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.
Early Menstruation May Determine Stroke Risks, New Study Claims
Early Menstruation: Is it a good sign to have early menstruation? What’s the truth behind the claims of a new study saying that early menstruation may be used in detecting risks of stroke? Get to know if you are at risks than your other peers. 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.
Paralyzed Patients: A Brain Computer Could Decipher Their Thoughts
Paralyzed patients could hear people that speak around them, but could not respond to them. Paralyzed patients could also feel the touch of people that visits and care for them, but could not touch them back.
New Cholesterol Drugs Are Safe, Even Healthy People Should Take Them
Experts claim that a combination of new cholesterol drugs are a lot safer and more effective in lowering bad cholesterol. Some also say that if people can't lower cholesterol intake themselves, they should take the drug even when they're healthy.
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.
Life After Stroke: Find Out Some Ways To Improve Treatment, New Study Suggests
Considering the trauma and burden that is brought about by stroke, how does one cope up with life after the disease has attacked? How essential is the new study that claims that there are new and improved ways of treating the disease? Have we finally found the cure to stroke? Here's what experts have to say.
Stroke Treatment Possible By Transplanting Neurons
A new research revealed stroke could be reversed through neuron transplantation. The said stroke treatment was tested on rats and gathered favorable results.
Migraine Linked To Increased Stroke Risk After Surgery
Migraine linked to increased chances of stroke after a surgery is the highlight of a recent study. Even though the risk is low, doctors are still urged to inform their patients of the possibility of the risk before surgery.
Heart Attack Risk Can Now Be Tested By Gut Bacteria
A new blood test effectiviely diagnoses heart attack risks by identifying the presence of a certain gut bacteria. The test determines the occurrence of heart complications within one month up to seven years.
Ibuprofen: The Truth About The Common Painkiller And Why Many Say It's Not Safe
A 45-year-old mom from the UK suffered internal bleeding after taking ibuprofen to treat her common cold. Doctors warn her to never take ibuprofen again.
Being Optimistic Gives You Longer Life, New Study Claims
outlive those who are not as positive about life. Researchers could not point a cause-and-effect relationship yet, but they say it could be because optimistic women tend to have healthier lifestyles and get better sleep.
Want To Cut Death Risk By Half? Play Tennis
According to a recent study, racquet sports like tennis, squash or badminton cuts death risk by 47 percent. The study looked at the impact of sports on the health of people.
Light Drinking Cuts Stroke Risks
One or two glasses of alcohol a day reduces the risk of the most common stroke, says a new study; but two or more drinks daily increases risk.