Too busy to go to the gym and exercise? Too riddled with deadlines to take those 10,000 steps a day for good health? Take heart.
Did you know that approximately 92 million Americans are currently living with some form of heart disease?1 Sobering, isn’t it?
We all are well aware of the dangers connected to the use of prescription pain relief medications such as OxyContin and other forms of opioids.
Aside from helping you cling on to your fleeting productivity and energy levels, coffee has some pretty amazing health benefits. Especially for your heart.
A recent meta-analysis of nearly 900,000 people has added even more compelling evidence to the long list of omega-3 benefits. This study looked specifically at the association between heart disease and EPA/DHA intake. The results were published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings January 2017 issue.
Dr. Fahad Basheer, April 6, 2016
During organ transplantation there have been numerous reports of emotions, memories and experiences being transferred along with organ which is been transplanted from donor to the recipient.
A health scare carries a huge lesson for this seemingly-healthy guy
New research and old research both have concluded that eating chocolate in modest quantities may be good for the heart
Research published in the prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) looked at 20,000 people in China. What they found was that giving people additional folate, the b-vitamin in dark leafy green vegetables, reduces the risk of stroke and heart attack.
Is it helping your heart or hurting your stomach? We set the record straight