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In fact, exercise can even be linked to weight gain.
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It makes “good” cholesterol perform its job more efficiently.
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When it comes to the way people stigmatize different body shapes and sizes, words can hurt more than just your feelings. New research suggests they may have real health consequences. People who report...
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The condition is on par with high cholesterol and obesity as a risk factor for heart problems, new research finds.
Heightened activity in the brain's fear center may set off a chain of dangerous physiological responses.
Don't be lured in by salted caramel -- it's bad for your health.
A joint venture by eight hospitals around Australia is working to reduce the high rate of heart disease among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. An estimated 60 per cent of the Indigenous c...
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Why do we think of heart disease as a men's issue?
Where you carry extra weight may put you at increased risk for heart disease, cancer, and other serious diseases.
"At night, when I'm going to bed, I'll plug my phone in, and then I'll plug myself in."
When was the last time you visited your GP for a medical check-up? I bet you took your car to the mechanic for its scheduled service. Yet, we don't have a maintenance schedule for our own bodies.
Heart disease is preventable. Depending on the things we do early in life, we can set ourselves up for a healthy heart or an appointment with a heart surgeon like me. As a heart surgeon, here are 10 tips that I follow to keep my heart healthy now and in the future.