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Researchers have found a Mediterranean-style diet may decrease heart failure in elderly people.
Heart failure is a very debilitating condition which is a very common reason for hospital admissions in people 65 years old and older.
Researchers have found adhering to a healthy lifestyle can significantly lower genetic heart attack risk.
Genetic factors can play a significant role in the risk for a heart attack. Fortunately it appears genetic risk for heart attack can be modified with a healthy lifestyle.
Researchers say it's not necessary to be an athlete to lower the risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
It is vitally important to stay fit to maintain good health. It appears you don't have to work out nearly as hard as an athlete to gain the health benefits of fitness.
Research published in the journal BMJ Open highlights how people who are well but worry about being sick may be setting themselves up for heart disease.
Have you ever wondered if worrying about developing an illness might be enough to make you sick? Being a worrier isn't heart healthy.
Making an investment in a new toothpaste could literally save your life, according to a new report. Switching to Plaque HD toothpaste was shown in a first study to lower inflammation in the body.
Plaque reducing, life saving toothpaste a good heart health investment
It has been suggested by a randomized trial that eating bread which is made with ancient grains could help lower cholesterol and blood glucose levels.
There has been a growing awareness of the vital importance of good nutrition for good overall health.
Stressful employment factors in high-income nations are contributing to the epidemic of cardiovascular disease across the world. Stress management in the workplace is essential to deal with this problem.
Stress in the workplace is a serious problem which is associated with an increased risk of heart disease and other chronic illnesses.
Need a reason to start exercising regularly? Here is one – just about every person can save hundreds to thousands of dollars each year by just taking 30 minutes out of their day for some physical activity.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, but many of us can easily improve our risk of developing cardiovascular issues with some simple lifestyle changes – such as eating