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Prinzide (Lisinopril, Hydrochlorothiazide)

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UNDERSTANDING HEART DISEASE AND AGEING: THE CHANGING FACE OF HEALTH CARE
There is a revolution going on in health and new information is coming up thick and fast. It is information which will ultimately change the whole face of health care. To give a practical example of the magnitude of this change, it is being confidently posited by health scientists on the frontiers that vitamins and vitamin therapy will largely take over from drugs and be our new ‘medicine’. (NB: In America sales of vitamins to the public have been controlled since 1993. One can only assume that in the face of overwhelming evidence which has been gathering for two or three decades that health authorities are sensing where the new wealth in health will be and are stepping in to control it. There are attempts to do likewise in the European Union.)
Another acknowledged health trend for the future is the adoption of prevention as an active principle in health care (i.e. a stitch in time saves nine) rather than the intervention (last ditch) system we have now. In terms of heart and arterial health this may mean starting much earlier than was previously thought to be necessary if we are to reverse this socially destructive trend.
When it is remembered that arterial disease can remain undiscovered until arteries are up to 90 per cent blocked this is more easily understood, but does this state of affairs have to be? Must we wait until bypass surgery, angioplasty and other interventive surgical measures, themselves carrying a significant element of risk, can offer us only a small extension of life, a stay of execution?
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