Even a modest increase in fitness level can improve longevity and quality of life.
A long-running CDC analysis has found veterans ages 35 to 70 suffer cardiovascular conditions at a greater rate than non-veterans.
If it's a healthy heart you're after, cut out the screen time and make your morning a priority.
Science has yet to support the notion that adrenaline-pumping activities like sky diving or roller coasters will somehow trigger a heart problem.
When it came time for doctors to repair her damaged artery, knitting aficionado Betty Houtman found solace in her craft—and is now living more vibrantly than ever.
A dietitian shares her secrets for tasty and good-for-you recipe ingredients that will spice up the kitchen.
Enjoy this lovely treat in moderation, and your brain and heart might thank you for it.
After four decades as a smoker, Vicky Walker has found long-lasting escape thanks to a smoking cessation program and its ever-accessible leader.
Researchers suspect high levels of a key hormone in the blood could hint at a person's risk of developing age-related ailments, such as weakness and poor balance.
Research suggests moderate, regular fitness activity—cycling outdoors, especially—could help keep your mind and body young, lowering the risk of early death.
Research shows it's much easier to preserve good health than reverse poor health—and everything worsens once diabetes enters the picture.
A preventive cardiologist shares good winter advice for people with a heart condition—and everyone else.
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