01/14/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Combining the herbal compounds of Radix aconiti carmichaeli and licorice could regulate calcium proteins and protect the heart, according to

http://www.heart.news/2018-01-14-protect-your-heart-with-licorice-root-study-found-when-combined-with-other-herbal-compounds-it-regulates-calcium-proteins-protecting-heart-cells-from.html

01/13/2018 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Ginger and rosemary can help a person’s heart and arterial health, according to a study published in the Journal of

http://www.heart.news/2018-01-13-ginger-and-rosemary-found-to-be-benefit-the-heart-healthy-cholesterol.html

01/13/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Exercise and diet have been getting a lot of attention lately for their ability to help those with diabetes and

http://www.heart.news/2018-01-13-improving-quality-of-life-for-diabetic-and-metabolic-syndrome-patients-whole-body-vibration-exercises-increase-circulation-providing-effects-similar-to-physical-activity.html

01/09/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Studies reveal that a hysterectomy, the surgical removal of the woman’s uterus, increased the risk of congestive heart failure by four times

http://www.heart.news/2018-01-09-research-proves-having-a-hysterectomy-before-35-increases-risk-of-heart-failure.html

01/04/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Many studies have shown that physical activity is beneficial to an individual’s general well-being especially heart health. Moreover, even a single

http://www.heart.news/2018-01-04-new-research-shows-that-even-a-single-workout-session-can-provide-protection-for-your-heart.html

01/03/2018 / By JD Heyes

There is an expression that some people ‘carry their heart on their sleeve,’ which means those people tend to openly

http://www.heart.news/2018-01-03-british-woman-now-carries-her-heart-around-in-a-backpack-after-an-amazing-life-saving-surgery.html

12/30/2017 / By Tracey Watson

If you received a FitBit as a Christmas gift, and you’re super excited because you believe it’s going to help

http://www.heart.news/2017-12-30-fitbit-backfire-woman-shares-her-story-of-gaining-weight-with-the-device.html

12/30/2017 / By Zoey Sky

Even though most desk jobs are low-impact, they are often linked to very serious health concerns. Various experts say that individuals

http://www.heart.news/2017-12-30-eyes-heart-butt-all-are-in-danger-from-your-desk-job-heres-what-you-can-do-about-it.html

12/26/2017 / By Ralph Flores

Looking for signs of heart and lung disease in the future could just be as easy as checking your breath,

http://www.heart.news/2017-12-26-revolutionary-technology-diagnose-heart-lung-disease-breath.html

12/25/2017 / By Ralph Flores

Brushing your teeth will never be the same again after this: keeping gum disease (periodontitis) at bay can help you

http://www.heart.news/2017-12-25-heart-health-and-mouth-health-linked-treating-gum-disease-found-to-help-lower-blood-pressure.html

12/25/2017 / By Rita Winters

Air pollution is killing the planet, as well as its inhabitants. In addition to harmful substances in the air, people’s

http://www.heart.news/2017-12-25-non-communicable-diseases-from-air-pollution-diet-and-obesity-now-responsible-for-majority-of-deaths-in-india-analysis-finds.html

12/23/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Experiencing stress early in life may affect the kidneys’ immune response and increase the risk of heart disease later in

http://www.heart.news/2017-12-23-early-life-stress-increases-risk-of-heart-disease-later-in-life.html

12/20/2017 / By Zoey Sky

A group of scientists from the University of Cambridge and Karolinska Institute in Sweden has revealed that our skin plays an important role when

http://www.heart.news/2017-12-20-researchers-discover-your-skin-regulates-blood-pressure-heart-rate.html

12/18/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. – about 790,000 Americans have a heart attack per year,

http://www.heart.news/2017-12-18-new-iphone-app-can-monitor-your-pulse-for-heart-failure.html

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