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Knowing The Contributing Factors Of Heart Disease

Apr 27, 2017

Knowing The Contributing Factors Of Heart Disease

Courtesy of Health Network - Having a healthy heart isn’t so hard to achieve, it just requires being mindful of your health and happiness in general.

Why Young Adults Should Pay More Attention To Heart Health

Apr 26, 2017

Why Young Adults Should Pay More Attention To Heart Health

Courtesy of My Southern Health - The words “coronary artery disease” immediately make us think of people in their 60s, 70s, and beyond. We hardly think about heart disease in young adults. But young adult hearts need attention and care… at a time of life when most of us take healthy hearts and unclogged arteries for granted.

Energy Drinks' Non-Caffeine Ingredients May Affect Heart

Apr 26, 2017

Energy Drinks' Non-Caffeine Ingredients May Affect Heart

Courtesy of CBC News | Health - Concerns about energy drinks may be too focused on caffeine, according to a study that found other ingredients in the beverages may affect heart health.

Fish Types You Need In Your Diet

Apr 24, 2017

Fish Types You Need In Your Diet

Courtesy of The Times Of India - Give a man a fish he will eat for a day, but teach a man to eat the right kind, he will live healthy forever. Known for providing high nutritional value, fish is one of the most preferable seafoods.

Connection Between Dental, Cardiovascular Health

Apr 23, 2017

Connection Between Dental, Cardiovascular Health

Courtesy of Palm Beach Post - Because your gums are vascular and full of tiny blood vessels, they carry this bacteria-filled pus into your bloodstream. These bacteria can travel anywhere and trigger an inflammatory response anywhere in your body.

Eat Me: Good Heart Health, Weight Loss… 6 Health Benefits Of Potatoes

Apr 23, 2017

Eat Me: Good Heart Health, Weight Loss… 6 Health Benefits Of Potatoes

Courtesy of The Cable Lifestyle - Potatoes are naturally stocked with a variety of nutrients like vitamins, potassium, carbohydrates, providing you with enough nutrients in a single meal.

A Healthy Plate & Happy Heart

Apr 21, 2017

A Healthy Plate & Happy Heart

Courtesy of Bryan Health - With heart disease being the number-one killer of both men and women in the U.S., it might seem to be an inevitable fate for you or your loved ones. Not so!

Public Health: Protect Your Heart: Shake Sneaky Salt Out Of Your Diet

Apr 19, 2017

Public Health: Protect Your Heart: Shake Sneaky Salt Out Of Your Diet

Courtesy of Independent Record - Salt is a sneaky seasoning. You probably know that it contributes to high blood pressure, which can cause heart disease and stroke. Maybe you’ve struck a blow for health and banished the salt shaker from your kitchen table. If so, good for you! But don’t stop there.

New Program Creates Personalized Workouts To Improve Heart Health

Apr 19, 2017

New Program Creates Personalized Workouts To Improve Heart Health

Courtesy of UPI - Scientists have created a new digital instrument that creates personalized workouts for people to do to help prevent heart disease.

10 Healthy Habits For A Healthy Heart

Apr 18, 2017

10 Healthy Habits For A Healthy Heart

Courtesy of The Manila Times - Heart health is impacted by a variety of factors, including physical, emotional and spiritual. It’s one reason the heart is the most intriguing organ.

Eat To Live: Why It’s Time To Get Serious About Your Diet

Apr 18, 2017

Eat To Live: Why It’s Time To Get Serious About Your Diet

Courtesy of U.S. News & World Report - If you’re like most Americans, your diet could use a makeover. But as the season of sun approaches – and many turn their attention to eating better (or simply less) to shed pounds for appearance’s sake.

Top 10 Child Heart Health Tips

Apr 18, 2017

Top 10 Child Heart Health Tips

Courtesy of Everyday Health - Protecting heart health starts in childhood. Learn about the steps your children can take today to reduce their risk for heart disease in the future.

The Sweet Danger Of Sugar

Apr 17, 2017

The Sweet Danger Of Sugar

Courtesy of Harvard Health Publications - Sugar has a bittersweet reputation when it comes to health. Sugar occurs naturally in all foods that contain carbohydrates, such as fruits and vegetables, grains, and dairy.

Here Are 7 Tips To Keep Your Heart Healthy

Apr 16, 2017

Here Are 7 Tips To Keep Your Heart Healthy

Heart disease, or more specifically, cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), include diseases such as heart attack and stroke. It is caused by the build-up of fatty material (or plaque) inside your arteries over time, a process known as atherosclerosis.

Healthy Friday: 5 Low-Fat Foods That Are Bad For You

Apr 14, 2017

Healthy Friday: 5 Low-Fat Foods That Are Bad For You

Many people associate the term “low-fat” with health or healthy foods. However, processed low-fat foods often contain a lot of sugar and other unhealthy ingredients.

10 Ways To Lower Your Risk Of Heart Disease

Apr 12, 2017

10 Ways To Lower Your Risk Of Heart Disease

Courtesy of Bel Marra Health - Our planet is becoming increasingly urbanized and industrialized, to the extent that it’s hard to imagine that there are still places in the world where people lead a hunter-gatherer lifestyle. But those people do exist.

Heart Disease Predictions Just Got Worse

Apr 11, 2017

Heart Disease Predictions Just Got Worse

Courtesy of Nurse.com - A report released by the American Heart Association indicates that by 2035, heart disease will cost the U.S. $1.1 trillion, according to HealthDay News reported.

HEALTH: Simple House Chores Can Be Good For Your Heart Health

Apr 11, 2017

HEALTH: Simple House Chores Can Be Good For Your Heart Health

Courtesy of The Times Herald - While spring cleaning may seem like just another chore for many, the simple increase in physical activity can be beneficial to your heart health, especially those recovering from a heart attack.

Eat These Foods For Better Health

Apr 10, 2017

Eat These Foods For Better Health

Courtesy of Bel Marra Health - Without a doubt, what we eat has a great impact on our health, as all the substances ingested into our system end up in our bloodstream and, sooner or later, they reach our organs.

Learning From Our Parents’ Heart Health Mistakes

Apr 10, 2017

Learning From Our Parents’ Heart Health Mistakes

Courtesy of The New York Times - Narrowed, aging blood vessels, which put most older American adults at risk for heart disease and strokes, are not inevitable.