The symptoms as early as a person's twenties could be an advanced warning of a condition like atherosclerosis, or the hardening of the blood vessels, or blood vessel damage.
Researchers believe that the risk of dementia may be decreasing due to improved treatment for cardiovascular disease.
Two studies presented at this year's EuroPrevent, an international forum for preventative cardiology, suggested that demanding physical work is associated with an increased risk for coronary heart disease.
Hair strands may be better than blood tests at determining cardiovascular risk, a new study suggests.
Why not start your mornings with a cup of beetroot juice? Scientists found that having just a cup of beetroot juice can significantly lower blood pressure.
Happy married newlyweds gain more weight in the early years of marriage than those with less blissful first years, according to a new small study.
Having high blood pressure during pregnancy may spell hot flashes later, according to a new study.
New research reveals more reason to eat more fiber. Besides preventing constipation, weight gain and lowering the risk of diabetes, scientists found that dietary fiber in foods like fruits, vegetables and whole grains may also decrease the risk of first-time stroke.
New research suggests an overwhelming 75 percent of the world's population consumes twice the daily recommended amount of salt.
Vitamin D supplements could help lower blood pressure in African Americans, according to a new study.
Having a greater purpose in life significantly decreases the risk of stroke in older adults, according to a new study.
Helping others is truly good for the heart, according to a new study.
Here is some bad news for office workers: a study conducted by researchers from Kansas State University has found that sitting down for long stretches of a time can increase your risk for chronic diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular disease and even some types of cancer.
Everyone knows that they should get calcium in their diet in order to keep their bones strong, but often enough that is hard to do.
It is commonly stated that cigarette smoking is the largest cause of preventable deaths in the world.
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.