German researchers discovered that there is a link between the risk for strokes and blocked arteries. People with blocked arteries have a higher chance of suffering from a stroke even if they are not consider to be high risk.
Symptoms of heart disease typically appear when people are middle-aged or older.
Helping others is truly good for the heart, according to a new study.
Loneliness has been known as a contributing factor to several mental health disorders, but according to new research, loneliness may also be linked to physical illnesses.
Valentine's Day will be here before you know it. Instead of taking your partner to a steak restaurant, why not keep your lover's heart beating strong and offer then foods that are good for heart health? Nutrition expert Susan Ofria offers 7Ofri Ways to Say "I Love You" with heart healthy foods.
The notoriously unhealthy Las Vegas-based Heart Attack Grill claims yet another victim, but this time the restaurant loses its long time customer and "unofficial spokesman" John Alleman to an apparent heart attack.
If you are the first-born in your family, then according to a new study, you are at high risk of developing high blood pressure and diabetes than your siblings. Also, you are most likely to be taller and slimmer than your siblings.
A high blood pressure detected during pregnancy can serve as a warning for future development of severe health complications like heart disease, diabetes and kidney disease, according to a new study.
Millennials, young adults between ages 18 and 33, are the most stressed people in the U.S. According to a recent survey, millennials' stress levels of 5.4 on a 10-point scale is higher than the national stress level which is about 4.9 on a 10-point scale. Experts attribute the rising stress levels to an uncertain job market.
Researchers have discovered that a certain gene variant may be tied to the third most common type of heart disease in the United States.
Giving up saturated animal fats like butter and margarine to accommodate the more "healthier" vegetable oils in diet may not be as healthy as considered. A new study has found that these vegetable oils are linked to an increased risk of death in people who already have a heart-related disease.
Men, but not women, who take calcium supplements are at a higher risk of dying due to cardiovascular deaths than people who don't take the supplements, according to a new study.
People with emotional problems during early childhood, especially women, may be at a higher risk of developing heart diseases during middle age, according to a new study.
Laying off the meat and fish and becoming a vegetarian could reduce the risk of heart disease by up to a third, a new study has revealed.