Ingesting tart cherries lowered the rats’ blood pressure and significantly improved balance and coordination.
Studies have found that sleeping for more than eight hours is associated with a higher risk of cognitive problems, heart disease and premature death.
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.
A report found that the elderly living in the Southeast region of the United States tend to receive riskier prescription drugs.
This discovery comes on the heels of a finding that the grain may contain some arsenic.
We all know potato chips are unhealthy, but it turns out they're not just fuelling obesity and heart disease epidemics, but chips have also been linked to developmental problems in unborn babies, hyperactivity in children and potentially cancer in adults.
Researchers found that drinking alcohol moderately will not negatively affect a breast cancer patient's survival rate.
Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic reported a new link between a compound found in red meat and clogged arteries.
The CDC reports that 28 percent of Americans have high blood pressure in 2009.
A study reported that banning trans fat completely as opposed to labeling and other tactics is the most effective way of promoting healthier diets.
Walgreens is no longer content to be your neighborhood pharmacy.
Study found that if children continue to live unhealthy lifestyles, the future rates and cases of heart disease will increase dramatically.
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.
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.