Scientists specify the perfect amount of coffee that people should drink every day: four cups. In a new study, they explain how caffeine can help protect the heart cells from damage.
Exercise and good vitamin D levels have some kind of "synergistic" relationship that helps reduce the risk heart attacks and strokes.
An indigenous group living deep within the Bolivian Amazon has the healthiest hearts on the planet.
Chemotherapy, today’s leading drug treatment for cancer, can be tougher on your heart when you have diabetes. This is what an emerging study presented at the EuroEcho-Imaging 2016.1 last December 10 suggested.
Dr. Denton Cooley died in his Houston home on Friday morning, surrounded by his four daughters, a spokeswoman for Texas Children's Hospital said.
Latest study shows the incidence rate of coronary heart disease among Americans has decreased by nearly 20 percent from 1983 to 2011.
A study by Italian scientists showed that drinking moderate amounts of beer daily is good for the heart -- but an expert warns that the studies used as the basis for the research may not be completely accurate.
It might just take a few months to recover from a broken heart caused by failed relationships and break ups, but a literal broken heart caused by a sudden death of your better half might take some time to heal.
A new study presented at the American College of Cardiology conference in Chicago revealed that waist circumference is a better indicator of heart disease than the body mass index (BMI).
The American Heart Society has recently published an advisory in the journal Circulation for the use of a wearable automatic defibrillator as a "reasonable" alternative for the implantable cardiac defibrillators (ICD).
A recent study looked at spirituality and gratitude among people with heart conditions, and found that those who showed gratitude on a daily basis improved their health by wide margins.
In terms of health benefits from their inherent antioxidants, exotic Ceylon gooseberries are giving blueberries and cranberries a run for their money, a new study shows.
Kissing bugs, also known as assassin bugs, carry a parasite linked to a disease that threatens the heart and GI tract. A recent study found that Texans may now be at a higher risk of being infected.
Chocolate may be the key to lowering heart disease and stroke risk, according to a new study.