Articles for Tag: "heart disease"

How long will you live? Look to your parents 
How long will you live? Look to your parents
Did your parents live past 70? If so, it might bode well for your longevity.
The sobering facts about alcoholism and genetics 
The sobering facts about alcoholism and genetics
How much of a role do your genes play on your alcohol tendencies? Recent research points to a complex relationship.
Diet soda’s hefty toll on your health  Featured
Diet soda’s hefty toll on your health
A recent study suggests the so-called healthy beverages could lead to serious complications.
4 heart attack warning signs for young women 
4 heart attack warning signs for young women
Chest pain isn’t the only marker. Knowing other symptoms can mean the difference between life and death.
How eating fat could actually help you lose weight 
How eating fat could actually help you lose weight
Two experts explain the surprising findings of a new study that encourages eating some high fat foods.
Long work hours linked to life-threatening illnesses 
Long work hours linked to life-threatening illnesses
New research indicates health risks increase dramatically when women work more than 50 hours a week.
Midlife fitness reduces risk of stroke later in life 
Midlife fitness reduces risk of stroke later in life
Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S. New research shows physical activity in midlife could pay big dividends.