Don’t let healthy summer habits fade away as you move into the fall. Fall often means shifting gears from summer activities into a more structured fall routine. How can you maintain healthy summer behaviors while stepping into fall? Here are 5 ways you can start!
Older people who suffer from fuzzy thinking and lack of self-control, but don't have dementia, may be at a higher risk of having a heart attack or stroke, according to a new study in The Netherlands.
Men being treated for low testosterone may improve more than their sexual health. Research published in the European Heart Journal concludes that it also may reduce their risk of heart disease. Learn more.
Eating traditional Southern cooking could be a recipe for heart trouble. A study from the University of Alabama says consuming southern-style food--from biscuits with gravy to fried chicken to sweet tea--may increase the risk of acute heart disease by 56 percent.
Don’t pass the salt. A new Japanese study provides more proof that a high sodium diet can increase blood pressure over time.