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NSAIDs: How dangerous are they for your heart?

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, commonly referred to as NSAIDs, are one of the most common medications used to treat pain and inflammation. Ibuprofen, naproxen, indomethacin, and other NSAIDs are effective across a variety of common conditions, from acute musculoskeletal pain to chronic arthritis. They work by blocking specific proteins, called COX enzymes. This results in the… Read More »

How to get rid of visceral fat: Best exercise to banish the ‘dangerous’ belly fat

Visceral fat isn’t necessarily associated with being overweight or obese. It’s stored in the abdomen, so isn’t as pinchable, but is located near vital organs, such as the liver, stomach and intestines, putting you at increased risk of many serious health conditions. Too much visceral fat can lead to insulin resistance, diabetes and heart disease.… Read More »