6 Habits for a Heart-Healthy New Year
6 Habits for a Heart-Healthy New Year
Try These Heart-Healthy Options
Eat This Heart Healthy Food a Few Times a Week
For Lower Blood Pressure
To Protect Your Heart
Eating Less Salt to Control Blood Pressure
Top 5 Diets for Heart Health
Both Red and White Meat Raise Cholesterol Levels
linked to higher risk of heart disease, death
Could 1 cup per day keep heart disease at bay?
Consider Potassium Chloride Instead of Salt
Eat THIS to Cut Your Risk for Heart Disease by 41 Percent
Can Eating Eggs Contribute to Heart Disease?
Here's What You Need to Know
5 ways to lower your blood pressure without medication
Even a Little Hustle is Good for the Heart
It takes less than an hour a week
7 Smart Smoothies When You Have High Cholesterol
How often do you eat?
What You Can Do to Lower Your Cholesterol
9 Hacks for Heart-Healthy Holidays
Here are seven ways enjoy a heart-healthy summer
Minimal evidence to show omega-3 prevents heart disease.
It may be hurting your heart. Some diets load up on protein, but the risk to your heart health might not be worth it.
Healthy Eating, Not Dieting Better for Heart Health
Red Wine and Surgery to Treat Heart Disease.
44 seconds can change your life. That's how often a heart attack occurs in the United States.
Healthy HDL Cholesterol Levels Good for Longevity
Gobbling your food may harm your waistline and heart
Habits to Boost Good Cholesterol
Too Much Sodium Doubles Risk for Heart Failure
5 Surprising Things That Hurt Your Heart
Macadamia Nuts Good for Heart Health
Ever wonder how much sodium you eat per day?
Eat More Potassium-Rich Foods to Control Blood Pressure
Advice from US heart experts
Friendships are protective, your health during pregnancy matters, and other surprising truths.
Researchers looked at the eating habits of 407 people.
More than 1 billion people globally are living with high blood pressure
Researchers say having high HDL does not protect against heart disease.
Calcium Supplements May Damage the Heart, But Calcium-Rich Foods Seem to Protect It
If you need to lose a few pounds, don't focus on reaching your ideal weight.
How would you rate your exercise habits?
This study provides some food for thought.
FDA sets goals in effort to cut Americans' risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke.
Common, over-the-counter drugs may be harming seniors' brains: study
A recent study published found that people who work 55 hours or more per week could be in trouble.
Is Dietary Sodium Really Harmful? A Complex Debate Heats Up.
Taste receptors recognize free glutamate as umami, that elusive "fifth taste".
Everybody experiences stress from time to time. Stress raises your cholesterol level and your risk for heart disease.
This moves us closer to developing strategies to reduce the amount of salt in our food while still retaining the salty taste that people enjoy.
In a recent study, heart failure patients who stuck with a low-sodium diet were more likely to require hospitalization.
The FDA is currently working on a plan to ask food manufacturers to lower sodium levels in foods voluntarily.
Do you know where sodium is hiding in the foods you eat? Check out these tips.
Researchers have found that too little sodium or too much sodium increased the risk of death and health-related complications
New paper, authored by award-winning cardiologist.
Stay away from these major sources of fat, sugar, and sodium
Common Pain Meds Are Linked to a Higher Risk of Heart Problems
Cardiologists Set the Record Straight on Eggs, Coconut Oil, Gluten, and More
If you're serious about giving your diet a heart-healthy makeover, follow these new guidelines from the AHA.
Researchers believe the age-old advice to follow a low-fat diet has finally been disproved.
Experts are divided over whether daily aspirin for healthy people is a good thing.
Physical activity and lifestyle choices can improve your health
Providers should take ethnic, cultural and individual preferences into account.
Here are the worst habits for your heart, and how to avoid them
Milk intake is not linked to increased cardiovascular risk, says study.
Avoid trans fats to keep your heart healthy
How this chronic form of stress can lead to heart disease.
Case report adds new evidence.
Are Omega-3s Linked to Lower Risk for Fatal Heart Attack?
There's a heart health test, and it doesn't require a blood sample or medical equipment.
Study found exposure to air pollution was linked to poorer blood sugar, cholesterol measures.
There's something you can do to control your risk, in addition to healthy lifestyle habits. Want to know what it is?
Focus on Healthy Foods, Not Avoiding 'Bad' Ones, for Heart Health: Study
Replacing butter with vegetable oils does not cut heart disease risk
Food-as-Protection and the Fight Against Hypertension
Ideal cardiovascular health measures meant less decline in brain processing speed.
Traditional Chinese exercises might reduce depression, improve quality of life for heart patients.
Office workers, truckers and police seem to face challenges eating well, staying fit
The once-maligned egg may not be a heartbreaker after all, new research suggests.
Increasing levels of specific hormones found in the gut may help people change their eating habits.
Eating less sodium is a good idea for most people. So what can you do about it?
When you're trying to keep your salt or sodium intake under control, you have to face the facts that highly-processed packaged foods are high in sodium.
Fortunately, adopting healthier eating habits can have a significant impact on your health and risk for heart disease.
Carrots aren't the only foods that can protect your vision. In fact, sweet potatoes and leafy, green spinach actually contain more vitamin A than carrots.