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People with Red Meat Allergies Might Have Greater Heart Disease Risk

Sunday, June 17th, 2018

Red meat increases the risk of heart disease, a fact that’s well-known. However, now researchers have found that this risk is not the same for all of those who eat red meat. Some red meat eaters are more at risk, and these are people with red meat allergies. In the new study, the researchers have […]

Protein-Rich Diets Might Not Be Good For Heart Health

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Diets that are high in protein, like keto and Atkins diet, are more popular today than ever before. One reason behind this is that they are often said to aid weight loss. However, a new study suggests there might a high cost attached to losing weight by following a high-protein diet. In this new study, […]

Erectile Dysfunction Might Double the Risk of Heart Disease

Monday, June 11th, 2018

Men with erectile dysfunction would do well to get their heart checked. A new study has come up with this suggestion after it found that erectile dysfunction may be an early indicator of heart disease. No other disease causes more deaths in both the sexes than heart disease. However, the risk factors for heart disease […]

Plant-Based Diet Is Good For Heart

Sunday, June 3rd, 2018

In recent years, several studies have suggested that a vegetarian diet offers many health benefits. For example, a veggie diet has been linked to lower risk of metabolic syndrome, diabetes type 2, and obesity. Some research has also hinted that a plant-based diet might even help keep certain cancers at bay. Now new research, in […]

Best Foods for the Heart

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

Heart disease kills more people in the U.S. than any other disease. There are many things one can do to reduce the risk of developing heart disease, like getting the heart checked once every year, quitting smoking, managing stress better, and eating a well-balanced diet. In this post, we have listed 5 foods that are […]

New Study Shows How Exercise Improve Heart Health

Friday, May 11th, 2018

Can exercise help regenerate new heart muscle cells? This is the question that a new study probed. According to it, the answer is yes. In this mice study, the researchers noted that exercise enhanced the ability of the heart to produce new heart muscle cells in normal conditions, as well as following a heart attack. […]

Gout Drug Might Offer New Treatment for Heart Failure

Thursday, February 22nd, 2018

Drug repositioning offers a quick and effective way to develop new treatments. Drug repositioning means using existing drugs to treat new diseases. A recent study shows how this strategy might help us develop a new way to treat heart failure. In this study, the researchers tested the possibility of using a gout treatment drug, called […]

Researchers Identifies Gene That Might Help Prevent Heart Disease

Friday, February 16th, 2018

In the U.S., more people die from heart disease than any other health condition. That’s why there’s need for better strategies to help prevent heart disease. Latest research hints that we might be now closer to addressing this need. In this research, the experts located a gene that helps clears extra cholesterol from our blood […]

New Blood Test Diagnose Heart Attack Twice Faster Than Previous Tests

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Doctors are using a new test to check if a person has experienced a heart attack. The new test is significantly more sensitive than previous tests. In fact, it takes less than half time as previous tests. At the same, however, experts caution against relying too heavily on this test for diagnosing occurrence of heart […]

Five Servings of Nuts a Week Reduces Heart Disease Risk Significantly

Friday, December 22nd, 2017

New research shows that nuts are great for heart health. The researchers found the risk of heart and stroke was lower in people who regularly eat tree nuts, walnuts, and peanuts. The higher the intake of nuts, the greater the benefit. If you want to reduce your heart attack and stroke risk, eat a handful […]

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