Carrie Fisher, who plays Princess Leia Organa in the Star Wars movie franchise, passed away on Tuesday.
You may have been warned that consuming fatty foods such as cheese, butter and cream can increase your risk of getting clogged arteries and developing heart disease. Good news is, there is a new scientific evidence which shows that Dairy Products could actually give more health benefits.
Obesity among late adolescents continues to swell and become a problem. And at some point, such could have dire consequences and cardiovascular-related problems are most likely one of them.
A 7-month old Seattle baby got a life-saving heart transplant just days before the situation could become extremely hopeless
Men who survive prostate cancer have a higher risk of death from other diseases, a new study is reporting.
The AHA-led annual National Wear Red Day kicked off last Friday in an effort to educate more American women on the dangers of cardiovascular diseases.
A German-led study suggests that tall people are less likely to have cardiovascular diseases and diabetes but are exposed to greater risk of having cancer.
A startling report released by the American Heart Association explains how heart attack symptoms differ between men and women.
While bradycardia does not increase the risk for heart disease, taking drugs to modify it may have an adverse effect, say researchers.
An Oregon-based research suggests that people have at least a four-week window with warning signs prior to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).
Those who go through bariatric surgery can get benefitted by improving their overall health, say scientists.
A panel of experts is recommending that adults aged 40 and over should take statins as a preventive measure.
Researchers modified molecular pathways in gut bacteria to prevent formation of a substance that contributes to atherosclerosis.
A new study found that once-a-week medication options for diabetes yield pretty similar results.
A new study emphasizes the serious health risk posed to diabetic patients by the increasingly serious problem of air pollution.
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.