce tachycardia, while not reducing blood pressure – I’ll come back to that last claim – and is recommended for people who, like m ... Read on »
Are CETP inhibitors kaput? by Dr. William D. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:16pm Was torcetrapib’s crash and burn fatal for this class of drug? At the 2007 American Heart Association meetings in Orlando, Florida, Dr. Philip Barter of Sydney, Australia, presented an update of the ILLUMINATE drug trial for the once-promising drug, torcetrapib, the billion-dollar bet that Pfizer made on its first entry into the new d ... Read on »
A critical approach to management of Refractory cardiac failure ! by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 15 Jul 2012 11:30am Caution: This is a fairly lengthy article . Optimal Reading time  15  minutes Cardiac failure is a progressive systemic disease  ,  even though the primary problem originates in the heart .Most of the symptoms and clinical features are related to Neuro-Endocrine activation instigated by poor pumping function.When the diminishing cardiac ... Read on »