I'm a Female Dietitian. Here Are My Top 10 Foods to Prevent Heart Disease in Women
A diet full of whole foods, plants and healthy oils can reduce the risk of heart disease in women, new research shows.
Man's Flu-Like Symptoms Lead to Open Heart Surgery
What started as flu-like symptoms led to open heart surgery for a Dallas man.
Drinking Tea May Lower Risk of Diabetes, Heart Disease
Researchers say you need to have at least four cups of tea per day to get the added health benefits.
Artificial Sweeteners May Raise Risk of Heart Disease or Stroke, New Research Finds
A study published Wednesday in the BMJ, which involved more than 100,000 adults in France, found a potential link between consumption of artificial sweeteners and heart disease, adding to mounting evidence that consuming these sugar alternatives may be harmful to your health. The results showed that participants who consumed large amounts of aspartame — found in the tabletop sweeteners Equal and NutraSweet…
Nonprofit Tackles Heart Health Inequalities
The HeartBrothers Foundation works to change the statistics that show some minority groups, especially Black people, experience heart disease at higher rates than other populations.
Mass. Nonprofit Works to ‘Bridge the Gap' of Heart Health Inequity
Heart disease hits Black people at a higher rate than almost any other group in America, but it’s a problem that doesn’t need to exist, and a local group is working to change the statistics. For Kyree Miller, the fight to help communities of color improve their heart health is very personal. He knows what it feels like to...
This ETF Is Designed to Help Fight Heart Disease While Making You Money. Here's How
It’s an ETF looking to make you money while saving lives.
This Is the Best Time to Go to Sleep for a Healthier Heart, Study Says
A new U.K. study has found that going to sleep between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. could lower the risk of heart disease.
Falling Asleep at This Time May Help Protect Your Heart
The study tracked and analyzed data from more than 88,000 adults for around six years.
Older Adults Shouldn't Take Aspirin to Prevent Heart Attack, Panel Says
Older adults without heart disease shouldn’t take daily low-dose aspirin to prevent a first heart attack or stroke, an influential health guidelines group said in preliminary updated advice released Tuesday.