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8 Incredible Black Seed Benefits: From Heart Health To Fighting Cancer

May 20, 2017

8 Incredible Black Seed Benefits: From Heart Health To Fighting Cancer

Courtesy of Smart Cooky - The black seed plant has been in use to make medicines for over 2000 years. It was even discovered in the tomb of King Tut, the Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty.

Sleep Deprivation Can Affect Your Heart

May 19, 2017

Sleep Deprivation Can Affect Your Heart

Courtesy of The Times of India - The cliched, over-used adages about sleeping early might not be something that most people take seriously, but cardiologists and sleep experts swear by them.

4 Unexpected Things That Can Affect Heart Health

May 18, 2017

4 Unexpected Things That Can Affect Heart Health

Courtesy of Henry Ford Health System - There are many known behaviors that can negatively affect your heart health. From inactivity to smoking to consuming too much salt, most people understand that these dangers can have a detrimental impact on your heart.

Best Exercises For Heart Health

May 18, 2017

Best Exercises For Heart Health

Courtesy of Go Local PDX Health - Heart health is important. Obviously, the heart is the muscle that keeps humans alive. Heart health is essential to life.

Power Up Your Heart Health

May 17, 2017

Power Up Your Heart Health

Courtesy of Harvard Health Publications - With age, much of your body's muscle is replaced by fat. Some of the effects of this loss are clearly visible — your body changes shape, and you can no longer hoist heavy boxes or sprint to catch a bus.

Heart Health Might Be A Matter Of Geography

May 16, 2017

Heart Health Might Be A Matter Of Geography

Courtesy of WebMD - The county you call home may have a lot to do with your chances of dying from heart disease or stroke, a new U.S. study reveals.

Heart To Heart

May 15, 2017

Heart To Heart

Courtesy of New Canaan Darien & Rowayton Magazine - Besides the role sugar plays in promoting obesity, there are other reasons why everyone needs to curb eating the sweet stuff, says Dr. Steven Kunkes, a cardiologist affiliated with Bridgeport Hospital.

Knowing Your Family’s Health History Can Help You Stay Healthier

May 14, 2017

Knowing Your Family’s Health History Can Help You Stay Healthier

Courtesy of Lexington Herald Leader - Women tend to be the keepers of family history. Some of that information is fun, such as your first words or your brother’s sports awards. But mothers also can have information that could help reduce your risk of heart disease.

HEALTH: Fitness Tricks That Fit In To Your Life

May 13, 2017

HEALTH: Fitness Tricks That Fit In To Your Life

Courtesy of Daily Mail - As the British Heart Foundation warns that many people, especially women, are still not physically active enough, fitness expert – and self-confessed former couch potato – Laura Williams (laurawilliamsonline.co.uk) suggests a practical solution is to increase our level of incidental exercise.

Controlling Your Risk For Heart Disease

May 12, 2017

Controlling Your Risk For Heart Disease

Courtesy of Long Beach Post - Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. About 600,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year – that’s one in every four deaths.

Simple Food Substitutions That Will Help Improve Your Heart's Health

May 10, 2017

Simple Food Substitutions That Will Help Improve Your Heart's Health

Courtesy of CIProud.com - According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is responsible for one in four deaths in the United States, but doctors say there are fairly simple things you can do to keep your heart healthy.

3 Ways To Prevent Heart Disease

May 10, 2017

3 Ways To Prevent Heart Disease

Courtesy of My Southern Health - A healthy combination of diet, exercise and stress management can help lower your risk levels for serious heart problems. Here are first steps to protecting your heart.

Healthy Thyroid, Healthy Heart

May 10, 2017

Healthy Thyroid, Healthy Heart

Courtesy of Premier Health - Just like your heart, your thyroid affects all kinds of important functions in your body that you may never think about.

Eating Cheese Doesn’t Increase Your Risk Of Heart Disease And Stroke

May 9, 2017

Eating Cheese Doesn’t Increase Your Risk Of Heart Disease And Stroke

Courtesy of Newsweek - Eating cheese and other dairy products does not lead to an increased risk of death from heart disease and stroke, scientists have said.

Many At High Risk Still Ignore Heart Health Advice

May 9, 2017

Many At High Risk Still Ignore Heart Health Advice

Courtesy of CBS News - Even though heart disease is often preventable, nearly one out of five people at high risk for a heart attack don't think they need to change their health habits.

How Much Cardio Is Really Good For Your Heart?

May 5, 2017

How Much Cardio Is Really Good For Your Heart?

Courtesy of U.S. News & World Report - When it comes to boosting your heart health, you can’t do much better than cardio.

Good Heart Health Extends The ‘Golden Years’

May 5, 2017

Good Heart Health Extends The ‘Golden Years’

Courtesy of Reuters - People with better heart health during young adulthood and middle age end up living longer and spending fewer years later in life with any kind of chronic disease, according to new research.

New Toolkit Can Help You Have A Healthier Life

May 5, 2017

New Toolkit Can Help You Have A Healthier Life

Courtesy of North American Press Syndicate - Nearly 30 million Americans have been diagnosed with heart disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Social Smoking Carries Same Heart-Disease Risks As Everyday Habit

May 3, 2017

Social Smoking Carries Same Heart-Disease Risks As Everyday Habit

Courtesy of The Ohio State University - Social smokers’ risk for high blood pressure and high cholesterol is identical to those who light up every day, new research has found.

Techniques To Reduce Stress May Extend To Cardiovascular Health

May 3, 2017

Techniques To Reduce Stress May Extend To Cardiovascular Health

Courtesy of The Citizen - The same mind-body connection that researchers believe plays a role in heart attack may also offer a measure of protection through techniques like meditation, yoga and mindful relaxation.