A study of almost 20,000 people found that those who ate just a little chocolate each day had lower blood pressure and a 39% lower risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
Doctors say there’s a non-invasion test that can predict your risk for a heart attack.
A study of 93,000 women found that those who ate three or more servings of blueberries or strawberries per week were 32% less likely to have a heart attack.
The question is,‘what is better – running or walking?’
In aortic stenosis the main valve regulating blood flow between the heart and the rest of the body can become critically narrowed or calcified.
Winter may look a little more colorful tomorrow but it’s for a serious cause.
One of the most complicated words in medicine describes a process that has dramatic impact on our body. It’s called angiogenesis.
According to a report from Wake Forest, the time for a woman to start protecting her heart and guarding against bone loss is during perimenopause or, preferably, even earlier.
A new study has looked at different ethnic groups and the link between high blood pressure and stroke. There is a very disturbing finding.
A recent study of female smokers found that even light to moderate smokers may be more likely to suffer sudden cardiac death.
in a study from France, they have shown that some grape juice seems to have the same protective effect against heart disease as red wine.
According to a Japanese study of 68,000 men and women, those who quit before age 35 had the same risks of future problems as those who never smoked.
At first glance, endurance athletes are to be commended because they are trying to stay fit, but there is a down side.
We have growing evidence that stress can increase the risk of heart disease and it also takes a toll on the immune system.
Rosie and her wife, Michelle Rounds, were in Philadelphia during the weekend of October 20th, using their celebrity and money to raise awareness not for heart disease, but for a rare, desmoid tumor that Michelle battled in May and June.