Heart disease and stroke cause one-third of all deaths around the world.
Women are reported to be at a high risk to develop heart disease and it may start during the teenage years. Exercise can be the best way to stay fit and healthy and cycling is one exercise that is effective to keep one's physical wellness.
An instructor named Yin Cao introduced his research at the meeting in American Association for Cancer Research last Monday about how aspirin lowers risk of cancer. Apparently, the long-term use of aspirin can reduce the risk of dying from various types of cancer and possibly other diseases.
US surgeons shed a light on the sea of diets and myths to ensure better cardiovascular health.
Bob Harper became famous for appearing on TV's Biggest Loser. He is now doing better and is out of the hospital. His exercise routine has been limited to walking for now.
Physical activity is one of the seven heart-healthy living goals created by the American Heart Association. Healthy changes can help to lower your risk of heart diseases.
Drinking levels, per a recent study, are being linked to arteries stiffness and a risk that can potentially lead to a cardiovascular disease.
Scientists from the University of Bristol discover how the heart is infected by bacteria from the mouth.
Researchers were able to determine the use of facial muscle cells for a new treatment for the heart.
According to Danish researchers, women diagnosed with high blood pressure or mild hypertension benefitted from doing Football Fitness.
A new study suggests heart attacks, chest pains and stroke may increase two days after a snowstorm. Shovelling inches of snow may be the cause.
Disadvantaged women or those who belong to lower socioeconomic backgrounds are 25 percent more likely to suffer from heart attack than men.
Stress has been linked to a heightened risk of cardiovascular events like heart disease and stroke.
A breakthrough blood test could predict the risk of dying from diseases like cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
A study suggests that eating nuts every day could help reduce risks for diseases even premature death.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.