A study showed a greater risk for coronary artery disease in adults who consumed more servings per day of ultraprocessed food.
Older women, dining alone were 2.58 times more likely to have angina, a symptom of coronary artery disease.
People with heart disease can accrue additional health benefits with increasingly higher physical activity levels.
A study published in PLOS ONE suggests that dairy fat, which is mostly the saturated variety, can be good for your heart.
To help reduce sodium intake by 12% over the next 2 1/2 years, the FDA has released new guidelines for restaurants and food manufacturers.
For athletes, the risk of experiencing irregular heart rhythms, known as atrial fibrillation, is 2.5 times higher than it is for nonathletes.
Physical activity can mitigate the risk from poor sleep. This insight on exercise and sleep is according to new research findings.
You’ve seen the growing number of studies on plant-based diets. Eating a plant-based meal at dinnertime may reduce the risk of heart disease.
More than 100 million Americans suffer from high blood pressure. A new study took a fresh look at the role of salt sensitivity.
Beta-carotene is found in certain fruits and vegetables and our bodies can convert the beta-carotene we consume into vitamin A.
A review found that people who ate the highest amount of fried food per week had higher risks of heart disease, such a heart attack or stroke.
Consuming the high-fructose corn syrup appears to be linked to heart disease risk, mainly because it contains both fructose and glucose.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in America, but omega-3 fatty acids can help, according to a review on cardiovascular disease prevention.
Small-group personal training may benefit married couples, as nearly 80% of them share heart disease risk factors and behaviors.
Increasing physical activity is one of the most important ways to increase longevity and reduce the risk of heart disease, according to researchers.