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Hot topics: Fitness and alcohol consumption, workout dedication, vitamin D and heart health, cold-brew tea, dark chocolate and gut health A Scharffen Berger Dark Chocolate Bar is pictured. Provided Christine Bryant Active people drink more?...


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When scrolling through lists of at-home workouts to do, the endless exercise acronyms (EMOM, HIIT, BWT, METCON, etc.) can sometimes make me feel like hardcore fitness enthusiasts speak a language that I never learned. Left out of the club—or intimidated by what those workouts may entail—it's easy...


FRIDAY, Jan. 21, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- The prevalence of coronary heart disease (CHD) remained largely unchanged in the United States from 2011 to 2018, according to a research letter published online Jan. 19 in JAMA Cardiology. Yi-Ting Hana Lee, M.P.H., from the U.S. Centers for Disease Contro...



Products with plant stanols are an alternative to butter, but the health claims might not stand up. Nutrition experts often advise limiting your daily intake of butter, which is high in saturated fat, in order to keep your arteries clear. Are butter substitutes made with plant stanols really...


Share on Pinterest Surgeons have successfully transplanted a genetically-modified pig heart into a patient with arrhythmia. Photography courtesy of University of Maryland School of Medicine A team of surgeons from the University of Maryland School of Medicine recently tran...


Dietary fat can be good or bad for the heart. Choose wisely. No fat, low fat, good fat, bad fat. Dietary fat has had a long and often confusing reputation. Where does it fit into a healthy diet, and how does it affect your health, especially when it comes to your heart? Here are the facts abo...


LOS ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO (January 21, 2022)—The UCLA Center for SMART Health, an interdisciplinary collaborative that looks to the integrated transformation of health care through emergent data and technologies, and Hearst Health, a division of Hearst and leader in care guidance, announced their...


INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — There’s a link between historic redlining and heart health in Black communities, according to a newly released study. Mental health experts say redlining has roots in racism, and the impact of systemic racism creates stressors. That stress can often trickle down generation to...


Cholesterol is a finicky little thing: You’ve got both bad cholesterol (low-density lipoprotein or LDL) and good cholesterol (high-density lipoprotein or HDL) and those levels can fluctuate slightly based on what you eat. The difference food makes in impacting your cholesterol levels may not seem...


If you’re trying to lose weight or just live healthier, starting a new diet can help. The ketogenic (“keto”) diet has been trending for several years now, due to its success with weight loss and muscle-building. Some have even come to believe that following this diet can aid in preventing or revers...


ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: In Kaiser’s words, the latest studies on vitamin K2: March 2021 – Further evidence that statins contribute to vascular calcification; highlights importants/need for Vitamin K2 A new cross-sectional clinical study published in Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences 1 adds to t...


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The Heart Health Supplements   Market report focuses on comprehensive analysis of the present and future prospects of the Heart Health Supplements   industry. This report is an integration of primary and secondary research providing market size, share, dynamics and forecasts for various segments an...


June 28, 2021 -- New research shows that what you eat and when you eat it may affect heart health. Researchers found that eating starchy snacks high in white potato or other starches after any meal may increase your risk of getting heart disease. Eating a “Western-style” lunch high in refined gra...


If you exercise regularly, you probably keep track of how many minutes you work out, how many calories your burn and your heart rate. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or ser...


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The Global  Heart Health Supplements Market contains extreme, precise and critical subtleties of the market, addressing the crucial data on learning experiences, items, and applications in the  Heart Health Supplements  industry. The report gives top to bottom examination of market information with...


The next time you’re in the kitchen making dinner or watching TV, don’t just stand around. Try walking in place. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy Findi...



Heart failure occurs when the heart is not pumping well enough to supply the body with blood. While doctors generally consider the condition to be serious and not curable, a person can often manage heart failure with lifestyle changes and medications. Though heart failure is most common Trusted So...


Newswise — BOSTON – Rural Americans are less likely to have health insurance, have less access to healthcare services for urgent conditions and are more likely to encounter lower quality care than their urban counterparts, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These factors com...


Ghee and black pepper are often termed as remedies for indigestion and several other health issues. Consuming ghee and black pepper makes the brain sharp and keeps it healthy. Super ingredients like ghee and black pepper are often termed as remedies for indigestion and several o...


ABSTRACT Objectives: To assess the ability of accountable care organizations (ACOs) to use electronic health record (EHR) data for quality. Study Design: Cross-sectional study of ACOs participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP). Methods: A national survey of MSSP ACOs included...


Tue, Jan 18th 2022 10:25 am Shoppers can support life-saving work of American Heart Association both in stores online Big Lots is supporting the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, through “Life Is Why,” a cause marke...


The heart pumps blood and oxygen to different parts of the body supporting proper functions, healing and other bodily operations.   |  Photo Credit: iStock Images Key Highlights The heart is that part of the body that never stops beating – when we eat, sleep, workout, feel stressed...


Actors Taapsee Pannu , Rakul Preet Singh, and Nayanthara swear by her fitness mantras. Meet celebrity nutritionist Munmun Ganeriwal who, instead of sticking to one diet type of diet, emphasises on eating everything without guilt, but in a conscious way. In fact, “extreme forms of diets or torturin...


Mike Garten Emotional wellbeing has been top of mind these past couple of years, which is why many people who are looking to lose weight now are embracing diets that have less to do with how they look and more so with how they feel. As nutrition pros have long established, there...


Stent placement is a procedure that places a small tube called a stent inside a blood vessel or passageway in the body in order to keep it open. People may have stent placement in a narrowed artery, such as those leading to the heart or in the neck, or to open a narrowed airway. Stents can allow pe...


Drinking more than usual on holidays and during sporting events like the Super Bowl may lead to more than just a bad night of sleep and a morning-after headache. A new study, published January 12 in Nature Cardiovascular Research , suggests that binge or excessive drinking is linked with an i...


It is Health Season in The Irish Times. In print and online, we will be offering encouragement and inspiration to help us all improve our physical and mental health in 2022. See irishtimes.com/health Eating for our age may not have been something we took into consideration in our...


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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused a disruption in the lives of many Americans. Routines have been compromised, schedules have been altered and priorities have been put on the backburner.  With less of a focus on certain aspects of life, simple things such as your own physical health ha...


(WBNG) -- The American Heart Association is asking residents with snow on their driveways and sidewalks to be careful when they are shoveling. The Heart Association said some people face an increased risk of heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest when they are shoveling heavy snow. According to Fe...


Thu, Jan 20, 2022, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm The Mercy Health Mobile Mammography Van provides services for easier access to quality care in a safe, convenient environment. The mobile unit uses the same newest high-quality 3D technology, including patient assisted compression, allowing you to con...


The Generation 100 study included an older, but healthy, active control group, making it tough to improve CVD risk factors. A structured exercise program fails to significantly improve the cardiovascular risk profile or peak oxygen uptake of older adults when compared with simply following...


A majority of India's populace suffers from vitamin D deficiency. To course correct this problem, repose your faith in vitamin D supplements, which will yield favourable results in no time.  Don't let vitamin D deficiency be the reason for poor bone health. Take supplements for healthy...


High levels of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) cholesterol can contribute to the development of heart disease. Certain foods can reduce a person’s cholesterol levels. There is some evidence to suggest that Cheerios, a popular breakfast cereal, is one such food. Cheerios are a breakfast cereal made b...


Heart failure is the gradual weakening of heart muscle that is often confused with a heart attack. People often proudly say that during their life of 70 years, they have not visited a doctor once. This common mistake made by a significant majority results in a delay in the diagnosis of the...


Sophia Antipolis, 9 November 2021 :  Going to sleep between 10:00 and 11:00 pm is associated with a lower risk of developing heart disease compared to earlier or later bedtimes, according to a study published today in European Heart Journal – Digital Health, a journal of the European Society o...


A child’s heart needs special care. Sanford Children’s pediatric heart doctors diagnose and treat problems of the heart, lungs and blood vessels in children, providing complete care to keep the hearts of our youngest patients pumping properly. Michele Pasierb, M.D., pediatric cardiologist, has joi...


As the number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations rise across Illinois, how can the vaccine protect you, and which one is best? At this point, it appears vaccine are working to prevent severe illness and death even from the omicron variant, but waning immunity has led to the need for boosters....


Advance Community Health is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its founding, and in honor of this momentous milestone, Advance Auto Parts Foundation has awarded Advance Community Health with a $50,000 grant to support the launch of the “ACH Cares” pharmacy prescription assistance program to promot...


Dr. Keith Roach is a physician at Weill Cornell Medical College and New York Presbyterian Hospital. He writes an educational column on infectious diseases, public health and sports medicine.North America Syndicate DEAR DR. ROACH: I have been prediabetic for around 13 years and had b...



Huawei is sending a new software update for Huawei Watch GT 2 smartwatch users in China. According to the latest information, this latest update added major features to Watch GT 2 that will surely help the user in daily life activities. The new information discloses that the latest features rolli...


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1 of 7 The best time to take a rapid at-home Covid test before gathering with friends for New Year’s is: 2 of 7 Eyelid myokymia typically presents with this symptom: 3 of 7 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shortened the recommended isolation period for asymptomatic people...


Health | Patient in Groundbreaking Heart Transplant Has a Criminal Record https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/13/health/heart-transplant-bennett-criminal.html David Bennett Sr. was involved in a serious assault nearly 35 years ago, court records show....


According to a new study, nearly one in five patients with heart disease use mental health drugs – leading to almost a doubled risk of premature deaths with the condition Antidepressants and other psychiatric medications are being more frequently used amongst patients with heart conditions, d...


The UNC School of Medicine Lab of Kathleen Caron, PhD, discovered that the protein VE-cadherin is a key player in the maintenance and function of lymphatic vessels in the heart, but that loss of these vessels is not associated with decreased heart function after heart attack. Lymphatic vess...


Nutrilient has launched its berry-flavored NitroBeetz Extreme supplement, which serves as a natural nitric oxide booster that supports blood flow, improves energy levels, and helps prevent coronary heart disease. Blowing Rock, United States – January 11, 2022 — The company’s recent launch in...


Personal Health Psychological stress activates the fear center in the brain, setting into motion a cascade of reactions that can lead to heart attacks and strokes. Credit... Rachel Levit Ruiz Published Jan. 3, 2022 Updated Jan. 4, 2022...


The research report, titled ‘Global Heart Health Supplements Market  2022, presents crucial information and statistical data about the Heart Health Supplements Market with respect to the world. The market report provides an overall analytical study of the Heart Health Supplements Market, t...


Your body needs omega-3 fatty acids for health. Why? Quite simply, these fats may help reduce inflammation. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy Your body...


close 01/5 Protect yourself from hypertension and heart disease with this warm drink The world is experiencing the third wave of the global pandemic, Covid-19. With the Omicron variant becoming the dominant strain of the Coronavirus, all of us are finding it difficult to keep up with the...


A majority of India's populace suffers from vitamin D deficiency. To course correct this problem, repose your faith in vitamin D supplements, which will yield favourable results in no time.  Don't let vitamin D deficiency be the reason for poor bone health. Take supplements for healthy...


Cooking with olive oil may reduce your risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke by a fifth, a study suggests. Consuming half a tablespoon of the oil — a major component of the Mediterranean diet — every day was also credited with cutting the odds of dying from cancer or other conditions like Alz...


Introduction Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common condition characterized by repetitive pharyngeal collapse causing intermittent hypoxia, disrupted sleep, and sympathetic activation, with a high prevalence in the general population (23% in women and nearly 50% in men). 1 Common symptoms inclu...



Heart failure occurs when the heart is not pumping well enough to supply the body with blood. While doctors generally consider the condition to be serious and not curable, a person can often manage heart failure with lifestyle changes and medications. Though heart failure is most common Trusted So...



TUESDAY, Jan. 4, 2022 (American Heart Association News) -- Kenneth Horsey was digging into a pile of baby back ribs with his family after church. It was Easter Sunday 2018 and Kenneth had much to look forward to in the coming months. Soon, Kenneth would be headed to his senior prom and graduation...


Share on Pinterest Eating more fiber not only improves intestinal health but also lowers the risk of skin cancer from progressing, a new study suggests. jamie grill atlas/Stocksy An observational study finds a link between high dietary fiber intake and better responses to...


Bilberry is a fruit similar to the blueberry and full of many nutrients and beneficial compounds, such as vitamin C. However, research is ongoing into the reputed health benefits of bilberries, including whether they help with inflammation and protect against cancer. They are an easy fruit to add...


STUDENTS hoping to become Premier League football stars have been looking after their heart health thanks to the help of a Birchwood clinic. Students from Robbie Fowler’s award-winning education and football academy visited Venturi Cardiology’s clinic recently for free heart screenings. The st...


Our editors have independently chosen the products listed on this page. If you purchase something mentioned in this article, we may earn a small commission. January 7, 2022 — 16:27 PM You've probably heard the saying "sitting is the new smoking," and while it may be t...



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A study of more than 1,800 adults in their 50s and 60s, found that those with heart disease, or risk factors for it, generally showed a greater decline in their memory and thinking skills over time. Photo by Amanda Mills/CDC What's good for the heart is good for the brain, and a new study suggests...


In our health-conscious and supplement-laden world, it’s not uncommon for people to swallow a handful of different capsules with their breakfast. Some of the most commonly taken supplements have been shown to have some real health benefits. But a new study has called one of the most popular d...



A lot has happened in the world of cardiology in 2021. Here are my top 10 developments in the field. 10. New cholesterol medications. Inclisiran, sold under the brand name Leqvio, was approved by the FDA in December. It lowers cholesterol, but needs to be given only as a twice-a-year injection. Ri...


1 of 7 Studies suggest that Omicron may be less deadly than earlier variants of coronavirus because it is less likely to damage this organ: 2 of 7 Major risk factors for heart disease include all of the following except: 3 of 7 Studies suggest that if you weight-train and then take a lo...


Prisma Health heart and vascular specialists are here to answer your questions | Photo provided Welcome back to Prisma Health On Call, a new Q+A series that connects you, our readers, to Prisma Health providers who are ready to answer all your questions . This month, w...


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The winter season brings an elevated risk for heart attacks. Dr. Youssef Nasr , cardiologist from MercyOne North Iowa Heart Center , shares what to keep in mind when you head outside to shovel snow and signs you may be experiencing a heart attack. Cold weather and heart attacks Multiple sci...


U.S. News World Report has shared its annual list of the year’s best diets, with the Mediterranean diet coming out on top for the fifth year in a row. A separate ranking looked specifically at heart-healthy diets, and the Mediterranean and Ornish diets tied at No. 1. The analysis...



MONDAY, Jan. 3, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- There are independent associations for sex, age, and major vascular risk factors (VRFs) with cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) radiomics phenotypes, according to a study published online Dec. 22 in Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine. Zahra Raisi-Est...


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MONDAY, Jan. 3, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- An international trial found that a once-a-day antiretroviral medication for kids with HIV is not only cheap and easy to take, but also better at suppressing HIV than standard treatments. "Our findings provide strong evidence for the global rollout of dolut...


Sengled, the smart lighting company that’s hedged its protocol bets by making Zigbee, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth smart bulbs, has announced a slew of new products at CES 2022. The most intriguing is the Smart Health Monitoring bulb, and the most fun is the Wi-Fi Video-Sync TV light strips. Sengled has al...


A totally blocked artery stopped David Byrne’s heart and nearly took his life on April 22, 2021. Those around him – from his wife, to local police and emergency medical responders, to Grand View Hospital and Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) doctors and cardiac intensive care – had other idea...


Membrane-associated proteins play a vital role in a variety of cellular processes, yet little is known about the membrane-association mechanism. Lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2 (Lp-PLA2) is one such protein with an important role in cardiovascular health, but its mechanism of action on the...


By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Dec. 30, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Folks who are determined to shed some pounds in the New Year  face a bewildering array of fad diets and quickie weight-loss schemes. Those weighing eating patterns and diet plans such as intermittent fasting, t...


Home » Health News » Self-Compassion Linked to Lower Risk of Cardiovascular Disease Among Women Written by Sarah Cownley Published on December 31, 2021 During the pandemic, the stressors in life have become amplified, leaving many at risk for cardiovascular disease. Previo...


How well are you protecting yourself against heart disease, the nation’s leading cause of death? A check of five important numbers can give you a good idea. "For my patients, I typically look at their blood pressure, blood sugar, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides values, and their waist circumf...


Nearly a century ago, it was legal for U.S. banks to refuse mortgages to people in predominantly Black communities, a practice known as “redlining.” For the past several decades, that practice has been outlawed. But research suggests that this history of structural racism is having a continue...


New Jersey, United States,-  Market Research Intellect has been analyzing technology and markets for Heart Health Supplements Manufacturers Profiles, since 2018. Since then, through Research Analysis of companies, we have been very close to the latest research and market development. In a...


CLEVELAND — Cleveland Browns cornerback Denzel Ward has been working to spread the word about heart health for years through his foundation Make Them Know Your Name, with his work being recognized by the team in his nomination for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. Now, he's planning a new...


WEDNESDAY, Dec. 29, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Red-meat lovers may raise their risk of heart disease through a chain of events that plays out in the gut, a new study suggests. Many studies over the years have tied diets heavy in red and processed meats to a heightened risk of heart disease and strok...


Women are at risk for heart disease but our health care system doesn't do a good job of informing them that they are. Barbra Streisand and Dr. C. Noel Bairey Merz  |  Opinion contributors The last thing we need during the holidays – especially amid a global pandemic...


Can you get COVID-19 more than once? Millions of you asked that question in 2021 and turned to Cleveland Clinic’s Health Essentials to find an answer. That article topped our most-read list last year as you searched out ways to live healthier. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical cen...


Pregnancy may be one of the more natural feats that can be accomplished by a woman’s body, but that doesn’t mean it comes without risk. Among the many stresses and strains is what happens with the cardiovascular system. The heart is forced to work overtime to deal with physical and hormonal changes...


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So is it still all about “You are what you eat?” Well, it depends whether you’re practicing heart-healthy eating habits, according to the American Heart Association’s ”2021 Dietary Guidance to Improve Cardiovascular Health.” The new 10-point guide suggests that the benefits of eating healthy reduce...


(CNN)Prefer your coffee black? Then you probably like dark, bitter chocolate, according to new research identifying a genetic basis for those preferences. If that's you, then congratulations -- you are the lucky genetic winner of a trait that may offer you a boost toward good health, according to...


Home » Health First’s Holmes Regional Medical Center Offers Quicker, Quieter, More Precise Look at the Heart HRMC'S new General Electric Sigma Artist MRI is the gold standard Health First’s Holmes Regional Medical Center now features the General Electric Sigma Artist MRI machine that doe...



Many people with heart disease have predictable episodes of chest discomfort. To treat this chronic problem, medications are almost always the best treatment. Coronary artery disease, the most common type of heart disease, happens when the network of arteries that nourish the heart are narrow...


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TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - Oro Valley Hospital is temporarily not accepting cardiac arrest patients due to staffing issues. Those experiencing a heart attack or chest pain will have to be taken to other area hospitals. Northwest Healthcare, which runs the hospital, released the following stat...


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The common view is that cardiovascular disease mainly affects men, but it is also the leading cause of death in women worldwide. And, as with men, morbidity and mortality in women increase drastically with age. Despite its burden, cardiovascular disease is considered to be largely preventable. Re...


For people over 60, intensive blood pressure lowering may prevent more heart problems than standard therapy. Current guidelines from the nation’s leading heart organizations say adults should aim for a blood pressure reading under 130/80 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). However, some doctors b...


By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Dec. 29, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Red-meat lovers may raise their risk of heart disease through a chain of events that plays out in the gut, a new study suggests. Many studies over the years have tied diets heavy in red and processed meats to a hei...


It may seem strange that foot health and heart health are linked, but many vascular issues are first detected through issues with the feet and legs. Podiatrists benefit greatly from having cardiovascular doctors in their referral network because of the health issues they often see. Foot Ankle Surg...


“ Global Market Vision added a new statistical data titled as Heart Health Functional Food market which gives the detailed statistics about the market industries and their framework. The assessment provides a 360° view and insights – outlining the key outcomes of the Heart Health Functional Food...


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Take advice from experts in 2021 on how to stay healthy well into 2022. With every new year comes the saying ‘out with the old, and in with the new,’ except not when it applies to tips from experts on your health. Here, the Michigan Health blog takes a look back at 10 pieces...


Dec. 17, 2021 -- People exposed to even low levels of certain toxic metals may increase their risk of atherosclerosis, the plaque buildup in the arteries that can cause strokes and heart attacks. A large study in Spain evaluated middle-aged people (97% of whom were male) working in an auto body f...


A famous animated crab once sang, “The seaweed is always greener in somebody else’s lake.” But you don’t have to be a musically gifted crustacean to reap the benefits of sea moss — which offers a bevy of potential health benefits. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertis...


Wellness When you slather your toast in the morning or make a batch of popcorn for moving night, do you reach for butter or margarine? A recent study examined which is better for your heart health. Viv Williams has the details in this episode of NewsMD's "Health Fusion." When you sl...


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The LIFE diet may give migraine sufferers back their life If you’re a migraine headache sufferer, there’s no relief in knowing you share your misery with Ben Affleck, Serena Williams and Kristen Chenoweth. These headaches can shut you down for many hours at a time and cause severe pain, nausea a...



by Musba Hashmi   |  Updated on Dec 28, 2021 10:34 PM IST  |  78.2K Young people and heart attacks: Find out the connection between the two What is the first thing that will come to your mind if a 32-year-old person complains of chest pain? Gastric issues, acidity, and m...


Dec. 28, 2021 -- The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 can spread to the heart and brain within days of infection and can survive for months in organs, according to a new study by the National Institutes of Health. The virus can spread to almost every organ system in the body, which could contribu...


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ROCHESTER — Butter, butter blends and margarines. Consumers have a lot of options from which to choose. And information about which type is best for heart health can be confusing. Researchers from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health recently compared the nutrition composition of m...


Edie Kroon was born with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, a rare condition that involves an extra electrical pathway in the heart. It has not stopped her from living a very active life, though it has sometimes provided her with new challenges. Now in her 60s, she had her first open-heart surgery whe...


TUESDAY, Dec. 28, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- For patients undergoing right heart catheterization, point-of-care ultrasonography assessment of the jugular venous pressure (JVP) height can accurately predict elevated central venous pressure (CVP), according to a study published online Dec. 28 in the A...


TUESDAY, Dec. 21, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- There's a very low risk of heart inflammation after getting the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, according to a new study that adds to previous research supporting the safety of the shots. The two mRNA vaccines had been linked in some studies with an...


organ donor December 24, 2021 12:43 pm The 2021 holiday season has extra meaning for Derek Gould and his family. The Sewell, New Jersey, man had been dealing with health issues due to genetic mutation that led to heart failure. Then a stranger’s transplanted heart pumped new life into Go...


Hypertension and Exercise are two correlated things now, and many people are doing the activity for wellness reasons, aside from the fitness focus. However, new studies suggest that people should be appropriating the amount of exercise they do for other factors to avoid future complications or hig...


MONDAY, Dec. 27, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Cardiac surgery patients can manage postoperative pain with nonopioid pain medications at home, according to a study published online Dec. 15 in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery. Catherine M. Wagner, M.D., from University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and colle...


December 27, 2021 By WRFA Leave a Comment The American Heart Association has awarded the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities’ Health and Wellness Program its Silver Recognition. More than 450 organizations nationwide have been recognized this year by the AHA which advocates for health a...


Warning: spoilers for the "Sex and the City" reboot "And Just Like That" premiere ahead.  Exercise bike workouts can help boost cardiovascular fitness by raising your heart rate, improving health. The workouts are safe for most people, experts say, and pacing yourself can reduce the rare risks. ...


PHILADELPHIA— A medication typically used for treating diabetes, glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1 RA), could also be used to prevent cardiovascular disease and major cardiovascular events, but a new study showed inequities in its use based on race, ethnicity, and socioeconom...


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Emily Marrison  |  Columnist We’ve reached the turning point once again. I welcome the days getting a little bit longer each day now. I also embrace the opportunity to reflect on another year. To remember and be grateful for all we’ve learned together. This year we looked at biases that...


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Several tests can help a doctor determine if a person has pulmonary hypertension. The tests are mostly outpatient procedures with minimal risk to the person getting tested. Pulmonary hypertension is an elevation in the blood pressure of the lungs. It can happen due to heart disease, but can also be...


Eat | A Heart-Healthy Way to Eat https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/29/well/eat/heart-healthy-diet-foods.html Personal Health Aim for an overall healthful dietary pattern, the American Heart Association advises, rather than focusing on “good” or “bad” foods....


December 21, 2021 — 18:31 PM Since the "low-fat" diet craze thankfully took a backseat a few years ago (thanks for that, keto), the healthy fats in our diets have finally started to get more of the attention and appreciation they deserve. And when it comes to healthy fats...


It may seem strange that foot health and heart health are linked, but many vascular issues are first detected through issues with the feet and legs. Podiatrists benefit greatly from having cardiovascular doctors in their referral network because of the health issues they often see. Foot Ankle Surgi...


Here’s how to recognize and treat the type of heart failure that’s most common in older adults. Heart failure conjures up the image of your heart suddenly stopping. But it actually means the heart is not pumping as it should. The condition is the leading cause of hospitalization for adults ov...



It goes without saying that keeping your heart healthy is of vital importance. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the U.S. In fact, one person dies every 36 seconds from cardiovascular disease. ...


The Chicago Indian Consulate organized a Heart Health Awareness and Community ‘Saving Lives’ Bystander Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation program at the Indian Consulate in Chicago Dec. 15 for the benefit of Indian Americans. The Indian American community-focused program was jointly developed by Dr. V...


Still, the fact is, the post-ride heart attack scene is incredibly misleading. Regular exercise or movement is one of the best things we can do for our bodies, and that’s especially true for people who have or are at risk of heart disease, according to the cardiologist Melissa Tracy, MD, who...


Adriaan Voors, MD, professor of cardiology and director of the Heart Failure Clinic, University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands, explains why patients with heart failure provided sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitors in hospital may be unable to continue the medication after...


BOSTON, Mass. — When doctors are treating patients at risk for heart disease, race is a factor in the care people receive. This isn’t necessarily about bias. Historically, researchers say Black patients have a higher risk of developing heart problems, leading to different treatment plans in compar...


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Various versions of low-carbohydrate diets have been popular for many years. The details of what is allowed and what is not vary quite a bit, and the amount of carbohydrates also differs. Too often these diets contain plates piled high with bacon, meat, eggs, and cheese. Due to the high saturat...


According to medical experts, a common early symptom of sudden cardiac arrest is repeat episodes of unconsciousness.   |  Photo Credit: iStock Images Key Highlights Heart diseases are one of the most brutal killers in the world – and statistics suggest that this group of conditions...


Sophia Antipolis, 23 December 2021: The prevalence of obesity in Europe has more than doubled over the past 35 years, with over one in five adults affected according to a paper published today in European Heart Journal, the flagship journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).1 The thi...


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Published on December 21, 2021 Authored by Dr Sanjay Bhat, Senior Consultant, Interventional Cardiology, Aster CMI Hospital Winter season can be a tough time for everyone to stay healthy. The cold weather can trigger the onset of many preventive health conditions in children and adults. From co...


How well are you protecting yourself against heart disease, the nation’s leading cause of death? A check of five important numbers can give you a good idea. "For my patients, I typically look at their blood pressure, blood sugar, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides values, and their waist circumf...


© iStock-fcafotodigital Professor Hugo Katus and Ms Christina Dimopoulou of the European Society of Cardiology discuss the key challenges in cardiovascular disease prevention and care. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death globally. According to The WHO, out of the 17 mil...


Home » Health News » Study Links the Risk of Both Heart Attack and Stroke with High-Stress Levels Written by Sarah Cownley Published on December 20, 2021 New research has examined the risk of heart attack and stroke, and their connection to stress levels. Although many stu...


Key Takeways People have questions about exercise and heart attacks after Mr. Big died on "And Just Like That" after a Peloton workout. Experts say this scenario is possible in real life. However, exercise is generally considered good for the heart. The "Sex and the City" reboot, "And Just...


FRIDAY, Dec. 17, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Recovery from heart surgery can bring some pain. But a new study suggests patients don't need potentially addictive prescription opioids to control that post-op discomfort. "This study shows that discharge without opioid pain medicine after cardiac surger...


MRI as a useful complement to ultrasound for the assessment of extracardiac anomalies in fetuses with congenital heart disease. Credit: Blue Planet Studio/Shutterstock Newborn babies with heart defects frequently exhibit abnormal extracardiac development of the brain or other organs as we...


There are several factors to consider when purchasing a heart rate monitor, such as functionality, features, price, and brand reputation. When rounding up the best heart rate monitors, we considered the following factors. Functionality There are many great heart rate monitors on the market. How...


Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is an umbrella term for a range of conditions that cause reduced blood flow to your heart. Acute coronary syndrome symptoms may vary, but the underlying cause is a blockage in the arteries that bring blood to the heart.  ‌ One of the conditions under the ACS umbrella...


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WEDNESDAY, Dec. 15, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitor (SGLT2i) use is associated with a decreased risk for cardiovascular (CV) death or hospitalization for heart failure (HHF) in patients with heart failure and ejection fraction 40 percent, according to a review and...


Ask the doctors Q. I’ve heard of silent heart attacks, but is it also possible to have a stroke and not know it? A. Yes, it’s possible. In fact, a statement issued by the American Stroke Association and American Heart Association estimated that as many as a quarter of octogenarians may have expe...


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TUESDAY, Dec. 14, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- People with HIV have an added risk of heart failure, so they and their health care providers need to be alert for early signs such as shortness of breath, fatigue, leg swelling, coughing and chest pain, according to a new study. “Cardiovascular disease ha...


This year, instead of highlighting different categories of food, we’re serving up dinner ideas that follow heart-healthy guidelines. The focus will be on easy-to-make, plant-centric dishes, although some will include fish or small amounts of poultry. In addition, we will feature popular or sign...


December 17, 2021 Sanjay Rajagopalan, MD, the Herman K. Hellerstein, MD, chair in cardiovascular research at University Hospitals of Cleveland Harrington Heart Vascular Institute, discusses the link between cardiovascular disease and air pollution and how primary care doctors can help pat...


Navigating the highs and lows of the new normal has affected our sleep, changed how we work and even taken a toll on our waistlines. But what about other vital signs like our blood pressure?   Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our miss...


The internet loves superfoods and health trends — the more exotic, the better (acai, anyone?). Enter soursop, the latest fruit that’s creating a big buzz. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland C...


By Mike Cook A Las Cruces art gallery was transformed into a safe and welcoming performance space Dec. 9, as Art Obscura Gallery and owner Deret Roberts welcomed local poets, poetry readers and friends – including three members of the Las Cruces City Council and a Las Cruces state senator – to “Abr...


Sophia Antipolis, 17 December 2021 :  Firefighters, police and health staff could benefit from regular check-ups and monitoring to avoid heart events at work that might harm themselves or others, according to a review article published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a...


Various versions of low-carbohydrate diets have been popular for many years. The details of what is allowed and what is not vary quite a bit, and the amount of carbohydrates also differs. The common impression is a plate devoid of bread, pasta, and starchy vegetables, piled high with bacon, mea...


Bacteria and inflammation may underlie the long-observed connection between oral health and cardiovascular disease. About two-thirds of people over 65 have gum disease — more formally known as periodontal disease. It starts when plaque, a sticky film of bacteria and food, builds up around the...


Stand up for the facts! Our only agenda is to publish the truth so you can be an informed participant in democracy. We need your help. More Info I would like to contribute Heart health warnings about cold weather are real, and predate the pandemic If Your Time is s...



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When it comes to heart attack warning signs, there’s a common set of symptoms that many of us know to look for. The vast majority of people who have a heart attack experience these traditional symptoms: chest discomfort or pain, cold sweat and extreme weakness.  Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit a...


Do you tend to fall asleep between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m., mama? If so, that’s good news in terms of your heart health. That bedtime is linked to having the lowest risk for cardiovascular disease, new research finds. For adults, nodding off during that specific hour is associated with having a reduced...


MONDAY, Dec. 13, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- After four years in a Washington state prison for first-degree burglary, Chelsey Johnson learned she was eligible for a work-release program that would shave the final year off her sentence. She was excited by the prospect, but also scared...



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The Food and Drug Administration has given special designation to a treatment for a life threatening infant heart condition. CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The Food and Drug Administration has given special designation to a treatment for a life threatening infant heart condition. Dr....


A recent review published in Open Heart highlights evidence that vitamin K2 supplementation supports cardiovascular health. Photo © AdobeStock.com/Маргарита Медведева A recent review published in Open Heart 1 highlights evidence that vitamin K2 supplementation supports cardio...


Researchers have identified a new gene variant associated with lower levels of LDL (also known as “bad”) cholesterol and fibrinogen, a protein involved in blood clotting, that appears to significantly lower a person’s risk of heart disease. Although the gene variant is found in fewer than 1 i...


This article was originally published here Creat Nurs. 2021 Nov 1;27(4):262-266. doi: 10.1891/cn-2021-0016. ABSTRACT Planetary health and human health are inextricably linked in a complex relationship. Gender-based health vulnerabilities fall disproportionately on women regardless of a countr...


SAN DIEGO — A new health super sensor has been developed to regulate everything from blood pressure to how much you have had to drink. The soft and stretchy patch is the first wearable device to monitor both cardiovascular signals and biochemical levels in the human body at the same time. Worn on...


A few recent celebrity deaths led to extreme emotional reactions and almost cast a negative light on exercise activity in general. However, the incidence of exercise-related sudden cardiac death is low and the benefits of regular exercise on both physical health and psychological well-being far o...


Taking a daily low dose of aspirin to prevent heart disease had been a mainstay in cardiac treatment for more than 40 years. Recent changes in recommendations by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force have led many patients to call their doctor seeking advice, and likely many people have stopped t...


FRIDAY, Dec. 10, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Treatment decisions relating to coronary revascularization for patients with coronary artery disease should be based on clinical indications, because no evidence suggests that specific patients benefit more than others, according to joint guidelines issued...


Medical experts are trying to better understand a rare condition called cardiac angio-sarcoma which mimics the symptoms of heart disease but is actually caused by a tumor. WESTON, Fla. – Medical experts are trying to better understand a rare condition called cardiac angio-sarcom...


UK: A recent study published in the journal Circulation has suggested a beneficial effect of beta-blockers on the heart proteoglycan content. Chondroitin sulphate proteoglycans (CSPGs), a group of proteins that accumulates in the heart of patients with heart failure (HF). ADAMTS5 cleaves CSPGs...


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In the U.S. the year-end holidays are here, which not only makes it the season of joy and celebration, but also of butter as many Americans make batches of cookies and creamy comfort foods to celebrate. In 2018, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned partially hydrogenated oils from food pro...


Not so long ago, there was an overall consensus among doctors that most diseases came from the intestines. They believed that toxins from the stool in the gut poisoned the body and caused most of the ill-health. And in order to be fit and healthy, they would regularly advise preventive measures l...


Blood pressure levels have gone up during the pandemic, with women and older adults experiencing higher increases, according to a new study that used health data from nearly a half million Americans. The findings were published December 6, 2021, in the American Heart Association’s journal Cir...


On its own, raw garlic is a pungent, powerful vegetable that can impact the flavor profile of any dish while also providing an abundance of health benefits. Many of those same health benefits are further amplified when you consider incorporating black garlic into your diet, according to registered...



EAGAN, Minn. (WCCO) — Many Minnesotans spent their Saturday digging out after a winter storm dropped more than a foot of snow in some parts of the state. But as you shovel this winter, the American Heart Association is warning of the risks to your health. READ MORE: Racial Justice Network Dem...



(KNSI) — CentraCare St. Cloud is being recognized for its commitment to employee health and well-being by the American Heart Association through its 2021 Workplace Health Achievement Index. According to a press release from the American Heart Association, the Workplace Health Achievement Index is...


For someone experiencing a heart attack, every second counts. The faster he or she gets treatment, the more heart muscle can be saved from irreparable damage, and the greater the chance of survival. Providing optimal care to patients in a heart attack emergency means that hospitals should try to ta...


Certain patients with atrial fibrillation may be able to toss their blood thinners away, thanks to two devices designed to prevent blood clots that can lead to stroke. The Watchman FLX device. Credit: Boston Scientific If you’re one of the more than 5 million Americans with atrial f...


A new nine-part focus seminar series, publishing today in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, looks at how race and ethnicity impact multiple facets of cardiovascular care, including hypertension management, diabetes and obesity, heart failure, atrial fibrillation, quality of care an...


Our cardiology specialists offer advanced treatment and care for conditions affecting your heart and blood vessels, including heart disease, stroke, heart rhythm disorders and high blood pressure. Conditions we treat include Preventive Cardiology – managing risk factors like high blood pressure o...



Posted at 10:25 AM, Dec 08, 2021 and last updated 4:25 PM, Dec 08, 2021 It's hard to resist all of those decadent dishes when you're at a holiday party or family gathering. Did you know the average American enters the New Year two pounds heavier? Over time, those extra pounds can contribu...


MANILA - About 1.4 billion people are now protected from trans fat as 40 countries now have best-practice policies against the dangerous food compound, according to a report by the World Health Organization on Tuesday night. WHO says the number of countries with regulations against industrially-pro...


Baptist Health is the first health care system in the region to implant an innovative, pacemaker-like device to improve cardiovascular function in advanced heart failure patients. Heart failure, which happens when the heart cannot pump enough blood and oxygen to support other organs in the body, im...


Award recognizes UHealth’s commitment to best practices, quality for mitral valve repair December 8, 2021 – UHealth – the University of Miami Health System has received the Mitral Valve Repair Reference Center Award from the American Heart Association and the Mitral Foundation for a demonstrat...


Prescribing generic medications for heart and blood vessel diseases more frequently instead of brand-name medications in Medicare's prescription drug program, called Part D, could save more than $600 million each year in the U.S., according to new research published today in Circulation: Cardiovas...


The COVID-19 pandemic, heart-healthy eating, and better ways to treat and prevent heart disease were among the hot topics that emerged during the American Heart Association's annual meeting this week. "I was at the sessions yesterday, I was actually in clinic this morning, and there were things I le...


“I can feel your heart beating, bro!” Isaac Gonzalez, 19, told George Jimenez, 56, while hugging him hello during their first in-person meeting in three months. “I can feel mine, too! With my old heart, I could never feel it because it was so weak.” This year’s 81 successful heart transplants so f...


On the fifth floor of Fort Hamilton Hospital, around 1:30 p.m., Surgeon Dr. Andrew Lichter finishes his rounds. At 32 years old, Dr. Lichter is an eager attending physician, practicing general surgery, including advanced surgical robotics, breast surgery, and trauma care. He talks with a patient, t...


If you’ve spent any time traveling around the globe, your burning lips are a testament that chili peppers have become a fixture of so many different cuisines. Chili peppers — from jalapeños to volcano-like habaneros — will not only dial up the excitement of nearly any dish they touch, but they also...


Your heart puts up with a lot. It’s your hardest-working muscle, beating an average of 100,000 times every day to get you through your Spiderman-pushup set, your digital cruise through your socials, and your oh-shit-that-was-due-yesterday moment. Though you might like to think it’ll keep pumping fo...


News Release Wednesday, December 8, 2021 Illustration shows that the V142I variant carrier status was associated with greater downstream burden of chronic myocardial injury, higher risk of heart failure hospitalization, and lower survival-free heart failure. Coniglio, A.C. e...



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Results of a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition indicate that regularly consuming a diet of pro-inflammatory foods (e.g., those rich in simple carbohydrates or in saturated fats) is associated with increased likelihood of developing frailty in middle-aged and older adul...


OR YEHUDA, Israel, Dec. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Restore Medical Ltd., a clinical-stage MedTech company developing cardiac implants for the treatment of congestive heart failure (CHF), today announced promising preliminary results of the First-in-Human clinical trial of ContraBand™, a breakthrou...


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Photo: R. Dodson Photography FRIDAY, Dec. 3, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- In second grade, Emily Meister was performing as Gretl Von Trapp in the local high school production of "The Sound of Music" when she felt her heart beating unusually fast. She also sensed pressure in her ches...



Emma H. Tobin, Associated Press This Friday, Oct. 15, 2021 photo shows a bottle of aspirin in the Brooklyn borough of New York. A Utah heart physician said a new study that shows a link between aspirin and heart failure might be selection bias, but it’s something worth talking about. Selectio...


Could there actually be a silver lining to the pandemic? New research draws a connection between less air pollution in the United States during the shutdowns and stay-at-home orders of COVID-19 to fewer heart attacks. The study abstract was presented at the American Heart Association’s Scient...


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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined. Talk about a wakeup call. The good news is that you have opportunities to prevent heart disease and lessen your risk of a stroke or heart attack later in life.  Ammar Habib, M...


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Hyderabad: The 73rd Annual Conference of the Cardiological Society of India began here on Thursday with cardiologists advising people to focus on identification and prevention to ensure better heart health. CSI2021 President, Dr P. Mohanan Padinahare stated that knowing cholesterol, diabetes, and b...


Background Heart failure (HF) represents a global public health threat. The effect of HF on the elderly population is disproportionate. Even assuming that the incidence for a specific age, sex, or ethnicity is stable, heart failure prevalence shows a steady elevation over the next 20 years, 1 mai...


Taking a daily low dose of aspirin to prevent heart disease had been a mainstay in cardiac treatment for over 40 years. Recent changes in recommendations by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has led many patients to call their doctor seeking advice, and likely many people have stopped their d...


PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Ascension Sacred Heart now has mental health professionals at six of their primary care facilities across Northwest Florida. The Ascension Florida and Gulf Coast Regional Director of Behavioral Health, Dr. Ellen Williams, says having mental health professionals on site at these...



1 of 7 This new coronavirus "variant of concern," first identified in southern Africa, is raising concern among scientists and putting all of us on edge: 2 of 7 "Sensory specific satiety" helps explain why after a large turkey dinner, for instance, we often: 3 of 7 New guidance from the...



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A gene variant initially uncovered in the genomes of people belonging to the Old Order Amish has been linked in a new study to lower levels of fibrinogen (a blood clotting factor) and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol—both of which, when elevated, increase a person’s risk of developing ca...


Mark Pazniokas :: ctmirror.org Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo will resign on Dec. 31 due to a medical condition. {Updated at 4:45 p.m.} State Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo, who spearheaded initiatives to improve transparency and bring greater stability to Connecticut’s finances, will resign Dec. 3...


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The American Heart Association (AHA) donated 30 blood pressure kits to the Nashville Public Library for Davidson County residents free for check-out for up to 84 days at a time. "You don't have to worry about, 'Oh, can I afford one from my local pharmacy? Would my insura...


According to new research at the Karolinska Institutet, an increased resting heart rate can be an independent risk factor for dementia. The study has been published in the 'Alzheimer's Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association'. The number of people living with dementia is expected to in...



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We are only privileged enough to have one life, and in that life, you might only use the one heart that you have to live it. We need many things to have a life that feels full, and one of the most important things that we need to be alive is a beating heart. Everywhere you look when it comes to he...


In the last several months, the groups have seen a rise in members from anti-vaccine and Covid-denial communities, including prominent activists who sell the product to raise funds for anti-vaccine efforts. A profile of one top seller featured in BOO’s semiregular glossy magazine, “The Bog,” noted...


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A 2021 American Heart Association (AHA) study showed how someone perceives themselves directly affects their heart health and is disproportionately affecting those in the Hispanic and Latino communities. "Even in 2021, as the world has been turned upside down by a pandem...


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Written by Mat Lecompte Published on November 26, 2021 Taking 10,000 steps per day is a great goal. It’s a nice, round number that is easy to remember, but it can be a little daunting for some. But why has it become the benchmark for steps? Is it backed by scientific evidence or recomme...


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Published December 2, 2021 5:12PM Updated 5:58PM Teen develops life-saving Code Blue app Kimberly Kuizon reports PALMETTO, Fla. - At Buffalo Creek Middle School, 13-year-old Jace Billingsley is doing more than his daily classwork. "Creating something that could help save someone'...


Just reading the word “stress” can you make you feel the unpleasant symptoms that come with it: your pulse quickens and your mood takes a turn for the worse as your body begins to feel torn and frayed. And common wisdom suggests that stress sends your blood pressure skyrocketing, too. Cleveland C...


Theories abound regarding the mechanism behind the link between mRNA vaccines and myocarditis. (Wall Street Journal) Registry data show that COVID-19 patients with ischemic heart disease were not at a disadvantage in survival, whereas those with heart failure experienced excess in-hospital deaths....


MONDAY, Nov. 29, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- For individuals at risk, aspirin use is associated with increased risk for incident heart failure, according to a study published online Nov. 22 in ESC Heart Failure. Blerim Mujaj, M.D., Ph.D., from the University of Leuven in Belgium, and colleagues condu...


It goes without saying that keeping your heart healthy is of vital importance. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the U.S. In fact, one person dies every 36 seconds from cardiovascular disease. ...


U p to 300,000 people in the UK are facing heart-related illnesses due to post-pandemic stress disorder (PPSD), two London physicians have warned. This could result in a 4.5 per cent rise in cardiovascular cases nationally because of the effects of PPSD, with those aged between 30 to 45 most at...



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Sam Prewit is a 13-year media professional and Cleveland American Heart Association board member who is passionate about heart health, education, and fitness after surviving a heart attack in his 20’s. CLEVELAND -- I was excited to see that one of Mayor-elect Justin Bibb’s first stop...


Berries and watermelon in the summer, kale and beets in the winter. The recipe for anti-inflammatory foods to enjoy can change with the seasons. Your heart, your brain, and even your joints can benefit from a steady diet of these nutritious foods, and scientists think that their effects on infl...


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Empagliflozin demonstrated a clinical benefit for patients hospitalized for acute heart failure, according to research presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2021. These benefits included increased survival, a lower risk of hospital readmission for heart failure, and an...


There’s been plenty of debate in recent years about heart health in endurance athletes. The current evidence, as I see it, suggests that it’s very, very unlikely that years of training for marathons will eventually damage your heart. But there’s another angle to this issue that’s often ignored: y...


Sophia Antipolis , France – 28 Aug 2021:  People who live in green neighbourhoods are less likely to develop cardiovascular disease, according to research presented at ESC Congress 2021.1,2 “Higher levels of greenness were associated with lower rates of heart conditions and stroke over ti...


A silent heart attack is a heart attack that occurs without symptoms or with unrecognized symptoms. A person may not know they had a heart attack until they receive a diagnosis after weeks or months have passed. This article discusses the signs of a silent heart attack. It also outlines risk factor...


HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - After a missing out on so many celebrations because of the pandemic many families are planning on going big this year. Health experts caution women to be mindful of their heart health. Angel Schneider suffered a heart attack at age 43. She says it was normal day, sittin...


Winters are here, the season of versatile oranges, loaded with the goodness of Vitamin C, minerals and antioxidants apart from great taste. The citrus fruit is not just refreshing for your taste buds and senses but also your entire system and is capable to solve many of your winter-related health...


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Heart Health Supplements Sales market valuation to boom through 2027 This report is for the market players and interested participants who are seeking in-depth knowledge about the global Heart Health Supplements Sales market and seek in-detail on the impact of pandemic on economic...


Share on Pinterest New research examines what medication adults with hypertension are taking. David Smart/Stocksy Most people with hypertension in the United States have not managed to lower their blood pressure to recommended levels with treatment. There are many causes...


Deciding between Fitbit trackers can be a tough choice. Compounding that problem is Fitbit’s website—the company isn’t consistent about what features it highlights, much less the amount of detail given. Comparing the various models isn’t straightforward. To help speed up that process, we’ve highl...


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), someone in the United States suffers a stroke every 40 seconds, totaling more than 795,000 people each year nationwide. But while they're distressingly common, experts also estimate that 80 percent of all strokes are actually...


By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Nov. 15, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Your daily cup of joe might be a quick pick-me-up, but it comes with a mixed bag of good and not-so-good effects on your health, a new study reports. Drinking coffee helps people stay more active, but it also s...


COATESVILLE, Pennsylvania (WPVI) -- Student-athletes at Coatesville Area Senior High School are learning about heart health in memory of a football player who suddenly died before a game last summer. "We are teaching kids how to save kids," said Christy Silva of Aidan's Heart Foundation. "Up to 9...


Jowar or sorghum is a winter superfood you must enjoy as the temperature goes down to boost immunity and support your overall health. The desi weight loss food apart from being consumed as roti, dosa or cheela, can also be eaten in its raw form and doesn't need much cooking. For diabetics, it is a...


Personal Health Many doctors recommend the heart test to pinpoint which patients would benefit from treatment to reduce their cardiovascular risk. Credit... Rachel Levit Published Nov. 22, 2021 Updated Nov. 24, 2021 For nearly 45 yea...


Sprouts are a powerhouse of health  |  Photo Credit: iStock Images Key Highlights Sprouts have long since been the symbol of nutrition, and fertility, but now it is seen as anti-diabetic. Most civilisations have valued this food source/item and coined traditional recipes around...


Home » Health News » Extreme Heat Events Jeopardize Cardiovascular Health, Say Experts. Written by Sarah Cownley Published on November 22, 2021 Due to concerns about climate change, the Canadian Journal of Cardiology has examined how extreme heat can affect heart health. D...


close 01/4 What is Flaxseed Wrap Raise your hands if you are bored of eating flaxseeds as a part of your morning cereal bowl! Well, we can relate much and we recently came across an interesting wrap recipe made with flaxseeds that are good for your heart, brain, and skin too. Nut...


Although Chloe cheers for Ohio State, her parents credit Michigan Medicine doctors for saving her life. "Her recovery is a testament to Chloe’s strength," said Vikram Sood, Chloe's pediatric heart surgeon. Credit: Michigan Medicine The Moser family loves the Ohio State Uni...



FREDERICK, Md., Nov. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- As part of the annual Antietam Memorial Illumination this year, Meritus Health and the Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area (HCWHA) teamed up to develop a very special luminary display entitled "Resilience and Remembrance in a Pandemic." The di...


James Krenis has always tried to enjoy life and experience as many different experiences as he could. “I think it’s really the only way to get the most out of life – to experience new things and not the normal or usual way of doing things,” said Krenis, an attorney and sports agent based in Jac...


Patients with mild or moderate heart failure who have high levels of inflammation responded well to the stem cell injections. Photo by Jesse Orrico/Unsplash Heart failure patients who fit a specific profile can benefit from injection of stem cells delivered directly into their heart muscle, a new s...


Susan La Fountaine  |  Columnist Research has identified many benefits with ingesting cacao. In the past few decades cacao has proven to stimulate the nervous system, modulate inflation, and aid in the protection of brain and heart health. It contains a small amount of caffeine and the...


Once in a while failing to get proper sleep may not be a reason to worry; but when it becomes too frequent, it can be blamed on sleep apnea.  |  Photo Credit: iStock Images Key Highlights Obstructive sleep apnea refers to a state characterised by disturbed breathing patterns during s...


La La Anthony is the best friend many of us wish we had. If you don’t believe me, take a look at Instagram on her birthday, June 25, which the women in her circle treat as if it’s a national holiday. Vanessa Bryant, Ciara, Kim Kardashian, and Kelly Rowland, among others, post photos of Anthony,...


Jill Szalony, her husband Alex Samuelson, and their three children, Grace, Benjamin and Jesse. Courtesy of NJ Sharing Network By TAPINTO MONTCLAIR STAFF Published November 24, 2021 at 8:22 PM MONTCAIR, NJ – This Thanksgiving will be a special time for Jill Szalony,...


In order to prevent deaths in racehorses stemming from irregular heartbeats, researchers are studying genetics in horses across Minnesota. Photo courtesy of Kendall Blanchard The University’s Akhurst Laboratory research project aims to identify genetic factors that contribute t...


November 24, 2021 Clinical Contributors to this Story Robert Berkowitz, M.D. contributes to topics such as Heart Failure and Transplantation Cardiology. Heart failure is one of the top killers in the United States, claiming about 380,000 lives every year. But while the disease can be severe an...


What can you add to a wide variety of foods, from cereals to salads, that’s crunchy, filling, and flavorful — and good for your heart? The answer is nuts. While all varieties of nuts are chock full of important nutrients, walnuts may be especially good for protecting cardiovascular health, acco...


The vaccine mandate applies to employees at facilities that participate in the Medicare and Medicaid insurance programs. Last week, the Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a final rule requiring vaccination against COVID-19 for employees in most health care settings. This rule...


WASHINGTON--( BUSINESS WIRE )--A plant-based diet helped hospital workers improve their heart health and quality of life at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine . “Hospital employees continue to risk illness and d...


Without the watch, she wouldn't have known about her heart rate in time. Patty Stone said her Apple Watch buzzed because her heart rate was low. The retired nurse in Missouri was taken to the hospital where she was on 24/7 monitoring until her heart rate returned back to normal....


Are you a coffee drinker? Your brain may thank you for it. A new study, published in the journal PLOS Medicine, found that individuals who drank four to six cups of coffee a day, along with drinking tea, had a lower incidence of stroke and dementia. The current study derived data from over 350,000...


ill Szalony, her husband Alex Samuelson, and their three children, Grace, Benjamin and Jesse. (COURTESY NJ SHARING NETWORK) Montclair resident Jill Szalony, 51, is celebrating the 5-year anniversary of her life-saving heart transplant along with her husband Alex Samuelson, and three children. S...


If you have high blood pressure, take care when choosing products for treating cold and flu symptoms or pain. As winter arrives and the cold and flu season starts to peak, many people head to pharmacies looking for products to ease their sniffles and aches. Remedies for cold, allergy, and sin...


Thanksgiving may seem like it’s all about the big meal. But what you eat (or don’t) first thing that day matters, too. A meal that’s too big or too heavy can weigh you down before the festivities even begin. On the other end of the spectrum, skipping breakfast can also be problematic. “If you...


(The Magazine Plus Editorial):- Columbia, South Carolina Nov 23, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Bela Family Dentistry is sounding the alarm to warn patients about the link between gum disease and brain and heart health.  This important information is being disseminated via the website, newsletters, e-mail...


THURSDAY, Nov. 18, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- Intermittent fasting could increase a key protein that controls inflammation and protects the heart, according to a new study. Intermittent fasting limits a person's consumption of food and beverages to certain times of the day or week t...


Share on Pinterest Having high blood pressure may raise the risk of epilepsy, according to new research. Sean Locke/Stocksy Researchers investigated the link between high blood pressure and epilepsy. They found that high blood pressure increases the risk of epilepsy by...


LONG ISLAND (WABC) -- A dad on Long Island is sharing his story on the critical importance of getting the right doctors to check on your health - especially for those with serious conditions. Chris Frey has had heart problems all his life, and he knows the importance of checks all too well from e...


Ask the doctor Q. After my echocardiogram, my doctor said that my ejection fraction was on the low side and I should get it checked again in a few months. What exactly does the term ejection fraction mean? A. Ejection fraction is the fraction (expressed as a percentage) of the blood that your...


WASHINGTON--( BUSINESS WIRE )--A plant-based diet helped hospital workers improve their heart health and quality of life at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine . “But our research shows a plant-based diet can hel...


Festive Diabetes-Friendly Recipes to Get You Started If you’re still at a loss as to how to create a tasty, diabetes-friendly dish for your table, try one (or more) of the following recipes that are perfect on a holiday menu. These crowd-pleasers get the thumbs-up from diabetes experts. 1....


November 15, 2021 A rare heart condition, myocarditis, may have you wondering, should I get the COVID vaccine? Should I get my child vaccinated? To help us understand this heart condition and if there is substantial risk from COVID-19 or the vaccine, we connected with cardiologist Brett Sealove, M....


With a focus on comfort and quality of life, this specialty is gradually moving into cardiac care. Many people who’ve heard of palliative care assume that it’s only for people with terminal cancer. Or they believe palliative care is synonymous with hospice care. Neither is true. And growing e...



During the time it takes to read this brief article, ischaemic heart disease, in its various forms, will claim the lives of about 50 people around the world. This interrelated constellation of conditions—including myocardial infarction, atrial fibrillation and cardiac arrest—account for more deat...


(CNN)Walking is the most popular aerobic physical activity in the United States, with 111 million people hitting the pavement in 2018 as part of their fitness goals. In addition, walking's sister activity, hiking, enticed 57.8 million Americans to get out on the trails in 2020, a figure that h...


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The phrase “serious as a heart attack” exists for a reason: Heart attacks are a medical emergency that can impact your entire life — and can be deadly. But by adopting healthy lifestyle changes and closely following your doctor’s guidance, you can play an enormous role in your recovery and help pre...


Perhaps no other food has quite the historied health halo as sprouts: Once a symbol of hippie health food in the ’60s and ’70s, today sprouts are available in many grocery stores and restaurants. Now new research tells us there's good reason that sprouts have enjoyed their wellness-promoting statu...


August 31, 2021 Clinical Contributors to this Story Iqbal Jafri, M.D. contributes to topics such as Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, . After a heart attack, making healthy lifestyle changes can help you recover faster and reduce your chances of experiencing another cardiac event. However,...



Arbi, also called taro root in English, is used to make various delicious recipes. This root vegetable is rich in fiber, antioxidants, potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, vitamin E and resistant starch. Arbi has various health benefits like, it helps in keeping the blood sugar levels in control, red...


Dementia is a leading cause of disability and death worldwide. There is no cure. Recent research has focused on whether diet might influence the risk and progress of dementia. In this Special Feature, Medical News Today assesses the evidence and looks at how you might help reduce your risk of dem...


close 01/6 Some common signs of a heart attack Chest, jaw and neck pain, breathlessness and lightheadedness are some known and obvious symptoms of a heart attack. But these are not the only symptoms of this cardiovascular problem. When the supply of oxygenated blood to the heart...


For nearly two years, the nation has been gripped by a worldwide pandemic. Daily counts of infections and deaths, coupled with precautionary mandates, has forced the conversation of health and healthcare in a way seldom seen before. It has also underscored the medical conditions that are prevalent...


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TUESDAY, Nov. 16, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Heart failure patients who fit a specific profile can benefit from injection of stem cells delivered directly into their heart muscle, a new study finds. Patients with mild or moderate heart failure who have high levels of inflammation responded well to t...


Research we're watching Swapping regular table salt (sodium chloride) with a salt substitute containing some potassium chloride may lower the risk of strokes and related heart problems, according to a large study from China. Diets high in sodium but low in potassium are known to raise blood pressur...


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At least 1 in 5 men and 1 in 10 women who smoke will ultimately die of a cardiovascular disease event like a heart attack or stroke, according to a study published in November 2021 in the Journal of the American Heart Association . And many of these smokers do not see it coming. Smokers who d...


Dark chocolate is a “joy” when it comes to keeping your heart healthy, coffee is likely protective, but wine is at best “neutral”, according to one of the world’s leading cardiologists. As editor of the European Heart Journal for more than a decade, Prof Thomas Lüscher led a team that sifted throu...


Rachel M. Bond, MD, FACC Health Care equity for women and women of color at the Third Annual Women's Heart Vascular Symposium this Saturday, Nov 21th at The Omni Scottsdale. It is absolutely crucial to expand the conversation and deepen the education around heart health for wo...


New research hints at a novel possible link between these two common conditions. Does chronic constipation make people more prone to heart problems? Some studies suggest the answer is yes, but the evidence is far from clear. As is true for all observational study findings, a correlation betwe...


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November 19, 2021 Clinical Contributors to this Story Robert Berkowitz, M.D. contributes to topics such as Heart Failure and Transplantation Cardiology. Everyone gets short of breath once in a while. But if it happens when you’re not exercising or dashing around during busy days, it could be a...


FRIDAY, Nov. 19, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Young African American patients have had an increasing burden of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors and worsened in-hospital outcomes, though with improved survival odds, according to a study presented at the American Heart Association Scientific Se...


Home » Health News » Heart Rate of Older Couples Synchronizes When They Are Close Together Written by Sarah Cownley Published on November 19, 2021 New research from the University of Illinois has shown that the heart rate in older couples synchronizes when they are close t...


Could your feet really serve as a gateway to release toxins from your body? That’s the theory offered by alternative health companies marketing the magic of foot detox bath systems … for a price, of course. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps su...


Although commonly thought of as a respiratory illness, COVID-19 can affect multiple organs, including the heart and vascular system, according to cardiologists with Northwest Medical Group Mild COVID-19 illness is typically recognized by upper respiratory tract symptoms, loss of taste and smell...


Eaten by whales and penguins, krill is a small crustacean found in the ocean. But krill may also have benefits for humans. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Poli...


 When considering the benefits of exercising, losing weight and “getting ripped” might be the first things to come to mind. But there’s a benefit that is way more crucial: keeping a healthy heart. Your heart is the most important muscle in your body, so it deserves some attention too, right? Let’s...


Photo © Fisher Photostudio - Stock.adobe.com Cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains the world’s number one killer, even as COVID-19 and its variant strains dominate front-page news. It’s a fact we can’t forget. We can’t lose sight of the importance of heart health, even as consumer...


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The APAC Heart Health Functional Food market is projected to register a CAGR of 4.42% during the forecast period (2021- 2026). Functional foods are those foods that contain various health benefits beyond basic nutrition. These foods support optimal health and reduce the risk of various disease...



Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain About a decade ago, scientists found that people can lower their risk of heart disease and stroke by managing seven easily understood risk factors—things like diet, exercise and smoking status. This collection was dubbed "Life's Simple 7." The way it wor...


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The common view is that cardiovascular disease mainly affects men, but it is also the leading cause of death in women worldwide. And, as with men, morbidity and mortality in women increase drastically with age. Despite its burden, cardiovascular disease is considered to be largely preventable. Re...



TTHealthWatch is a weekly podcast from Texas Tech. In it, Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Rick Lange, MD, president of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in El Paso, look at the top medical stories of the week. This week's topics inclu...


MONDAY, Nov. 15, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- For patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), a quantitative flow ratio (QFR) for lesion selection improves one-year clinical outcomes compared with standard angiography guidance, according to a study published online Nov. 4 in The Lanc...


The American Heart Association is gearing up for its 2021 Houston Heart Walk on Saturday, Nov. 13 — a crowning event of the AHA’s annual, year-long heart health awareness campaign. “Our goal is to encourage people to learn more about how movement protects your health and overall wellbeing,” said Che...


Witnessing robust expansion at nearly 7% CAGR during 2019 – 2026, the heart health functional food market in Asia Pacific (APAC) will be driven by growing demand for specific health products, inclination towards foods that promote a healthy lifestyle, and increasing focus on prevention rather than...


When you think of vitamin C, you may tend to think of oranges as a good source. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy But did you know that grapes are also...


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No single food can do it all — but it goes without saying that some foods are healthier than others. A leafy salad is healthier than a plate of fries; a salmon filet is healthier than a loaded cheeseburger; a yogurt parfait is healthier than a hot fudge sundae. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit ac...


UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Seasoning your food generously with herbs and spices isn’t just a great way to make your meals tastier — new research found it may have benefits for your heart’s health, as well. In a controlled-feeding study, the researchers found that seasoning foods with 6.5 grams, or...


People who ate higher total amounts of red meat, processed red meat, and nondairy animal fat had an increased the risk of stroke, while those who ate more vegetable fat or polyunsaturated fat lowered it, according to a new 27-year study of more than 117,000 health professionals. “Our findings...


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The research study on the Heart Health Products market is a powerful resource for industry professionals to analyze the  Heart Health Products industry deeply and helps in decision making. The report provides a detailed assessment of market size, revenue structure, CAGR, consumption, profit margin,...


Fiber may also help you cultivate a better, more diverse community of bacteria in your gut, which can ultimately contribute to reduced inflammation throughout your body, including in your cardiovascular system, says Dr. Hong. Then there’s the fact that naturally fiber-rich foods, like whole grain...


New Jersey, United States,- This Heart Health Supplements Manufacturers Profiles, market report study describes a productive and motivated sector as well as a market prognosis. Industry players would be able to make smart decisions based on the results of the study. Overall, research is a...


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Routine doctor’s appointments might just seem like something you need to check off your to-do list, but if you go through them on auto-pilot, you’re doing yourself a disservice. Paying attention to exactly what your doctor is saying and asking the right questions is super-important—especially if yo...




La La Anthony is opening up about a health scare that sent her to the hospital. She was diagnosed with PVCs, a cardiac condition that is more common than you'd think. The 39-year-old "The Freak Brothers" star spoke to Al Roker and Shienelle Jones on the 3rd Hour of TODAY to explain exactly what ha...




Food seasonings are among the best factor that makes the menu delicious. In any part of the globe, seasonings are used to add any surprising flavors that people want in their dishes. Without the right seasonings, a recipe would not be as it is. A new study suggests that seasonings are beneficial no...


Computer simulations and machine learning can lay the groundwork for algorithms to improve diagnostic accuracy of auscultation. Research from Johns Hopkins University demonstrates how virtual stethoscope recordings from biomechanics simulations (left) can be used to develop such an algorithm, w...


SYDNEY —  A study by Monash University researchers in Australia has found that moderate drinking of alcohol is associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and a lowering of death from all causes — when compared to zero alcohol consumption. More than 18,000 people over the age of 70...


Share on Pinterest The American Heart Association has updated its recommendations about heart-healthy eating. Sergio Marcos/Stocksy Following its 2006 scientific statement Trusted Source , the American Heart Association (AHA) has updated its nutritional recommendatio...


(HealthDay)—Young, Black Americans are experiencing significant spikes in obesity, type 2 diabetes and smoking, all risk factors for heart attack and stroke. Between 2007 and 2017—before the COVID-19 pandemic and the concerns it has created—hospitalized Black Americans aged 18 to 44 had sh...


Your Gut’s Role in Health and Disease Your microbiome consists of trillions of microorganisms that live in and on your body — mostly bacteria but also fungi and other organisms. It’s estimated that an average person has about 38 trillion bacteria in their microbiome, with most of these crea...


The cold, dark winter months can pose health risks to many people, but we tend to focus on the dangers of flu and hypothermia. However, the drop in temperature can impact your health, specifically your heart, in ways you may not expect. Why can winter affect your heart? Evidence shows that across...




From small, under-desk cycles to high-tech stationary bikes, there’s a pedaling machine to suit all fitness levels. They say you never forget how to ride a bike. So even if you haven’t ridden one in decades, you might be pleasantly surprised to find it easy to take up cycling later in life. M...


By Thomas Cawthon, MD February marks American Heart Month, a time people are encouraged to focus on their cardiovascular health in an effort to prevent heart disease, which accounts for one in four deaths in the U.S.  Heart disease affects all ages, genders and ethnicities, and although...


Vitamin K abundantly found in leafy green vegetables  |  Photo Credit: iStock Images Key Highlights It's the Vitamin K in green veggies that help the blood coagulate that also enhances heart health, finds research. Rich sources of Vitamin K are vegetables like spinach, asparagus,...


New research suggests that eating alone can actually pose a health threat to some people — specifically an increased risk of heart disease in older women. A study published November 1 in the journal Menopause  found that the women who ate by themselves were 2.58 times more likely to have angi...


Knowing your heart rate at any time is easier than ever. What are the best ways to use this instant information? There are many ways to track your heart rate nowadays, from fitness watches such as Garmin and Apple to activity trackers. These devices use photoplethysmography sensors to measure...


New Jersey, United States,- A recent market research report added to the repository of Verified Market Reports is an in-depth analysis of the Heart Health Supplements Market. On the basis of historic growth analysis and the current scenario of the Heart Health Supplements marketplace, the rep...


New Jersey, United States,- Market Research Intellect recently released a new report titled Global Heart Health Functional Food Market Outlook 2021 The report has been developed using primary and secondary research methodologies, which provide an accurate and accurate understanding of the Hea...


Texas AM University Health Science Center (Texas AM Health) in October celebrated the opening of the Texas AM Health Hub in Bryan. The first of its kind in the Brazos Valley, the 33,000 square-foot facility located at 2900 East 29th St. is designed to treat the mind and body of patients of all age...


Credit: CC0 Public Domain Adolescence is a critical period for the evolution of cardiometabolic risk factors that are largely influenced by diet and lifestyle. Understanding these risk factors is essential to developing effective dietary guidance for disease prevention targeting this crit...


You’ve probably heard of diabetes. And obesity. But what the heck is diabesity? It’s a new medical term for a condition that’s becoming a worldwide epidemic. And if you have it, losing weight could cure the condition. Endocrinologist Jay Waddadar , MD, explains. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit...



Tiramisu, chocolate mousse, crème brulee. Desserts are your jam. (Ooh! Jam!) Unfortunately, all those sweets may not be doing wonders for your heart. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic...


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AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) - Augusta Health is celebrating a big milestone in the heart and vascular department. Cardiologists did their 1,000th angioplasty, a procedure used to relieve pressure on the heart during a heart attack. Dr. Surjya Das says the treatment is in the form of emergency cath...


If giving up cigarettes causes you to gain 50 pounds, is the extra weight worse for you than smoking? Or did you simply trade one heart health risk factor for another? Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse no...


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THURSDAY, Nov. 4, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- Lifestyle change is a powerful, proven way for a person to prevent heart disease. But to make healthy changes stick, people often need a little help. Primary care doctors could offer crucial assistance in connecting patients with counseli...


Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain Latino adults who followed a healthy dietary plan had healthier hearts in terms of structure and function, according to preliminary research to be presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2021. The meeting will be fully virtual,...


PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Ascension Sacred Heart Health Care facilities in Florida are being sued over their vaccine mandate. The hospital in Pensacola is forcing employees to get vaccinated by Nov. 12 or they lose their jobs. Channel 3 spoke to a few employees from Ascension Sacred Heart about the laws...


Adults age 60 and older who are at risk of heart disease should not start taking a daily low dose of aspirin to prevent heart attack or stroke, according to the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), a panel of 16 independent experts appointed by the U.S. Department of Health...


FRIDAY, Nov. 5, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Most folks groan when the time comes to either "spring forward" or "fall back" an hour, with the waxing and waning of daylight saving time. But that one-hour time shift — which occurs at 2 a.m. Sunday — is more than just a minor annoyance, sleep experts say...


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During the time it takes to read this brief article, ischaemic heart disease, in its various forms, will claim the lives of about 50 people around the world. This interrelated constellation of conditions—including myocardial infarction, atrial fibrillation and cardiac arrest—account for more deat...


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In the moment, having a delicious meal and drinks is one of life’s great pleasures. However, the aftermath of a gigantic dinner often doesn’t feel quite so good. You could retain water from overdoing it on salt and feel bloated and sluggish. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical cente...


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So, is it still all about "You are what you eat?" Well, it depends if you're practicing heart-healthy eating habits, according to the American Heart Association's  "2021 Dietary Guidance to Improve Cardiovascular Health." The 10-point guide released Tuesday suggests that, yes, t...


Heart disease is the leading cause of death for people of most racial and ethnic groups. However, it is more common among African American people than among those belonging to other racial groups. In 2018, African American people were 30% more likely than non-Hispanic white people to die of heart d...


(NAPSI)—Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women, and people of most racial and ethnic groups in the United States—about 655,000 Americans die from heart disease each year, according to the Centers For Disease Control And Prevention—but you can protect yourself 3 ways.  Three Ste...


The pandemic may have put millions of more women — particularly young women — unknowingly on track for heart disease complications. Driving the news: Several studies have emerged in the past year sounding alarms on how pandemic stressors like the increasingly difficult work-life balance, caregivin...


Fall is the season of Diwali, one of the biggest holidays for practitioners of Hinduism. The five-day celebration, also known as the Festival of Lights, symbolizes the victory of good over evil, according to Share America, a website run by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Global Public Af...


You may have heard of folate. But what is it? And why should you make sure you’re getting enough of it? Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy The B vitamin,...


KEY POINTS Previous studies have found evidence of the negative effects of eating alone Researchers say more and more people are eating alone nowadays Older women who ate alone were more at risk of having angina, the study showed Eating alone may increase the risk for heart disease in older wom...


88 Million Americans Have Prediabetes: #88for88 November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and this year the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) is teaming up with the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors by spreading the word about the 88 million Americans living with prediabe...


When it comes to cardiovascular disease, some factors – such as age and family history – are out of your control. But you can adopt healthy lifestyle habits that make a difference in keeping your blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels in check.  Topping the list? Eating foods that promo...



Prime IV Hydration Wellness - St. George, Utah CoQ10 injections counter heart disease factors and may lead to improved heart health. Oral supplements can take months to increase these vital levels, the benefits of our injections are clear with nearly one hundred percen...


Many people are on a house-cleaning spree or busy renovating their homes ahead of Diwali. Just like you don't neglect your house cleaning and make every effort to improve its look, it is equally important to pay attention to the maintenance of your heart. If you are feeling tired all the time, havi...


Now that the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for use in children ages 5 through 11, there's concern that some will develop myocarditis, a swelling of the heart muscle. But it's not clear how many – and millions of children will have to be vaccinated before it...


Hamburgers may not cause heart attacks, but we have long known that lifestyle choices —including diet, exercise, and sleep patterns — play a role in cardiovascular health. What we don’t know is exactly how these factors actually affect our various bodily functions. Filip K. Swirski, director of the...


We all want a healthy heart for life. Diet can make a huge difference in achieving that goal. On Tuesday, the American Heart Association released its list of the 10 key components that make up a heart-healthy eating pattern. The advice may sound familiar, but the scientific statement — published in...


New 10,000-square-foot facility to deliver outstanding multidisciplinary specialty oncology care to the Bronx Cutting Ceremonial Ribbon for New Comprehensive Cancer Care Facility are Arthur Klein, MD, President Emeritus of the Mount Sinai Health Network, and Luis Isola, MD, Director...


Beta glucan is a type of fiber that’s responsible for many of the health-promoting properties of foods like oats, wheat, and barley. It has been studied extensively for its effects on heart health and cholesterol levels, as well as been shown to boost immunity and stabilize blood sugar levels. As s...



If you have eczema, you’re not alone: It’s a very common condition that affects up to 15 million Americans. A form of dermatitis — a term that means skin inflammation — eczema makes your skin more sensitive. That means your skin might look red or irritated; develop scaly, leathery patches or bumps;...


AUSTIN, Texas Dr. Stanley Wang, a cardiologist at Austin Heart Central at the Heart Hospital of Austin, has been sending his patients the same message for months: If they get COVID- 19, they are among the highest-risk patients for severe disease and hospitalization. Most are listening and have been...


Embargoed until 7 a.m. CT / 8 a.m. ET Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021 DALLAS, Nov. 3, 2021 – The American Heart Association is presenting its 2021 Distinguished Scientist in Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology to Kathryn J. Moore, Ph.D., FAHA, of New York University Grossman School of Medic...


Josh Andre was born with CHD; after fighting hard to stay alive, he now is a student-athlete at Newsome High School. By Makenzie Atkins Josh Andre, a 17-year-old Newsome High School senior, works with the American Heart Association (AHA) after enduring his own continuing health journey an...


Socioeconomic barriers unique to women, including inadequate access to contraception, postpartum follow-up and maternity leave, set women's cardiovascular health back early in life and can result in heart attack, stroke and cardiovascular death in at-risk populations later in life, according to a...


Doctors and scientists tend to lump women in the years before menopause into one bucket. But women experiencing perimenopause have distinct experiences, including how long they go between periods during this time of hormonal instability. It turns out the differing lengths may indicate more th...


Share on Pinterest A new review outlines the importance of environmental factors on heart health. Christoph Lodewick/Stocksy Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death around the world. The mitigation of CVDs has typically focused on making individual...


You’ve likely heard about the link between good health and what you eat, and the importance of changing your diet when there’s a problem. For example, if you have elevated cholesterol, you should go easy on cheese and red meat, both of which are known to be high in unhealthy saturated fat, and inst...


Share on Pinterest The symptoms of small fiber neuropathy often will appear first in the feet. ALTO IMAGES/Stocksy The number of people with small fiber neuropathy has been increasing over the past 20 years. The increase could be due to greater awareness as well as the i...


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Massachusetts (Precision Vaccinations) Massachusetts based Moderna, Inc. provided an update on October 31, 2021, that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had notified the Company that it would require additional time to complete its assessment of Moderna’s recent Emergency Use Authoriz...


SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Jean Rounds, the wife of Republican Sen. Mike Rounds of South Dakota, died Tuesday following a battle with cancer. She was 65. Jean Rounds had a sarcoma cancer and had been undergoing treatment since May of 2019. Doctors initially found a malignant, aggressive tumor near he...


Nathan Schema has been named the new president and CEO of The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, the nation’s largest non-profit provider of senior care and services. Schema’s longstanding career in the long-term care industry began 15 years ago as an administrator-in-training in Mountain...


A vegan diet only comprises of plant-based foods and unlike Lacto-vegetarian group you can't even drink milk or have dairy products in this type of eating pattern. A proper vegan diet plan will consist of whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, healthy vegetable oils, legumes and seeds. The h...


These heart cells from a female mouse produce more of the protein A1BG (red) than male heart cells, possibly pointing to avenues for future heart disease interventions. Image credit: Wei Shi (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Often when it comes to disease, the sexes are not equa...


Functional foods are those foods that contain various health benefits beyond basic nutrition. These foods support optimal health and reduce the risk of various diseases. Foods that are fortified, enriched with nutrition have the potential beneficial effect on health of the individual when cons...


For 2022 Heart of Houston Heart Ball co-chairs Tim Singletary and Joanne Houck, being a part of the American Heart Association is personal. Singletary has faced a lifetime of heart issues. Born with a heart condition called Tetralogy of Fallow, he braved his first heart surgery when he was just 1 y...



Ask the doctor Q. In the June 2021 Heart Letter, you explained the symptoms and diagnosis of supraventricular tachycardia. Is that different from ventricular tachycardia? How are these problems treated? A. Tachycardia refers to a rapid heart rate — anything higher than 100 beats per minute...


Key Takeaways Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women, claiming more lives each year than all forms of cancer combined. Knowing your risk factors for cardiovascular disease and discussing them with your healthcare provider are two proactive steps you can take to protect your hear...


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Published November 1, 2021 at 7:00 AM CDT The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force now recommends people 60 and older with no cardiovascular disease should not begin aspirin therapy. Dr. Vivian Jones, a family physician with Texas Health Resources, explained why to KERA’s Sam Baker. INT...


Sleep plays a vital role in heart health. Insomnia can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Treatment for insomnia may include lifestyle adjustments and medications. When you think about a good night’s sleep, you might think in terms of having enough energy to get through the day. B...


Heart health: Maintain healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels to prevent heart disease Taking care of the heart is important as it is one of the most vital organs in the body. It is the heart that keeps one alive by pumping blood to all the other organs. The incidence of heart disea...


THURSDAY, Oct. 28, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- ADHD medications are increasingly being prescribed to older adults, and they may cause a short-term spike in the risk of heart attack, stroke and arrhythmias, a large new study suggests. Stimulant medications, such as Ritalin, Concerta and Adderall, are...


Cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of death and morbidity worldwide, including in the United States. Randolph P. Martin, M.D., FACC, FASE, FESC, emeritus professor of cardiology at Emory University Healthcare and chief medical officer for Caption Health, notes we live in an obesogeni...


Two Netflix employees at the heart of the Dave Chappelle controversy have filed labor charges against the company, alleging the streaming giant retaliated against them for engaging in protected activity. B. Pagels-Minor, a Black trans program manager, was fired while organizing a walkout related t...


July 1, 2021 Clinical Contributors to this Story Kanika Mody, M.D. contributes to topics such as Heart Care. Are heart palpitations normal? The answer depends on several factors, including how often palpitations occur and if they disrupt your day-to-day activities. A flip-flopping feeling in y...


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In 2020, the terrible toll of the COVID-19 pandemic largely overshadowed the affliction that remains the leading cause of death in this country: heart disease. In the United States last year, at least twice as many people died from cardiovascular causes as those who died from complications from SAR...


A zero coronary artery calcium (CAC) score didn't necessarily mean zero obstructive coronary artery disease (CAD) in symptomatic patients, a Danish group found. Among those with a CAC score of zero, 3% of adults younger than 40 had obstructive CAD compared with 8% of those 70 and older in the larg...


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Venison, or meat from elk and deer, is a type of game meat known for its strong earthy taste and smooth texture. Because it’s leaner than some other types of red meat, you may wonder whether it’s also lower in cholesterol and if it can fit into a heart-healthy diet. This article takes a detailed lo...


Our editors have independently chosen the products listed on this page. If you purchase something mentioned in this article, we may earn a small commission. October 29, 2021 — 18:02 PM If you're nuts about nuts, chances are, your taste buds are constantly happy. The ri...


Heart rate monitors can record a person’s heart rate during exercise, allowing them to determine and adjust the intensity of their workout. Many are compatible with fitness apps and equipment, and some are also waterproof. This article discusses heart rate monitors in more detail, including their f...


The term “heart failure” suggests the heart has stopped working, but that’s not the case. Heart failure is a condition in which the heart has grown weaker or become stiffer, and can no longer pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs. There are two main types of heart failure Trusted Source :...


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October 27, 2021 By: Dana Smith Cardiovascular disease is a major reason life expectancy is  more than two years lower  for Appalachian women than their peers in the rest of the U.S.  A recent study  from the  University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public He...


A new study has found that 9-17-year-old girls who consumed up to one cup of potatoes daily had no increased risk of becoming overweight or developing high blood pressure, dyslipidemia, or impaired fasting glucose. Agency News ANI| Oct 28, 2021 10:48 AM IST Washington [US], October 28 (...


Up to half of all heart attacks may go unrecognized — and they are linked to an increased risk of stroke. Heart attacks don’t always cause the dramatic symptoms depicted on TV shows, which often show a middle-aged man clutching his chest in pain. Sometimes, the symptoms are far more subtle, s...


The American Heart Association presented UNC Health with multiple Achievement Awards for implementation of quality care at eight hospitals across the state. Eight UNC Health hospitals have received American Heart Association Achievement Awards for implementing quality improvement measures that...


WEDNESDAY, Oct. 27, 2021 (American Heart Association News) The nightmare was so vivid that you woke up in a cold sweat, heart racing and certain that the creepy catastrophe was all too real. Should you have skipped the haunted house and those terrifying Halloween movies? More importantly, was...


close 01/11 ​Dhaniya (coriander) can improve your heart health, vision and more A little garnishing with Dhaniya and every dish starts to look super delicious. Fresh coriander also called hara dhaniya is packed with various nutrients like magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium,...


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WEDNESDAY, Oct. 27, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Long-standing obesity has a detrimental effect on cardiovascular health, according to a study published online Oct. 19 in the Journal of Internal Medicine. Magnus Nakrem Lyngbakken, M.D., Ph.D., from University of Oslo in Norway, and colleagues analyzed...


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Bob Harper Felt Inspired by Dr. Oz To Be Open About Heart Attack Bob Harper has always been a helper. Whether inspiring contestants on The Biggest Loser  or educating consumers through his best-selling books, the 55-year-old personal trainer has used his platform to promote healthy living...


Medical and public health experts Wednesday called on Boston city officials to abandon their effort to break up the community of people living in tents near the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulevard, the heart of Boston’s opioid and homelessness crisis. Speakers especially...


Newswise — Toronto (Oct. 27, 2021) – A new study from the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre reveals that patients who survive an aortic dissection often fail to receive ​​comprehensive post-surgical follow-up care leaving them vulnerable to a lifetime of sustained risk. A dedicated aortic clinic has been...


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Leanne McCrate  |  Gonzales Weekly Citizen Dear Dietitian, I recently read an article that said vitamin D protects against heart attacks. However, I have read several other articles that said the opposite. It’s frustrating, and I don’t know what to believe! Sam Dear Sam, Let me begin by...


By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | October 24, 2021 10:30:51 pm O2Live capsules are one of the prominent supplements of squalene. The gel capsules have 100 per cent squalene in it. (Photo: Getty/Thinkstock) “In India, cardiovascular issues are the leading cause of death. About 7...


If you're convinced you need to add more fiber to your diet, make sure to do so gradually and drink plenty of water along with it. Image Credit: LIVESTRONG.com Creative What Really Happens to Your Body When examines the head-to-toe effects of common behaviors, act...


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For years, many doctors have recommended that people in their 50s start taking a low-dose aspirin every day to protect heart health and, more recently, to prevent colon cancer. So it was a shock this month when an independent panel made recommendations to curb aspirin use. But don’t throw out you...


It's never been a better time to grow old. On average, seniors and older adults all over the globe are living longer. The WHO even estimates that in about eight short years one in 6 adults on our planet will be aged 60 or older! Similarly, a study published in The Proceedings of the National Academ...


Gaurang Vaidya, M.D., a UK HealthCare cardiologist, said many patients who were previously diagnosed with heart failure actually have underlying cardiac amyloidosis as the cause of their heart failure. Mark Cornelison | UK Photo. LEXINGTON, Ky. (Oct. 26, 2021) — When it comes to medical diagno...


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Sophia Antipolis, 29 September 2021 :  Heart healthy middle-aged adults are less likely to develop type 2 diabetes during their lifetime, according to a study published on World Heart Day in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).1...


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Research we're watching Foods containing vitamin K may help protect against cardiovascular disease, a new study suggests. The findings come from dietary data from more than 53,000 Danish adults. Researchers focused on vitamin K, which comes in two forms: vitamin K1 (found mainly in green leafy...


Share on Pinterest When it comes to diabetes, nongenetic risk factors are important. Dominik Wiesrecker/EyeEm/Getty Images A recent study investigated the effects of good cardiovascular health (CVH) in preventing type 2 diabetes (T2D) among middle-aged individuals. The res...


Whether you’re a biker, Pilates fiend, or couch surfer, you’re probably at least a little familiar with the rings on your Apple Watch, a hallmark of the device since it came out in 2015. But those three recognizable rings are far from the only health trackers on your watch. There are over 20 welln...


Peanut butter is a tasty, versatile, and nutrient-dense food that goes well with sweet and salty dishes alike. A 2-tablespoon (32-gram) serving provides 200 calories, 16 grams of fat, 7 grams each of protein and carbohydrates, and 1.5 grams of fiber ( 1 Trusted Source ). However, peanuts are th...


As we age, the foods we eat can greatly affect our fitness, appearance, quality of life, and disease risk. Our bodies rely on various nutrients to support the natural aging process. Some nutrients may help slow signs of aging, such as by promoting healthy skin. It’s important to note that eating...


While finding out you have high systolic blood pressure can be a cause for concern, it's also a chance to take action and lower your risk of serious events like heart attack, stroke, and even death. This article discusses what high systolic blood pressure is, how you can lower it, and how to preve...


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On call Q. I know olive oil is part of a heart-healthy diet, but is extra-virgin olive oil healthier than regular olive oil? A. Many studies continue to confirm the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet, which cuts the risk of heart disease and stroke. The diet’s nutritional benefits p...


To incorporate olive oil in your diet, use it as a salad dressing, for cooking your regular curries or even baking.  |  Photo Credit: iStock Images Key Highlights High cholesterol is known to block blood vessels thereby interrupting smooth blood circulation. Olive oil is 75% mon...


In recent years, a promising and exciting research avenue has been the potential of psychedelics to provide some unexpected health benefits. Now, researchers might have a new lead in the cardiovascular department. Magic mushrooms have been deemed a 'breakthrough therapy' for treating depression,...


THURSDAY, Oct. 21, 2021 (American Heart Association News) When Darlene Anita Scott started experiencing shortness of breath at age 41, her first worry was how it would affect her running. In her 20s, she was a frequent gym-goer who loved spin classes. Running arrived in her 30s after Scott, a p...


St. Martin’s Healthcare at the heart of the community To the editor: St. Martin’s Healthcare Inc.’s 16th birthday is meaningful in many ways. As St. Martin’s Healthcare (SMHC) celebrates our birthday this October, we are proud of our organization’s journey and growth over the past 16 years, and w...