Excessive consumption of alcohol could not only lead to liver damage, but can also increase the risk of fatal heart condition, including, heart attack, congestive heart failure and atrial fibrillation.
Excessive stress and diet, and not the cold winter, were responsible for the increase rate of heart attack deaths during the Christmas season.
Latest study shows the incidence rate of coronary heart disease among Americans has decreased by nearly 20 percent from 1983 to 2011.
According to a study, some people carry a gene that could make them crave for salty foods, and this could potentially affect their health.
Minute particles of polluted air can impair the inner lining of veins and arteries even in healthy individuals, exposing them at a greater risk of developing high blood pressure, stroke, and heart disease, according to a three-year study in Utah.
People who are angry and emotionally upset while doing heavy physical activity have thrice the risk of heart attack.
A new study showed that omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the scarring in the heart following a heart attack.
Based on a recent study, it was discovered that space radiation can indeed be harmful to an astronaut's vascular health.
People suffering from heart attack are more likely to die if they have diabetes, study says.
Both short- and long-term exposure to vehicle exhaust, coal burning and dust particles may cause high blood pressure, a major risk factor for coronary heart disease.
A new study shows fort the first time concrete evidence on how exposue to particulate matter leads to the development of cardiovascular diseases.
A new study revealed that patients who survived their first heart attack are more likely to develop heart failure later in their lives.
According to new research, a low-salt diet can cause heart attack, stroke, or even death.
Silent heart attack triples your chances of dying from heart disease and incidence of death from any cause by 34 percent.