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A new study from researchers in Japan indicates that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is independently associated with visceral (abdominal) fat accumulation only in men, perhaps explaining gender differences in the impact of OSA on cardiovascular
Several investigations have demonstrated two troublesome facts. In certain areas of the country, life expectancy for women is decreasing and women who smoke are much more likely to have lung cancer than men who smoke. These facts argue for more
Scientists have found evidence of a link between pets and reducing risk factors for heart disease. Dogs, one of the most popular pets, have been shown to be particularly effective in helping people reduce the risk of heart disease.
Early heart disease ran in Rick Del Sontro's family, and every time he went for a run, he was scared his heart would betray him...He stayed lean, kept away from red meat, spurned cigarettes and exercised intensely, even completing an Ironman
May 18 The Kansas City Star Jalen Kimmel, 12, was up early Saturday for an event she didn't want to miss: the 2013 Kansas City Heart Walk. More News The walk was a major fund-raiser for the local chapter of the American Heart Association and a day to
Researchers from the Guglielmo da Saliceto Hospital in Piacenza, Italy, took 12 blood pressure readings at one-minute intervals from 94 patients with mild hypertension...Patients were seated in a comfortable armchair in a doctor's consulting room and
Published May 15, 2013 FoxNews.com As 72-year-old Mimi Scott knows all too well, a troubled mind can literally break your heart. Last year, the TV host and actress was grieving the deaths of two of her four dogs when she learned her dear friend Mr.
Women who have a hysterectomy are not in danger of increasing their risk of cardiovascular disease later in life, a new study says. Although earlier research had found higher chances of cardiovascular disease in the years following a hysterectomy,
Glenda W. from Alabama realized one day that she would kill her heart if she didn't kill her belly-fat... "I started bodybuilding at the age of twelve and continued most of my life until life got in the way. I was in
EDT May 14, 2013 Evidence doesn't support the recommendation that some people reduce sodium to 1,500 milligrams a day. Americans need to lower their excessive salt intake for their health's sake, but it may be harmful to cut back too far, says a new