Tag Archives: cardiovascular health
Mindfulness is linked to better blood sugar levels and cardiovascular health. Mindfulness is the inherent trait of being aware of one’s present thoughts and feelings. The study from Brown University looked at 399 people, using health indicators that included dispositional… Read More
If you open up your pantry, you probably have a jar of honey. For many of us, honey is a household staple that can be used for just about anything. Honey has a long list of health benefits and has… Read More
Holiday shopping may be stressful, but new findings suggest that spending money on others can offer cardiovascular health benefits. The study comes from researchers at the University of British Columbia. Ashley Whillans, study author and Ph.D., student, said, “What we’ve… Read More
Researchers from Mount Sinai Hospital found that group therapy was an effective way to promote cardiovascular health. The findings were presented at the AHA scientific Sessions 2015 in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Valentin Fuster, lead researcher, said, “Peer group support is… Read More
Previous research has linked strict low blood sugar control with an increased mortality rate and with negative consequences on cardiovascular health as well. In the recent findings, published in Diabetes, the researchers further explored the effects of low blood… Read More
According to new research done at the University of Exeter, teenagers can help reduce their risk of developing heart conditions in the future by doing a few minutes of high intensity interval exercises three to four times a week.
This… Read More
Vascular disease is one of the most common causes of death worldwide, and for many people prolonged sitting is a contributing factor, but there is a way to reverse vascular dysfunction if you have a sedentary lifestyle.
Vascular health focuses… Read More
For good cardiovascular health and renal health you need a proper sodium potassium balance in your diet. Balanced sodium and potassium levels have been shown to lower blood pressure and lower your risk of heart disease, heart attack and stroke.… Read More
A common drug which treats hypertension and prevents heart attack and stroke is linked with worsened cardiovascular health among African-American users. The findings were uncovered by researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center.
The study reveals racial differences in cardiovascular outcomes… Read More
We all know that poor sleep habits contribute to poor health, and now research shows that bad sleep can result in signs of heart disease.
This Wednesday’s edition of the journal Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology carries a study revealing… Read More
According to the WHO (World Health Organization) and the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death in developed countries like the UK, the U.S., Canada and Australia. In the U.S. alone, almost 11.5 percent of the total adult… Read More
Wake up and smell the coffee! And if you’re really perceptive, you might also smell the risk of heart attack. Dr. Lucio Mos, a cardiologist with the Hospital of San Daniele del Friuli in Udine, Italy, presented a research… Read More