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Heart, Alan Jackson heat up The Joint
[February 2014] - The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino always brings the best in nationally touring acts to their uniquely arranged auditorium known as The Joint. With a stellar sound system and wonderful lines of sight to the stage for all patrons, you can’t find a better venue for a big name act.
Two casinos’ events worth checking in Currentland in September
There are many casinos in our area that have entertainment worth checking out, but we were quite excited about September’s line-up at Downstream and River Spirit in Tulsa for September. It’s worth noting that both of these concerts are early in the month, so time is of the essence.
Doin’ it at Downstream
Ever feel like you need to get out of Oklahoma once in a while for a good time? Well the Downstream Casino ain’t quite outta state, but it’s outta sight if you’re into catching some live music action. And it’s just a stone’s throw from Missouri, where they sell whiskey at Wal-Mart seven days a week.
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Did smoking marijuana give these young men heart attacks?
Reports of heart and circulation problems after smoking pot have raised concerns, but research on the drug's potential risks is limited
'Astonishing Progress' Made on Heart Disease, Doctors Say
Similarly, hospitalization rates for a heart condition called unstable angina ??? which is usually caused by blocked arteries that reduce blood flow to the heart, and can lead to a heart attack ??? ??dropped by 83 percent. The results also showed that compared to 1999, people who were hospitalized in 2010 for a heart attack or unstable angina had a 23 percent lower risk of dying within a year. People ...
Tickling the ear could lead to better heart health: study
Researchers at the University of Leeds say the ear could be the key to one's heart, for stimulating the nerves in the ear could distract nervous signals that are overexerting a heart in poor health. The research team conducted their experiments on 34 participants using a TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) machine, a medical instrument used to relieve labor pains. "You feel a bit ...
Huge discrepancies on heart disease in Europe
Russians and Ukrainians aged 55 to 59 die from coronary heart disease at a higher rate than Frenchmen who are 20 years older, a study released Wednesday of Europe's cardiovascular health showed. Drawing on data from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the report covering 52 countries noted a generally positive trend, but with ...
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