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06/08/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

The importance of exercise to long-term health management is widely known, but a study published in the American Journal of

http://www.heart.news/2018-06-08-diabetic-patients-can-improve-the-function-of-their-blood-vessels-by-doing-resistance-based-interval-exercise.html

06/08/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Heart patients know that reducing or eliminating sodium from meals is a great way to lower blood pressure and prevent

http://www.heart.news/2018-06-08-preventing-heart-disease-is-not-just-about-reducing-your-salt-intake-but-increasing-your-dietary-potassium-as-well.html

06/08/2018 / By Ralph Flores

High-fat diets are, without a doubt, full of flavor – but that’s all it has going for it. A study published

http://www.heart.news/2018-06-08-scientists-say-a-high-fat-diet-is-nutritionally-poor-and-raises-the-likelihood-of-disease.html

06/08/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Researchers from Finland have discovered that eating fatty fish could benefit people with impaired glucose metabolism. The study, published in

http://www.heart.news/2018-06-08-manage-your-cholesterol-levels-with-fatty-fish-and-camelina-oil.html

06/07/2018 / By Carol Anderson

The phrase, “I’ll exercise tomorrow,” is probably one of the many promises that we hardly keep. Mostly, due to our

http://www.heart.news/2018-06-07-being-unfit-is-just-as-bad-as-diabetes-in-terms-of-being-at-risk-of-cardiovascular-disease.html

06/06/2018 / By Zoey Sky

As we age, it takes our body longer to accomplish certain processes that took almost no time at all when

http://www.heart.news/2018-06-06-give-your-aging-body-a-break-older-adults-should-avoid-a-high-salt-diet.html

06/01/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Eggs are sometimes referred to as “nature’s perfect food,” and it’s easy to see why. They’re healthy, easy to digest,

http://www.heart.news/2018-06-01-eating-organic-eggs-does-not-increase-your-risk-for-cardiovascular-disease.html

06/01/2018 / By Ralph Flores

If you think eating healthy throughout the week is enough to warrant you a high-fat cheat day, think again. Scientists

http://www.heart.news/2018-06-01-the-damage-is-instantaneous-researchers-say-even-one-high-fat-meal-sets-you-up-for-heart-disease.html

05/31/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Expectant mothers are quite familiar with the importance of ensuring they get enough folic acid to help prevent birth defects

http://www.heart.news/2018-05-31-folic-acid-supplements-can-reduce-the-risk-of-stroke.html

05/31/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Detecting heart disease is now easier – thanks to a team of researchers at the University of Southern California who have developed

http://www.heart.news/2018-05-31-smartphone-app-developed-to-detect-heart-disease.html

05/31/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

What do you do to avoid heart disease? Are you eating a healthy diet and getting plenty of exercise? Perhaps

http://www.heart.news/2018-05-31-curcumin-protects-you-from-life-threatening-cardiac-events-heart-health.html

05/30/2018 / By Ralph Flores

There’s much to be said about the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet, and one study published in The American

http://www.heart.news/2018-05-30-need-another-reason-to-start-the-mediterranean-diet-it-helps-lower-your-blood-pressure.html

05/30/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Reduce your risk of stroke by taking sauna sessions frequently. A 15-year follow-up study published in the journal Neurology found

http://www.heart.news/2018-05-30-going-to-the-sauna-4-7x-a-week-can-reduce-your-risk-of-a-stroke-by-61.html

05/29/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

More than 250,000 early deaths due to cardiovascular disease in the U.S. have been linked to historical lead exposure in middle-aged and

http://www.heart.news/2018-05-29-thousands-of-premature-deaths-from-cardiovascular-disease-in-the-u-s-linked-to-historical-lead-exposure.html