Patients diagnosed with heart failure who are also socially isolated and feeling lonely are more likely to be hospitalized or die, according to a new study.
Why Your Gut Bacteria Matters for Heart Health
A new study published in Heart, a journal of The BMJ, suggests the equivalent of about an egg per day may actually help reduce heart disease risk.
Blood pressure readings at the doctor’s office may be misleading for certain people with masked hypertension. Learn how you can get the most best picture of your blood pressure.
Eating two servings of fish each week can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, especially fish high in omega-3 fatty acids.
As part of an effort to improve health, the WHO teleased “REPLACE,” a step-by-step guide for eliminating unhealthy trans fatty acids from industrially-produced foods in the global food supply.
Researchers at the University of Nottingham and King’s College London, both in the United Kingdom, have discovered a link between “good” bacteria in the digestive tract – the gut microbiome – and hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis).
After heart surgery, you may have trouble sleeping, but you don’t neccesarily need medication to get the sleep you need.
Plant protein, from nuts, seeds, and legumes, may be much healthier for the heart than meat protein. Find out how to add more plant protein to your diet.
When mom has heart problems, you don’t want to give her a gift that could further harm her. These heart-healthy gifts will not only show you care, but they could even improve her heart health.
Nutritional supplements containing a specific antioxidant could reduce heart disease risk in older adults, according to results of a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder and published in Hypertension.