The wrinkles on your forehead can tell you a lot about your health, according to scientists. The Cardiologist Congress has been investigating the connection between heart conditions and wrinkles. If you have deep furrows on your forehead, you
Two weekly servings of red meat, processed meat, or poultry a week could increase risk of cardiovascular disease by 3-7%.
Knowing about 'bad cholesterol' levels earlier could enable adults to take preventative measures to lower their risk of heart disease.
A new study has found that 51% of patients were failing to hit healthy cholesterol targets after taking statins.
At 24, Bec Craven was embarking on the trip of a lifetime when she boarded a plane to Bali --but she didn’t expect the trip to change her life forever.
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New research suggests going gray may have greater implications than changing your hair color: It could put you at an increased risk of having heart problems.
Coronary heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the UK, claiming in excess of 73,000 lives each year - so you'd think we'd all be pretty clued-up on heart health and on how to deal with a heart attack by now.
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AJ Jones is a bodybuilder and fitness model who does not have a working heart or a discernible pulse. You read that right. (Photo: Instagram/fitnesswithaj)
Heart disease is the UK's biggest killer, claiming the lives of some 82,000 women each year. While certain risk factors are beyond your control, such as your age and genetic predisposition, there are things you can do to lower your risk.
Heart disease is the world's biggest killer, and there are many factors that affect your risk of suffering a heart attack, including lifestyle, diet, weight, and genes. But there are also specific times where the risk of a cardiovascular
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