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A new study links heart disease with increased odds of developing dementia . Researchers found that artery stiffness -- a condition called atherosclerosis -- is associated with the buildup of beta-amyloid plaque in the brain, a hallmark of Alzheimer'
Marriage is an affair of the heart and it may even protect your ticker as well. In a study of more than 3.5 million men and women, researchers from New York University's Langone Medical Center found that married people have a significantly decreased
The emphasis on nutrition and exercise to maintain a healthy heart is what we commonly read about in an age where everyone is trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle, but there is another healthy-heart component: marriage. Not
But a new analysis calls into question whether they're really that bad after all. The findings, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine , have sparked renewed debate about fats and heart health. The new study should trigger a review of current
Mike Hampton, a fitness instructor at the Franciscan St. James Health and Wellness Institute, led the dance session at the Day of Dance event. Supplied photo A little dancing to get the blood flowing helps keep the heart healthy.
That dietary fact could help explain why middle-aged Japanese men have less than a third the rate of coronary artery calcification than their American counterparts. An international study involving the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of
The data explosion from the emergence of mobile medical devices has been impressive. However, to avoid overwhelming doctors and patients alike and to realize the potential of this surge in information, this data must be organized," said Matt Douglass
Team sports can help make up for the estrogen loss of women in menopause to help heart health, University of Copenhagen researchers say. Michael Nyberg, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Copenhagen, said when women enter menopause,
The University of South Carolina College of Nursing and the wife of university President Harris Pastides are teaming up to improve heart health on campus. Patricia Moore-Pastides is joining the health fair Thursday at the Russell House on Greene
On Friday, Feb. 7, National Wear Red Day, Ursuline hosted the Go Red For Women kickoff. Go Red For Women is the American Heart Associations nationwide campaign to raise awareness that heart disease is the No...This is the first time that the kickoff