A new study by scientists shows you exactly why you shouldn't eat late at night.
Get to know how NSAIDs or painkillers affect the heart.
Get to know how social jet lag increases chances of heart disease.
A new study from the American Heart Association finds sleeping less than six hours a night could more than double the risk of death for people with metabolic syndrome.
Learn how effective chocolate is in reducing the chance of heart disease.
Get to know how NSAIDs invite Heart Disease.
Here's an update on how smokers can become immune to heart disease.
Aspirin is one of the drugs prescribed for treating heart ailments. But a recent study stated that the drug could possibly not help in stopping heart attacks Lets find out why.
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A report suggest that the existence of gray hair in a man is actually a sign of heart disease.
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.
Those hot flashes may not be just what one thinks it is. A new research study links the association of hot flashes to a possible cardiovascular problem and heart disease. .
A new research between the link of kidney disease to congenital heart problems. The kidney illness, dubbed as a 'silent disease' occurs 14 percent in the total population in the U.S. where 660,000 people are having the early stages of kidney failure
Firefighters have a higher risk of heart attacks as discovered in a research funded by the British Heart Foundation. Exposures to high temperature could actually make blood sticky and potentially cause minor injury to the heart muscles.
A recent study on insomnia reveals that the sleep issue is linked with possible acquiring of stroke and heart diseases.
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.