Doctors Warn High-Intensity Exercise During COVID-19 Pandemic Could Come With Heart RisksLifebridge Health Director of Sports Cardiology Dr. Sunal Makadia says the virus affects the heart in different ways and different levels than other viruses.
Taking A Bath Isn't Just Relaxing, It Could Also Be Good For Your Heart, Study SaysPrevious research on bathing has already shown that it's beneficial for sleep quality and how healthy a person thinks they are.
Helping Your Cold Could Be Hurting Your HeartCold and flu symptoms can be brutal, and pharmacies are full of over-the-counter remedies.
Cold Heart Facts: Heart Problems Rise When Temps FallDecongestants can constrict blood vessels, which could be harmful to the heart, researchers find.
Reduce Cholesterol Earlier In Life To Prevent Heart Problems Later, Study SaysTo prevent heart problems later in life, people 45 and younger with higher levels of bad cholesterol might want to change their eating and exercise habits, or even talk to their doctor about medications such as statins, a new study says.
Owning A Dog Could Lower Your Risk Of Dying Early By 24%, Says ScienceNeed an excellent reason to add a dog to your life? How about living longer?
Medical Guidelines Say Daily Aspirin Is Too Risky For Most Healthy People. A New Study Says Some Can BenefitThe study found that aspirin reduces the risk of heart problems for at-risk patients and for some patients without a known risk of cardiovascular disease
Is Vitamin D Good For The Heart?Vitamin D plays an important role in overall health, but if you’ve been taking supplements to strengthen your heart, recent research may disappoint you.
Up To 25 Cups Of Coffee A Day Still Safe For Heart Health, Study SaysCoffee lovers might be able to breathe a sigh of relief -- a new study found that drinking even large amounts of the caffeinated beverage won't stiffen arteries and harm your heart.
The Seven Heart Disease Risk Factors You Can Control, Including One Nearly All of Us Struggle WithHeart disease is the leading cause of death in developed countries. Through advances in medicine and surgery, as well as an awareness of heart disease and prevention, overall deaths due to heart disease in the United States have declined in recent years.
Half Of People Prescribed Statins Don't Reach Cholesterol Goals After Two Years, Study SaysHalf of all people who are prescribed statins for the prevention of heart disease fail to reach target cholesterol levels two years later, according to a new study.