Vitamin D is important because it is central to the metabolism of calcium in the promotion of bone growth and in the formation and maintenance of bone strength.
Traditional approaches to coronary artery disease tend to focus on secondary prevention, or on treating the consequences of coronary artery disease.
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Have you ever wondered about the magnificent organ that lies within your chest - Your Heart! It is an intricately designed organ that pumps blood throughout the entire body, beats without you ever thinking about it, but it can be broken in many ways. So, let's understand your heart and six vital things there is to know to stay in great health.