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Live Well 02-16-14
This time of the year, hearts are everywhere.
One of the favorite parts of my job is the work I get to do with schools in Payne County.
Study: Blood type may influence heart disease risk
People with blood type A, B, or AB had a higher risk for coronary heart disease when compared with those with blood type O, according to new research published in Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, an American Heart Association journal.
- Ambulance trust talks fees and subsidy with City Council
- Oklahoma's new attorney general says federal judge opens way for state to join federal health care protest
- Drivers cruise to flu shots
- Stillwater Medical Center will offer drive-through and walk-up flu shots Thursday
Candlelight vigil to bring awareness to mental illness Tuesday
The event is aimed at breaking stigmas that surround mental illness.
- Oklahoman gains 418-pound external heart
Oklahoma State University study shows blueberries lower risk of hypertension
Adding blueberries to one’s diet can help decrease certain cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure, according to a study recently published by a group of Oklahoma researchers.
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