Keeping Healthy - Understanding Heart Disease
Watch this video to get an understanding of what heart disease really is.
Eating this Vegetable is as Good for Your Heart as Sports
Heart conditions are no joke. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 1 out of 4 annual deaths in the US can be chalked up to heart-related illnesses, making heart disease the leading cause of death in America. Every year, about 735,000 Americans undergo cardiac arrest.
Scientists Create a Human Heart in a Lab
Scientists are close to gaining the ability to grow full-sized, beating human hearts from stem cells, which is fantastic news for the thousands of people around the world who are waiting patiently for a heart transplant.
This Miniature Heart is Real and Made With a 3-D Printer
These experts have successfully printed a heart from human tissue!
Nature Has Many Hearts, and They're All Beautiful.
If you thought only man can draw a heart, you'd be very much mistaken. Nature has always been the original artist, and whatever shape we can draw, it can too! Behold the many hearts of our mother nature, each more beautiful than the next!
Warning: These 4 Numbers Can Detect an Unhealthy Heart!
More people die of heart disease each year than any other cause.
Here's Why the Heart is a Truly Remarkable Organ...
The heart, alongside the brain, is one of the most mysterious parts of the body. In fact, it may surprise you to discover that the heart emits its own electromagnetic field, which changes according to ones emotions.
6 Weird Signs That Could Indicate an Upcoming Heart Attack
In the Western world, where one in four people succumb to cardiovascular disease, the importance of keeping the heart in good working order is hard to overemphasize. Unfortunately, the first sign that many people have that their heart isn’t working as it should is when they have a heart attack.
Test Yourself: What Kind Of Heart Do You Have?
The qualities that we attach to the heart often lead us to describe other people with concepts such as "warm-hearted", "black-hearted" and other phrases that help us summarize the way we see others, and sometimes ourselves.
If You Have Questions On Heart Disease, Answer Them Here
Many heart diseases are left undiagnosed until the patient suffers a heart attack or stroke.
Can Oatmeal Reduce Coronary Heart Disease Progression?
Less than 3% of Americans meet the daily recommended fiber intake despite research suggesting high-fiber foods such as whole grains can positively affect the progression of coronary heart disease. That's why you should eat plenty of oatmeal for breakfast!
12 Daily Habits that are Slowly Hurting Your Heart
We all know the leading causes of heart disease. We know that smokers suffer from heart attacks more than non-smokers, that red or processed meats put consumers at risk, and that it’s important to exercise.
A Blessing to You From the Bottom of My Heart!
stay away from fire Be aware and don't live in a bubble That good things will come easily And that we overcome every obstacle successfully That we never give up Even when it seems that there is no real chance of success That we go for what we want, with all force and without fear That we invest our hearts
These Countries Have Low Heart Disease Risks! Here's Why!
When it comes down to heart disease, the French, Japanese, and Koreans have the lowest rates in the world. The following heart-healthy habits that these countries adopt can help to add years to your life. 1.
Are You Putting Your Heart at Risk with these Daily Habits?
While a healthy heart is something we all want to have, cardiovascular disease affects more than 1 in 3 adults in the US. Thankfully, adopting some simple, everyday habits can make a big difference to how healthy your heart is.
Could These Strange Signs Be Warning You of Heart Trouble?
Many a time, the first symptom is sudden death or a heart attack. One of the best ways to keep tabs on your heart health is to frequently check your blood's cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
This New Artificial Neuron Will Help Fight Heart Failure
Neurodegenerative diseases and heart disease have long been a major cause of concern for countless patients and their families across the globe.
Scientists Claim: We Can Turn the Clock on Old Hearts
According to a new study, stem cells taken from young hearts can be used to reverse the aging process, causing old hearts to act and perform like younger ones.
This Non-Invasive Heart Surgery Could Save Thousands
It goes something like this: go to the hospital, have heart surgery, head home a few hours later and go back to work the next day. This speedy recovery is possible due to a minimally invasive heart surgery technique, which Dr.
People Have Different Kinds of Hearts. What's Yours Like?
Hearts are more than just organs that pump blood into our veins. They are also a metaphor used for thousands of years to describe the kind of people we are. Do we have a kind heart? A compassionate heart? Or do we have a hard heart made of stone? Has our heart been damaged?
Do You Have a Healthy Heart Rate? It's Time to Find Out...
A rapid heart rate, known by professionals as tachycardia, takes place when an adult's heart begins to beat at more than a hundred beats per minute. It can be a frightening affair since you may find it hard to breathe and your chest could feel like something is fluttering within it.
Test: Do You Favor Your Head or Your Heart?
Often in life we come across dilemmas that pit our brains against our hearts. For some of us these crises are solved quickly, for others there is a prolonged agonizing process. Do you know what your brain-heart balance is?
What Really Causes an Enlarged Heart? Find Out Here!
If the heart muscle is failing and not working well, it’s the result of other problems in the heart causing it to become weak.” [related_articles] While some people are born with genetic diseases that trigger this condition, it’s rare, says Dr. Balaram.
Quiz: How Heart-Smart Are You? It's Time to Find Out!
How well are you treating your heart? Do you think that you make heart-smart choices every time that you open the fridge or sit down at a restaurant table? In the quiz below, you'll be tasked with choosing the most heart-healthy option for each group of ingredients or meals.