Some who take medication for high cholesterol or blood pressure might stop exercising or gain weight in later years.
Enjoy this lovely treat in moderation, and your brain and heart might thank you for it.
In animal tests, the experimental medicine helped lessen the effects of scarring and promoted the formation of new blood vessels.
After undergoing a rare double-surgery to eliminate a blockage and restore blood flow, Marvin Lafountain is eager to resume his old life—minus the smoking habit.
Learn CPR so you can quickly step in to perform resuscitation. You may just save a life.
Middle-aged men who maintain muscle mass may lower their risk of heart disease in later years.
Millions of Americans are unable to do so and therefore less likely to seek help when trouble arises.
Study: A typical 50-year-old with hypertension could gain three extra years of life by aggressively treating the condition.
Healthy fatty acids may deliver a brain power boost.
How fast you walk might offer hints at how fast your body is aging.
Want to toughen your ticker? The food choices you make today can promote a healthier heart tomorrow.
The MIND diet—a hybrid of two heart-healthy diets—may lower your risk of Alzheimer's disease by up to 53%.
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