Nothing like a tall, cool drink in the heat of summer, right? Not if it’s a sugar-sweetened soda, and not if you’re in New York City.
A government panel confirms that estrogen and progestin replacement therapy should be used sparingly, only to ward off the most intense symptoms of menopause, and not to protect against chronic disease.
In a medical first, scientists in Haifa, Israel, took skin cells from two heart failure patients and reprogrammed them into stem cells that generated healthy, beating heart muscle cells in the lab.
Inflammation and unhealthy clotting factors decreased in Beijing as pollution levels dropped during the 2008 Olympic Games. In order to maintain that trend, a researcher has some advice: drive less.
Are you sick of your commute to work? Bad news: It might actually be making you sick.
Doctors previously thought exercise would worsen heart failure patients’ condition, but a new study finds it actually strengthens muscles, improves health and may even boost recovery.
Recent studies had hinted that gum disease can increase the risk of heart disease, but a new review suggests the evidence is still wanting.
Negative attitudes are known to be detrimental to cardiovascular health, and now a new study finds that having a positive, optimistic outlook can have the opposite effect.
A new study finds that omega-3 fatty acids don’t help patients with heart disease avoid future heart-related problems.
It’s no secret that as a population, Americans been getting heavier, but researchers now say that our weight problem may be worse than we thought.
New technology makes it possible to detect certain cells in the blood that are harbingers of an imminent heart attack.
Sugar-sweetened sodas can lead to weight gain and diabetes, but a new study finds just how harmful the beverages can be on the heart, especially for men.
Eating a hot dog or a couple of slices of bacon a day comes with a surprisingly high cost to your health.