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Beware Routine Stents or Bypass Surgery for Stable Heart Disease

Heart patients have been told for years that stents or bypass surgery prevent heart attacks and prolong life. A $100 million study contradicts that belief.

Terry Graedon - June 6, 2019

Is White Meat Better for Your Heart Than Red Meat?

Joe Graedon - November 9, 2017

The Shocking Results of a Heart Stent Experiment

Terry Graedon - July 7, 2016

FDA Approves a Stent That Can Disappear Like Magic

Terry Graedon - April 14, 2016

Do Peas and Beans Help You with Weight Loss?

Joe Graedon - November 12, 2015

Stents Ease Angina but Fail to Stretch Survival

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AnginaJoe Graedon - November 3, 2014

EDTA Chelation Effectiveness Challenges Doubting Cardiologists

EDTA chelation therapy is shown effective in heart patients despite doubts from the cardiology community.

AnginaTerry Graedon - August 28, 2014

What Cardiologists May Not Tell You about Getting a Stent

An innovative study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that many cardiologists overstated the benefits and downplayed the risks of stents.

AnginaTerry Graedon - January 17, 2011

Problems Stopping Beta Blocker Suddenly

AnginaTerry Graedon - June 9, 2010

Gout Drug Benefits Heart