Tag Archives: cardiovascular
Myocardial infarction risk in women may be reduced with a diet rich in antioxidants from fruits and vegetables. Lead investigator Alicja Wolk said, “Our study was the first to look at the effect of all dietary antioxidants in relation… Read More
Rheumatoid arthritis-related cardiovascular risk can be lowered with immunotherapy. Lead researcher Prof. Aida Babaeva of the Volgograd State Medical University in Russia said, “Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease in which cytokines such as tumor necrosis factor (TNF) and… Read More
Until we find the fountain of youth we must seek out other methods to maintain our health and live a long life. There are many healthy choices that have been shown to promote longevity. Some include eating well, regular exercise… Read More
In a large study of older Americans, researchers found that walking faster and longer can provide more cardiovascular benefits, such as lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease. The findings still held true in those over the age of 75 –… Read More
A link between higher levels of a specific air pollutant and heart disease has been found by researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The relationship was found in an increase of hospitalizations due to cardiovascular related events… 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
When it comes to your heart health and reducing your risk of getting cardiovascular disease (CVD), it may be as easy as what you eat. In fact, new research suggests by incorporating whole grains into your diet, you’re highly benefiting… Read More
Have you been avoiding avocados because they’re high in fat? New research shows that you may be missing out on the fruit’s benefits to your cardiovascular health and cholesterol numbers.
In fact, eating an avocado a day, as part of… Read More
Pears are often overlooked in the produce aisle, but this unassuming fruit should be a part of your healthy eating plan.
You might not realize just how nutritious it is – it’s chock full of fiber and nutrients, and research… Read More
Your morning routine might look something like this: You roll out of bed, yawning and knowing full well if there is any hope you will start your day off right, you require a cup (or three) of coffee.
Well, I… Read More
Strapping a fitness tracker around your wrist or waist may seem a little too high-tech for you. I can understand that. All these new gadgets that your kids and grandkids have such ease with can be a little overwhelming.
But… Read More
If you’re like me, you’ve found yourself in the midst of a heated debate. If you’re married, you can relate, I’m sure.
Fights with our spouses, relatives, friends or neighbors are almost inevitable. These angry moments are stressful at the… Read More