How Healthy Is America?

Estimates for the year 2006 are that 81,100,000 people in the United States have one or more forms of cardiovascular disease (CVD).

  • High blood pressure — 73,600,000
  • Coronary heart disease — 17,600,000
    •    Myocardial infarction (mi"o-KAR'de-al in-FARK'shun) (acute heart attack) — 8,500,000
    •    Angina pectoris (AN'jih-nah or an-JI'nah PEK'tor-is) (chest pain or discomfort caused by reduced blood supply to    the heart muscle) — 10,200,000.
  • Stroke — 6,400,000.
  • Heart Failure — 5,800,000




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  • Marathon Man

    My name is Al Sewell and I love to run. I've been running since age 10 and ran in my first Boston Marathon as a senior in high school in 1967. I came in 50th place and Sports Illustrated named me as the 50th best marathon runner in the world. In 1968 I won the Athens Marathon in Athens Ohio and was accepted to the 1968 U.S. Olympic Team to compete in Mexico City. In 1980 I was again accepted to the U.S. Olympic Team to compete in Russia, unfortunately the United States decided to boycott that Olympics. I am currently 58 years old and I still run 20 miles three days a week and ride my bike 20 miles the other four days. I still compete in five national marathons each year including: The Boston Marathon, The Athens Marathon, The Honolulu Marathon, The Music City Marathon held in Nashville and The Flying Pig Marathon held in Cincinnati. Since I began taking arginine I immediately noticed an increase in stamina and endurance. I could not believe how I was no longer exhausted after a 26 mile run. The other great benefit I noticed was my recovery time after a run was cut by 50 percent. I will never run without taking my arginine. Last year in the Honolulu Marathon I placed 400th out of 35,000 runners. Not bad for a man in his fifties. I attribute my ability to compete and my continued enjoyment of running to arginine!

  • Al Sewell Cincinnati, Ohio


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