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Scientists Reveal COPD Patients More Susceptible to COVID-19
Scientists Reveal COPD Patients More Susceptible to COVID-19
Australian researchers have found out why chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients face a higher risk of developing severe COVID-19, which could be critical in developing new drugs. ...
05-18-2022
The Link Between Insulin Resistance and the Development of Heart Disease
The Link Between Insulin Resistance and the Development of Heart Disease
For Cardiovascular Diabetology’s 20th anniversary, we’ve asked the authors of the journal’s most influential articles to comment on their findings from today’s perspective and how the articles may have advanced ...
05-16-2022
6 Types of ‘Hypoglycemic Medications’ in the Kitchen
6 Types of ‘Hypoglycemic Medications’ in the Kitchen
When people cook meals, they often add various spices to enrich the colors and flavors of the dishes. Some of these spices have a positive effect on our ...
05-11-2022
Blueberries’ Potent Phytochemicals Preserve Brain Health
Blueberries’ Potent Phytochemicals Preserve Brain Health
Native to North America, blueberries have been part of the human diet for more than 13,000 years, long before they were formally recognized for their health and anti-cancer ...
05-8-2022
Improve Your Heart Health With These Tart Berries
Improve Your Heart Health With These Tart Berries
For many people, eating cranberries is a sort of “one-off.”  A traditional, time-honored companion to turkey and stuffing, cranberries may be consumed at a holiday meal – often ...
05-7-2022
One of the Worst Foods for High Blood Pressure
One of the Worst Foods for High Blood Pressure
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 75 million American adults have high blood pressure — that’s one in every three. Though medications are available to ...
05-3-2022
Cardiologist Estimates 30 Percent of US Pilots May Have COVID Jab-Induced Heart Conditions
Cardiologist Estimates 30 Percent of US Pilots May Have COVID Jab-Induced Heart Conditions
Are we on the precipice of a major uptick in serious heart problems among otherwise young, healthy Americans due to the mass-disseminated mRNA COVID shots? Observations from several medical ...
05-2-2022
Top 9 Health Benefits of Epsom Salt
Top 9 Health Benefits of Epsom Salt
Imagine slipping into a warm bath at the end of a long day. Does it feel great already? Here are nine health benefits you can enjoy while relaxing ...
05-2-2022
Follow This Diet to Protect Against Alzheimer’s Disease and Heart Disease
Follow This Diet to Protect Against Alzheimer’s Disease and Heart Disease
For years, natural health experts and knowledgeable physicians and nutritionists have advised the Mediterranean diet for its heart-healthy, life-prolonging effects.  High in healthy fats, fruits, vegetables, and fish ...
04-24-2022
What Is Atherosclerosis?
What Is Atherosclerosis?
Atherosclerosis is a common condition that develops when a sticky substance called plaque builds up inside your arteries. Disease linked to atherosclerosis is the leading cause of death in ...
04-13-2022
Sitting Tai Chi Helps Stroke Survivors Recover
Sitting Tai Chi Helps Stroke Survivors Recover
Sitting tai chi provides stroke survivors with recovery benefits similar to those achieved with standard rehabilitation, a new study finds. Tai chi involves a series of slow movements of ...
04-12-2022
Walking: Your Best Step to a Healthier Heart
Walking: Your Best Step to a Healthier Heart
When the world gets you down, go for a walk and make your heart happy. Physical activity is one of the best ways to manage stress and boost your ...
04-11-2022
The Ketogenic Diet Conundrum: Friend or Foe of Heart Health?
The Ketogenic Diet Conundrum: Friend or Foe of Heart Health?
100 years ago, ketogenic diets, which typically provide less than 10% of the daily energy intake as carbohydrates, first entered the realm of modern medicine with their demonstrated ...
04-8-2022
Does Cutting Back on Salt Help Folks Battling Heart Failure?
Does Cutting Back on Salt Help Folks Battling Heart Failure?
If you have heart failure, there's good news and bad news on how much it would help you to cut back on salt. New research finds that while it ...
04-8-2022
Will a Little Drinking Help Your Heart? Maybe Not
Will a Little Drinking Help Your Heart? Maybe Not
If you believe an occasional tipple is good for your heart, a new study may make you reconsider the notion. Some previous research has suggested that light drinking may ...
04-5-2022
High Blood Pressure? Eat This for 7 Days
High Blood Pressure? Eat This for 7 Days
Hypertension has no obvious symptoms, but it is likely to cause major chronic diseases such as heart attack (myocardial infarction), stroke, diabetes or kidney disease. High blood pressure ...
04-2-2022
Understand Your Risk for Heart Disease
Understand Your Risk for Heart Disease
The first step toward heart health is understanding your risk of heart disease. Your risk depends on many factors, some of which are changeable and others that are not. ...
03-31-2022
Listen to Your Heart: Women and Heart Disease
Listen to Your Heart: Women and Heart Disease
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women of all ages, races, and shapes and sizes in the United States. But women sometimes experience heart disease ...
03-29-2022
Can Walking Help Lower Your Blood Pressure? the Latest Cochrane Evidence
Can Walking Help Lower Your Blood Pressure? the Latest Cochrane Evidence
When I worked as a GP, I met many people with, or at risk of developing, high blood pressure. It is common, affecting over 50% of people aged over 60 ...
03-21-2022
‘Low-Value’ Medical Tests and Procedures
‘Low-Value’ Medical Tests and Procedures
At what point does the best quality care lose its value? That’s a question a new report by the American Heart Association (AHA) has attempted to answer. These ...
03-20-2022
Lower Cholesterol and Prevent Heart Disease Without Drugs
Lower Cholesterol and Prevent Heart Disease Without Drugs
According to the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. On the surface it sounds dreadful, but ...
03-14-2022
Low Blood Pressure Could Be a Culprit in Dementia, Studies Suggest
Low Blood Pressure Could Be a Culprit in Dementia, Studies Suggest
Decline in brain function often occurs as people age. People often worry that declining brain function is an inevitable part of growing old and will lead to dementia, ...
03-13-2022
8 Foods That Can Help Prevent High Cholesterol
8 Foods That Can Help Prevent High Cholesterol
Did you know, almost half of American adults have high cholesterol? A combination of lifestyle factors and genetics mostly influences cholesterol. But what you eat still matters. In ...
02-28-2022
Heart Health for Women Differs From Men
Heart Health for Women Differs From Men
Keeping your heart in tip-top shape is no small task, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. An understanding and appreciation for the wonders of the heart and ...
02-26-2022
Infertility Treatments Increase Risk of Heart, Pregnancy Complications: Study
Infertility Treatments Increase Risk of Heart, Pregnancy Complications: Study
A study found that infertility treatments for women trying to have a baby may have increased the risk for heart and pregnancy complications. “Advancing maternal age—specifically being age ...
02-23-2022