The more fried chicken, fish, and potatoes you eat, the more likely you are to develop serious heart disease in the long term, according to a new scientific investigation published in the journal Heart
Hypertension at young age can lead to cardiovascular diseases; optimism may help reduce the risk, say scientists
A recent study found a dose-response relationship between optimism and hypertension, which means the higher the optimism, the lower the risk of developing hypertension
According to a study, the estimated prevalence of prediabetes in India is 14% - and that’s just those who have been tested.
While some women have no apparent symptoms, many experience classic symptoms of heart disease that are treatable.
Coconut oil is 80 percent saturated fat, according to the AHA, more than butter or beef fat
With DNA testing technologies becoming affordable, the question now is ‘how fast’ rather than ‘if’ genomics will impact healthcare.
Cholesterol and iron apparently work together. The result of an extended cross-population study in 1991 showed that heart disease mortality rates were correlated to a combination of iron and cholesterol, rather than with either one alone.
Fish oil is now the third most widely used dietary supplement, after vitamins and minerals. People have been told repeatedly that fatty acids will protect their hearts. On the contrary, it drives the towards a heart disease.
The longer the work hours or overtime you put in, the higher your chances of developing coronary heart disease within 10 years, says an alarming study.