For Heart Disease, Medications May Work As Well As Invasive Surgery, Major Trial ShowsHigh-risk patients with stable heart disease may fare just as well on medications alone, versus having invasive heart operations such as stents and bypass surgeries, according to a major trial.
Study: Eat More Plants, Less Meat To Live Longer And Improve Heart HealthEating more plants and less meat has been tied to a longer life and a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease in a new study.
Changing Your Meat-Eating Habits Could Mean A Longer Life, Study SuggestsMounting evidence continues to suggest that eating too much red meat -- such as bacon and hot dogs -- is linked with health problems.
High Blood Pressure At Doctor's Office May Mean You're Twice As Likely To Die Of Heart DiseaseWhen a patient's blood pressure reads normal at home and high in a doctor's office, it's called "white coat hypertension" -- and new research suggests that it is not a benign condition.
Cancer Death Rates Drop, Heart Disease Deaths On The Rise For US AdultsAs the number of American adults dying of cancer continues to decline, the number who are dying of heart disease is on the rise, according to a new report.
Skipping Breakfast Tied To Higher Risk Of Heart-Related Death, Study FindsWhether you eat breakfast might be linked with your risk of dying early from cardiovascular disease, according to a new study.
Study: 3 Or More Eggs A Day Increase Risk Of Heart Disease And Early DeathPeople who eat three or four eggs a day have a higher risk of both heart disease and early death compared to those who eat fewer eggs, new research finds.
Limit Screen Time To Protect Your Child's Heart, American Heart Association SaysParents, there's yet another reason to limit screen time for your kids: It could contribute to future heart disease.
Eating Cheese Won't Increase Risk Of Heart Problems, Study SaysResearchers say eating dairy products won’t increase your risk of developing heart problems later on in life.
Study: Drinking Coffee May Help You Live LongerDrinking your morning coffee may do more than just help you wake up at work. New data supports growing evidence that coffee could help prevent death from heart disease and other chronic illnesses.
Heart Disease, No. 1 Killer, Can Sneak Up On WomenHeart disease can sneak up on women in ways that standard cardiac tests can miss.