Feeling sluggish? Maybe you should head over to your nearest Starbuck’s and order a Quadriginoctuple Frap.
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.
We’ve all heard the expression “My heart beats for you.”
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.
A new study suggests that vigorous exercise, if practiced daily, can repair a damaged heart. According to a report in The Telegraph, researchers say strenuous exercising done regularly can bring back dormant stem cells in the heart to life, leading to the development of new heart muscle. While previous studies have already discovered that stem cells could produce new tissues through injections of chemicals known as growth factors, the current study is the first to suggest that exercising could have a similar effect.
According to the findings of a research conducted by Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam hospitals, the effects of red wine are better than that of vodka.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.