Why Your Gut Bacteria Matters for Heart Health

Red Meat Allergy Linked to Heart Disease

Research suggests that such red meat allergies, sometimes caused by a tick bite, increase plaque buildup in arteries and can increase the risk for heart disease.
Diane Domina

Erectile Dysfunction Raises Heart Risk, Even Without Other Risks

New research published in Circulation suggests men with erectile dysfunction – also called ED – are at increased risk for heart disease, heart attack, stroke, and sudden cardiac death, even when they do not smoke or have other risk factors for cardio...
Diane Domina

Exercise Matters More Than Weight Loss for Heart Health

A recent observational study conducted by researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Norway and the John Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute in New Orleans suggests increasing physical activity is more beneficial than los...
Diane Domina

How Much Omega-3 Should You Take?

Omega-3 fatty acid supplements may not protect heart health as much as previously thought. Learn more about omega-3 studies, information about doses, and other possible health benefits.
William Davis, M.D.

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