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heart health

Use energy drinks when cramming for exams?

Your heart may pay the price.

Lamenting the noisy neighbor

Chronic noise exposure can lead to threefold risk of heart attack, stroke or some other major cardiovascular event.

‘Know your farmer’

Labels on egg cartons may be misleading, but here's the skinny on how to find the healthiest, most humanely produced eggs.

Is coffee good for you?

Research shows that the health benefits of coffee—even decaf—seem to outweigh the risks.

Die-hard sports fans put hearts at risk

Study: Sporting events may lead to a spike in adrenaline for certain spectators and, in some cases, heart attacks.

Go vegetarian the easy way

A savvy dietitian offers 6 tips for revamping your victuals.

For protein and your heart, pick quality

Reduce your risks by eating fruits and vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, skinless poultry, fish, nuts and beans.

Could aspirin help keep Alzheimer’s away?

Study identifies a possible new role for one of the most widely used, common, over-the-counter medications in the world—aspirin.

Stressed out at work? Your aFib risk may rise

Prolonged periods of unease and anxiety are likely to increase the risk of this heart condition.

Walk briskly to a longer life

Taking a daily stroll at an average or fast pace is associated with a significantly reduced risk of cardiovascular disease.

Start exercising to cut your heart failure risk

Unlike a heart attack, heart failure is a chronic condition.

Add heart check to annual lady doc visit

Gynecologists are uniquely qualified to identify and treat conditions that may increase women's risk of heart disease or stroke.