Posts Tagged ‘heart disease’
Move over, green tea.
Recent studies indicate that coffee drinkers are less likely to develop Alzheimers, colon cancer, and diabetes compared to non-drinkers, and theyre also less apt to die from heart disease.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know that you know that smoking cigarettes is bad for you¦ Cancer.
Heart disease. A raspy voice.
Posted March 14, 2012on:
Data collected over 28 years reveal striking link and show that consuming fish or poultry instead contributes to a longer life
A new British Medical Journal article suggests that indulging in chocolate could lower your risk for heart disease and stroke
Lending credence to the old adage about eating an apple a day, a new study finds that women who ate the fruit daily saw improvements in cholesterol levels and markers of inflammation ¢ suggesting a lower risk of heart disease in a year’s time.
Taking a quarter of an aspirin with milk just before you go to bed every night
could reduce your chance of dying in middle age by a tenth, the biggest
study into the drug has found.
Obesity, a condition linked to heart disease and diabetes, now appears to be associated with another health problem, but one that affects men only — low testosterone levels.
Copper pipes could cause people over 50 to contract Alzheimer’s Disease and heart disease, a study has found.
People should remove old copper pipes from their homes or install special filters because the metal has been shown to build up in their bodies and cause serious health problems.
If you’ve survived a heart attack, you could dramatically cut your risk of dying from heart disease by eating chocolate two or more times per week.