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Yo-Yo Dieting May Harm Your Heart

Weight cycling, or yo-yo dieting, refers to losing weight and regaining it back again multiple times. Numerous studies highlight the deleterious effects weight cycling...
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Prolonged Sitting May Cause Heart Disease

We’ve got one more study from 2014 proving that prolonged sitting is incredibly detrimental to your overall health, regardless of if you are fit...

Yoga Reduces Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Did You Know...that yoga may protect you from cardiovascular disease? Yoga is an ancient mind-body practice from India that helps to strengthen the body and...
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Three Researched Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Of all the ancient folk remedies, apple cider vinegar may just be the most popular and widely known. Enthusiasts claim that apple cider vinegar...
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High-Protein Diet Linked to Heart Failure Risk in Older Women

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), heart failure afflicts 5.7 million Americans, and accounted for 1 of every 9 deaths in 2009....
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Did You Know… Sex is a Wonder Drug for Heart Health and Longer Life?

Sure, you know sex feels good, but did you also know that it enhances heart health by normalizing cholesterol and blood pressure levels and...
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Life’s Simple 7 for Heart Health

According to the Heart Foundation, Heart disease (which includes Heart Disease, Stroke and other Cardiovascular Diseases) is the No. 1 cause of death in...
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The “Breakthrough Treatment” You Already Have In Your Cabinet

Recent research indicates that a drug familiar to many of us could save thousands of lives and reduce health care spending by close to...
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Did You Know… …Running May Make You Less Likely to Have Joint Problems?

Even avid runners often worry that the repetitive motion of running causes excessive wear and tear on their joints, and particularly their knees. This...

How Pollution Ups Your Risk of Developing Heart Disease … And How to Protect...

Air pollution has long been recognized as linked to heart disease, but scientists have yet to pinpoint how pollutants inhaled into your lungs end...