Have you ever been angry about your partner’s habitual lateness? How about your grandkid’s messy bedroom or the guy who cut you off in the grocery parking lot? So steamed that you’re ready to blow your top?
You need to de-stress and find yourself some zen. Not just for your sanity, but for your heart.
After looking at decades of evidence linking anger with cardiovascular issues, Harvard University researchers recently found that within two hours of any outburst, there is …Read more
Eat breakfast. Drink water. Exercise. Healthy lifestyle habits do plenty to keep your heart strong.
New research shows that heart-healthy habits will also help you respond better to treatment for depression.
In today’s society, depression is very common, affecting more than 350 million people worldwide. Numerous studies have found that depression is a major risk factor for the development of cardiovascular disease, which may lead to heart attack and stroke.
Researchers from the School of Science at Indiana-Purdue University Indianapolis …Read more
A burning ball of gas that provides us with heat and light – that is often the limit of people’s appreciation of the sun. We often forget that the sun actually provides a myriad of health benefits.
In fact, a new study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology suggests that moderate exposure to sunlight can help reduce blood pressure and help prevent heart disease.
Research from the universities …Read more
Sudden cardiac death is the most common cause of natural death in the United States, accounting for approximately 325,000 adult deaths per year. It is responsible for about half of all deaths caused by heart disease. New findings from the 11-year-old Oregon Sudden Unexpected Death Study suggest that sudden cardiac death may not be as “sudden” as we believe.
The results of …Read more