Green tea and apples may help to prevent chronic conditions such as heart disease and cancer, according to new research.
Apparently being short increases your risk of developing coronary heart diseases, and the shorter you are, the more at risk you are.
According to a new study, how you perform on a treadmill can predict a person's mortality.
Recent research has just revealed that feeding babies peanuts could halt the development of a food allergy, and now a new study indicates that these same nuts can make you live longer.
New research suggests that microscopic drones could be used to sneak in and repair damaged arteries to prevent heart attacks before they happen.
Blueberries have long been associated with a healthy lifestyle, but this is often attributed to the fact that they are packed full of antioxidants. Now new research has revealed that these incredible little fruits can also help people avoid heart disease, improving the health of their arteries well into old age.
Eating one avocado a day can keep your heart healthy, according to a new study, by lowering levels of bad cholesterol in overweight or obese individuals.
A new study has revealed that only a small portion of the population receives heart health benefits from moderate and regular alcohol consumption. Interestingly, these lucky few all boast the same genetic profile, suggesting that a person's health gains from alcohol may be heavily influenced by their genes.
Researchers have developed a way to make countless mini-hearts for the study of heart disease, allowing scientists to study the disease to their own hearts' content.
Prohibiting tobacco smoking in public workplaces and other public spaces may substantially improve public health by reducing heart disease and death, according to research presented at the American College of Cardiology's 63rd Annual Scientific Session.
Married people have lower risk of heart diseases than their single or divorced peers, according to a new study.
Women with coronary heart disease experiencing less than six hours a night may be putting themselves at risk for exacerbating their condition.
Researchers have identified a protein found in the blood of both mice and humans that reverse the aging of the heart.
When asked the secret to her long life, 105-year-old Pearl Cantrell of Richland Springs, Texas, gives a one word response: bacon.