The brains of middle-age adults may be aging prematurely if they have obesity or other factors linked to cardiovascular disease, a new study finds.
For heart attack survivors, working out may be the last thing they want to do. It should probably be the first.
Americans spend so many hours at work that it makes sense to view the office as a place to promote good health.
About 104 million U.S. adults should monitor their blood pressure outside the doctor's office, according to a new study. That might be the best way to account for sometimes skewed results.
Prepared properly, popcorn can be the feel-good nutritious hit of summer. Done wrong, it can get bad reviews.
While doctors have been divided about what level of blood pressure is safe for someone with diabetes, a new study suggests that more intensive intervention is better.
Every year, Americans spend $22 billion on chocolate. While a box of chocolates may seem like the opposite of healthy, experts say it’s less about the occasional small indulgence and more about making good everyday food choices.
You’ve vowed to lose weight. You step on the scale to mark the starting point toward your goal. Now, how often should you hop back on to check your progress?
Being active, in all forms and at all ages, is one of the best ways to prevent heart disease and improve overall health and well-being. It aids weight control and fitness and it can help in recovering from a heart episode or procedure.