Poor Diet Leading Cause For Heart Disease And Stroke Deaths
Poor diet has been known to lead to more diseaes over time. A poor diet is the leading cause for health disease and stroke deaths.
Too Much Bacon, Soda and Too Little Nuts Linked To Highest Deaths in the US
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association reveals that many Americans die annually from consuming too much bacon and soda and too little nuts and seeds. The study cited a 2012 government report that revealed about 700,000 people died that year from complications resulting from unhealthy eating habits. A combined list of 10 unhealthy ingredients was found to contribute to nearly 45% of these deaths.
Fasting Diet Miracle: 5-Day Calorie Restriction Lowers Risk For Major Diseases
Researchers are calling a healthy fasting diet a miracle due to its amazing capability of lowering major chronic diseases including cancer and diabetes. A specifically designed diet that mimics fasting could be the answer to all our health problems.
Health Alert: Belly Fat May Lead To Heart Disease And More, Study Finds
Belly fat is probably one of the most common types of belly that everybody has seen before. More than just being fat tummy, what’s the truth behind these new claims that a belly fat may trigger heart disease and even diabetes? How is that even possible to happen? Here’s what health professionals have to say
Dark Chocolate Can Lower Risk Of Heart Attack And Stroke
Health experts are recommending the moderate intake of dark chocolate to help lower the risk of heart diseases and stroke. The health tip comes as Valentine's Day is just around the corner.
Calcium In Arteries Raises Heart Attack Risk In Young Adults
A major finding on heart disease finds that any amount of calcium in the arteries elevates the risk of heart attack in young people. The study is first of its kind as it detects the risk of heart disease in people below 50.
Physical Activity Strengthens Arteries in Children
New research says that moderate to vigorous physical activity in children leads to healthy arteries, reducing their chances of getting heart diseases later in life. Daily exercise is recommended after heart disease is found to develop in childhood.
ADHD News: Mediterranean Diet Could Prevent The Risk Of The Disease
As there is no known cure to ADHD, could it be possible that the answer to prevention be found on a Mediterranean diet all along? What properties are there in this kind of diet that experts are convinced it could prevent the disorder from worsening or from taking place? Find out what health professionals have to say
Health Warning: Skipping Breakfast Increases Risk For Heart Diseases
Health researchers issued a health warning on the increased risk for heart disease if breakfast is regularly skipped. Late night snacking is also identified as a health warning as our bodies are not built to digest food late at night.
Depression Could Affect Your Heart Just As Much As Bad Cholesterol
When thinking of heart attacks, you might assume that the most common causes are smoking, high cholesterol, or obesity. Mental health issues are probably left behind individual concerns. But a new study found out that depression also poses great heart health risk just as other more familiar heart disease contributors.
Unlimited Soda Refill Ban: How France Tackles Obesity Problem
Being obese may have a negative effect on one's health. As a matter of fact, it is linked to many health problems. To address the problem of obesity, France has implemented a new law banning unlimited soda-refills from restaurants, cafes and canteens.
Heart Disease: How Losing Weight Reduces Heart Risks
You may reduce your cardiovascular disease risk by changing your lifestyle. Here's what you need to know how to make healthy changes.
New Robotic Sleeves Invented To Help Problematic Hearts That Fail At Beating On Its Own
A new invention amde by the scientists has jelped in aiding beings with heart diseases; although yet to be tested on humans first.
Weight Loss Advice: Obese, Overweight Patients 'Less Likely To Die' After Heart Surgery
A new study suggests being overweight can give patients added protection when facing major heart operations. Doctors say that being obese should not be a reason to turn patients away from surgery.
Heart Attack And Low-Income Women: Health Risks Of Being Disadvantaged
It is already known that people from low-income or disadvantaged backgrounds are at greater risk of heart attack and stroke compared with people from more affluent backgrounds, but a recent study shows that there is a difference between sexes - and women are most affected.