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A new Australian study found people who followed the so-called “caveman diet” had twice the amount of a key biomarker linked to heart disease. Here’s what you need to know.
When (and if) you eat certain meals throughout the day could have serious implications for your cardiovascular health, according to new research.
Heart failure is a serious condition that affects millions of adults in the U.S., but this new study gives us one clear-cut way to lower our risk.
How to kick processed foods out of your life—and save your heart too.
... For your arteries, that is. We dig into new research to see what it means for the rest of your body.
Heart disease steals millions of lives each year. Yours doesn’t have to be one of them.
The short answer: Yes! Find out the steps you need to take to keep your symptoms under control.
New research suggests that white meat may not be much healthier than beef after all.
It doesn’t take much red meat or cured, smoked, or salted meats like ham, bacon, and salami to put you at risk for heart disease and death.
A review published in JAMA has linked dietary cholesterol in eggs to increased risk for cardiovascular disease and mortality... again.