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.
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.
Scientist found an unexpected used of an anti-cancer drug for heart tissue regeneration.
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.
Stress has been linked to a heightened risk of cardiovascular events like heart disease and stroke.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned against implantable cardiac devices, which have been found to be susceptible to online hacking.
Sex is something that most couples would normally do but there lies the question on how long they can last. Of course there are some who would prefer to do it longer than others though it depends on how both or either can last through it.
Dieting is advised to practically anyone though the right one to follow will be up for debate. Some diet for weight loss while others focus more on healthy living. Depending on your intent, there are many diets to follow.
An assembly of government health officials recently made public a reorganized guideline on the daily intake of aspirin which could be directly advantageous to individuals with a heart disease.
A 7-month old Seattle baby got a life-saving heart transplant just days before the situation could become extremely hopeless
The American Heart Association (AHA) has rolled out a number of recommended heart-healthy foods after grading them according to Heart Health Index.
A startling report released by the American Heart Association explains how heart attack symptoms differ between men and women.
An Oregon-based research suggests that people have at least a four-week window with warning signs prior to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).
Researchers modified molecular pathways in gut bacteria to prevent formation of a substance that contributes to atherosclerosis.
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.