Simple, subtle changes to your diet could help protect you from heart disease and stroke.
Are you getting enough vitamin C? This vital substance helps ward off disease and promotes proper body function.
Many adults have not engaged in any form of exercise in the past month or more.
Want to break out of your sedentary rut? Check out these tips from a preventive cardiologist.
In animal tests, the experimental medicine helped lessen the effects of scarring and promoted the formation of new blood vessels.
Consider mini-trampolines to add some pep to your step as studies show it's an effective workout that's easy on the joints.
Middle-aged men who maintain muscle mass may lower their risk of heart disease in later years.
Researchers are trying to understand the connection between the condition and coronary heart disease in women.
Millions of Americans are unable to do so and therefore less likely to seek help when trouble arises.
How fast you walk might offer hints at how fast your body is aging.
While issues like high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes are more likely to affect people with obesity, those with normal weight aren't free of risk.
Study: Body fat around the arteries secretes a protein that becomes toxic to blood vessels.