Articles for Tag: "heart disease"
A recent study suggests the longer men sit, the more prone they are to developing chronic disease.
American adolescents lead lifestyles that may bring on cardiovascular disease when they get older.
People with heart disease, anxiety and depression, may have a greater chance of dying before those without those added complications.
The price tag of caring for patients with diabetes is at $245 billion and rising with more U.S. adults and children diagnosed with the disease every year.
Recent review warns that diabetes patients should monitor their mood and their hearts.
More mental health facilities ban smoking for patients with mental illnesses.
Women may experience heart attack symptoms different from men. Here are four things the heart may be telling women.