In a new report, researchers found that around half of the adults with hypertension are unaware of their health condition.
Cold weather may raise the risk of heart attacks, according to a new study.
We have trillions of bacteria living in our intestines. All together, the bacteria living in our gut weigh around 1.5 kilograms. A major part of these "blind passengers" were unknown because they were difficult or impossible to grow in laboratories. Now, scientists have discovered a link between richness of bacterial species in the intestines and the susceptibility of medical complications related to obesity.
Researchers discovered a gene found in diabetics that appears to increase their risk of heart disease.
Diabetes treatments may also protect people from heart disease, according to a new study.
Obesity has been linked to a higher risk of diabetes and heart disease. However, some people who are obese do not develop high blood pressure and negative cholesterol profiles, factors that increase the risk of metabolic diseases.
In a new study, a clinical nutritionist found that eating two cups of blueberries a day can improve chronic inflammation and reduce bad cholesterol.
Previous research reveals that smoking may cause similar stroke risks for men and women. However, a new study reveals that female smokers may be at a greater risk for a more deadly and uncommon type of stroke.
Researchers identified superantigens produced from staph bacteria as the causes of the lethal side effects of endocarditis, a deadly bacterial heart valve infection.
Children of overweight or obese moms are at greater risk of early heart death as adults.
New research reveals more reasons why you should switch to the Mediterranean diet today.
Being ballsy might actually be a bad thing.
Most high school athletes long to play sports in college. However, new research reveals that the dream of being a college sports star could be dangerous for those who want to play football.
Kidney stones have been linked to a small increase in coronary heart disease in women.
Breakfast really is the most meal of the day, according to a new study that found that skipping the morning meal could increase the risk of heart disease.