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whole grain foods

Can whole grain foods help prevent heart disease, diabetes, and cancer?

A New Zealand study published in The Lancet quantifies how much whole grain foods one should eat to prevent diseases and maintain health and...
taking aspirin

Is it safe to take aspirin for heart disease prevention?

The controversy surrounding the use of aspirin for preventing cardiovascular disease in healthy patients is ongoing. A recent analysis of healthy patients without cardiovascular...
omega-3 supplements

Diabetes and heart disease: Do omega-3 supplements reduce heart disease risk?

A new study at the University of Oxford evaluated if omega-3 supplements help in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease in individuals with diabetes. Diabetes...
personal income

Do fluctuations in personal income affect the risk of heart disease?

A study was recently published on how people who experienced personal income fluctuation for 15 years were impacted by cardiovascular disease later in life. Fluctuations...
heart disease prevention

Endurance and resistance training impact the risk of heart disease differently

Physical activity is vital for health maintenance and heart disease prevention. Researchers studied how endurance and strength exercises differ in preventing heart disease. Physical activity...
eating red meat

Chemical links eating red meat with the development of heart disease

A recent study published in European Heart Journal determined how eating red meat may increase the levels of a “not-good-for-heart” chemical, TMAO. Heart disease is...
snoring women

Can snoring women get heart disease earlier than snoring men?

New research evaluated people with snoring and obstructive sleep apnea to determine if snoring women are at a higher risk of cardiac impairment compared...
fish oil and vitamin D

Can fish oil and vitamin D help prevent cancer and heart disease?

Recent findings of a large study revealed the effects of fish oil and vitamin D supplements on the risk of cancer, stroke, and heart...

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