The elderly might have to think twice before choosing where they want to live in regards to reducing their risk of developing cardiovascular diseases.
Divorced men are more likely to die early as well as suffer from depression and substance abuse, according to new research.
Having low levels of testosterone may not significantly increase the risk of heart disease in men, a new study suggests.
Researchers report that moderate exposure to arsenic could increase heart attack and stroke risks.
Researchers found that adults with higher levels of interleukin-6, a biomarker for chronic inflammation, were less likely to age healthily.
Kids who exhibit lower conscientiousness could experience worse overall health as adults, according to a new study.
Eating nuts may promote longevity, according to new research.
A new report reveals six steps for hospitals to help prevent heart failure patients from being admitted to hospital again in the 30 days after they're discharged.
It really is never too late to quit smoking. A new study reveals that older women who quit smoking reduce their risk of heart disease, regardless of whether they had diabetes.
Protecting the heart needs an early start. Numerous studies have found that unhealthy lifestyle in adulthood increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. However, a new study reveals that when it comes to preventing heart disease, diet and lifestyle in early life is just as important as diet and lifestyle in later life.
Not getting enough sun can put you at risk for hypertension, according to a new study. Scientists conducting the world's largest genetic study found a strong association between changes in a person's blood pressure and how much of the "sunshine vitamin" they get.
Sugar-sweetened beverages, like sodas and fruit punches, have been found to elevate the risk of kidney stones.
Researchers found no link between hysterectomies and an increased risk for cardiovascular disease.
Having a pet could lower a person's risk of heart disease, according to heart experts.
Secondhand smoke may pose a greater risk to teen girls than boys, according to a new study.
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.