If you frequently sleep more than ten hours a night, it might be harming your heart health, warn experts.
In a recent study, experts found that people - they call them “long sleepers” - who sleep too much have just as high a risk of heart disease as short sleepers.
What they found in their study was that long sleepers had significantly high levels of the heart disease marker, C-reactiv... ››› more
You might think the only side effects of sleep deprivation are that your brain is a bit foggy and you become clumsier, but there's a devastating effect your minimal sleep has on your heart.
In a study, researchers found participants who slept less than six hours a night have a massive 48% higher chance of dying from heart disease than those who get between seven and nine hours good quality sle... ››› more
Previously, studies have linked processed meat to type 2 diabetes as well as pancreatic and colorectal cancer.
Now, a new large scale study involving nearly half a million people, published in the Biomed Central Medicine journal, has found a direct link between eating processed meat and the occurrence of cardiovascular disease.
Researchers discovered that your risk for premature death rises... ››› more
Researchers at the Ottawa Heart Institute recently discovered a specific protein in patients having a heart attack. Asking your doctor to check for this protein could save your life!
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So what’s nature’s secret to optimum mental health?
That’ll help you:
• Protects you from depression and other mood disorders including schizo... ››› more
A recent study by the American Heart Association found that heart attack patients who arrive at the hospital at night or over weekends are 13% more likely to die.
Here's how you could avoid becoming another heart disorder statistic…
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Are you getting the one simple mineral that helps restore normal blood pressure, lowers cholesterol a... ››› more
When you pop into a fast food restaurant does your order always begin with: “Please may I have a large…”
If so, it might lead to down the path of heart problems.
While you don't think a regular or even small burger might be enough for you, or you wouldn't be caught eating the “chicks” meal, it might save your health and your life.
This because the nutrient content in these m... ››› more
As a man, you've probably never been too concerned with your weight. You were active all through school and you still play the odd round of golf with your friends.
And while it doesn't bother you too much, you're noticing your belt is getting a bit tighter and your belly protrudes just a little bit more than it did.
So why is this happening? And more importantly, how do you stop it and k... ››› more
Time Magazine always has a big influencer on the cover of its magazine and the latest issue was no different.
In fact, the latest issue sports a long-hated culprit that's making its way back into society. Experts are now actually pleading for forgiveness for falsely accusing it of being a killer by “implanting” heart problems into millions of people.
So who is it?
It's not a “... ››› more
“The president is fine,” says Mr Zuma's spokesman, Mac Maharaj
This after Zuma recently took five days off from the presidency to “recover from the toll of preparing for the May 7 elections,” said Business Day Live this weekend.
In fact, as many news reports have it, it seems that Mr President suffers from heart problems, diabetes and high blood pressure which may have been the re... ››› more
No matter how old you are or what your health is at this stage of your life, it's never too late to change, says Johns Hopkins Medicine.
This concept is an essential part of keeping your heart as healthy as it can be and keeping heart problems from developing or even getting worse.
While it may take you longer to see an improvement the older you are or the worse your health is, there IS ... ››› more
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