Cardiovascular Health

SSRI antidepressants increase risk of intracranial hemorrhage

Posted on Jul 25, 2017 in Cardiovascular Health, Chronic Disease

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the  May 1, 2017 Medical Rewind Show. by Jon Rappoport April 30, 2017 From healthline.com: “Intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) refers to acute bleeding inside your skull or brain. It’s a life-threatening emergency. You should go to the emergency room right away or call 911 if you think you or someone you know is experiencing ICH.” The public has learned about the increased risk of suicide and violent behavior (including murder) stemming from the use of SSRI antidepressants. Now there is more: Psychiatric News reports...

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How can tooth extraction lead to cardiac arrest?

Posted on Aug 5, 2015 in Cardiovascular Health, Medical Rewind

Listen to what Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the June 15th Medical Rewind Show ***************************** A Minnesota teen is fighting for her life after suffering cardiac arrest during routine wisdom tooth extraction. Seventeen-year-old Sydney Galleger was taken to Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital, where she underwent surgery to relieve swelling in her brain after suffering multiple seizures and being placed on a ventilator. “What started out as a normal day soon turned anything but normal,” Diane Galleger,...

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Medical Rewind – January 20th

Posted on Feb 3, 2014 in Cardiovascular Health, Environment, Medical Rewind, Political

If you missed this week’s Medical Rewind with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell, be sure to go to www.MedicalRewind.com to listen to the show replay. Some of the things you will hear Dr. Buttar and Robert talk about in this week’s show are: Dr. Buttar and RSB discuss more ways to re-mediate radiation coming from Fukushima.  Re-mediating radiation is climbing the charts of importance with each passing day. Acute exposure is one thing, but perpetual, low-level chronic exposure is quite another. What can we do to counteract the slow, insidious assault? Will the resulting...

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Medical Rewind – Monday, November 25th

Posted on Dec 4, 2013 in Cardiovascular Health, Chronic Disease, Environment, Health & Wellness, Medical Rewind, Political

If you missed this week’s Medical Rewind with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell,  be sure to go to www.MedicalRewind.com to listen to the show replay. Some of the things you will hear Dr. Buttar and Robert talk about in this week’s show are: Dr. Buttar’s update on his father’s recovery from stroke last week. Which groups are more open to returning to natural medicines? What are Europeans saying about the American people and the tolerance for their loss of liberty? We’ll talk physiological, emotional, political and economic healing? Are you prepared for a time...

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The health benefits of ginger

Posted on Nov 28, 2013 in Cardiovascular Health

One of the ingredients in ginger is a substance called gingerol. Gingerol inhibits the clumping together or clotting components called platelets. This blood thinning effect (similar to that of aspirin) is good news for the body, in that it inhibits the formation of tiny blood clots which can plug arteries and precipitate heart attacks and strokes. Ginger is also believed to have a beneficial effect on the cholesterol levels in the body too. Animal experiments have revealed that ginger has the ability to reduce levels of blood fats known as triglycerides and low-density lipoprotein (LDL)...

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Effects of stroke: Emotional effects

Posted on Nov 27, 2013 in Cardiovascular Health, Chronic Disease, Medical Rewind

Your stroke can affect you physically and emotionally.  Changes after your stroke may be mild or severe. Changes may be brief or long-lasting. This depends on the area of your brain affected by the stroke and how extensive the damage is. Emotional changes You may have emotional changes if the stroke damaged parts of your brain that control behavior. These changes may also be caused by your body’s reaction to the stroke. Talk with your doctor if your emotional changes become severe or if they don’t go away. You may find help by talking with a counselor or psychotherapist. Changes...

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