Low exposure to testosterone in the womb may increase men's risk of serious health conditions, according to a new study.
Eating seven or more daily servings of fruits and veggies may help promote longevity, according to a new study.
Having stronger muscles in teen years may lower a person's risk of heart disease and diabetes, according to a new study.
Marriage keeps the heart healthy, according to a new study.
Marathon runners may have healthier hearts, according to a new study.
UK doctors have created a new tool that calculates a patient's true heart age.
Hispanics living in America are not properly treating their hypertension, according to a new study.
A 20-year-old study concluded that gestational diabetes could be tied to an increased risk of early heart disease.
Exposure to traffic pollution may alter heart structure and function, according to a new study.
Sleep is especially important for obese adolescents, according to a new study.
A new study reported that Alzheimer's disease should be ranked third on the list of the leading causes of death right after heart disease and cancer.
Diets that are low in saturated fat don't curb heart disease risk in any case, according to a leading US cardiovascular research scientist and doctor of pharmacy.
Eating fatty fish three times a week could boost good cholesterol levels, according to a new study.
A U.S. Task Force recommended healthy adults to avoid taking vitamin E and beta-carotene in order to prevent heart disease and cancer.
Going veg could lower your blood pressure, according to scientists.
It is no wonder that when you take care of some things, they last like your mobile phones, or your toy collection, or even your home decorations. The same goes for gardening. Sure, you probably started gardening as a hobby, or you've been talked into creating one. But in the long run, you'll know that it is a lifetime commitment.