Nov 20, 2014 PM EST
Evidence of heart muscle damage seen even among symptom-free people
Nov 12, 2014 PM EST
Most people, including doctors and nurses, can't identify obesity, according to a new study.
Nov 10, 2014 PM EST
Moderate alcohol consumption doesn't benefit everyone's heart, according to a new study.
Nov 10, 2014 PM EST
Studies raise questions about traditional management of heart attack patients after discharge from hospital, reports The American Journal of Medicine
Oct 30, 2014 PM EDT
The heart holds its own pool of immune cells capable of helping it heal after injury, according to new research in mice at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Oct 29, 2014 PM EDT
Living in rural areas will not increase the risk of early death in heart patients, according to a new study.
Oct 24, 2014 PM EDT
Down syndrome is the most common chromosomal abnormality in humans, involving a third copy of all or part of chromosome 21. In addition to intellectual disability, individuals with Down syndrome have a high risk of congenital heart defects. However, ..
Oct 22, 2014 PM EDT
Frying is one of the world's most popular ways to prepare food — think fried chicken and french fries. Even candy bars and whole turkeys have joined the list. But before dunking your favorite food in a vat of just any old oil, consider using olive...
Oct 17, 2014 AM EDT
Male and female brains are not equal when it comes to the biological response to a high-fat diet. Cedars-Sinai Diabetes and Obesity Research Institute scientist Deborah Clegg, PhD, and a team of international investigators found that the brains of ma..
Oct 13, 2014 PM EDT
Study looks at mental and physical stress on patients with stable heart disease
Oct 08, 2014 PM EDT
New selections, on average 12 percent lower in calories, could impact obesity epidemic
Sep 23, 2014 PM EDT
Obese teenage boys could be paid 18 percent less once they enter job market
Sep 17, 2014 PM EDT
The average American potbelly is getting bigger, according to a new study.
Sep 12, 2014 PM EDT
Adults who consume a high-protein diet may be at a lower risk for developing high blood pressure (HBP). The study, published in the American Journal of Hypertension, by researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), found participants ..