Eating Peanuts With Your Meal Can Help Prevent Heart Attack and Stroke

A new study has found that when peanuts are eaten with a meal, post-meal spikes in blood fat decrease by one-third.

Eating More Berries May Ward Off a Common Heart Concern

A new study finds anthocyanins, the brightly colored antioxidant pigments in berries, can help prevent the inflammatory response that causes atherosclerosis.

Yikes! Who Knew This Could Cause Heart Failure, Too?

Long term exposure to air pollution may be linked to heart attacks and strokes by speeding up atherosclerosis.

Testosterone Replacement Treatments Increase Risk for Blood Clots

No man wants to lose his energy, stamina, strength and sex drive as he ages. But while getting your “mojo” back may sound like manna from heaven, testosterone replacement drugs have some very definite downsides.

Can This Supplement Help Reduce Heart Inflammation?

Are you one of the millions of Americans who has heart damaging Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)? You’ve read about the important lifestyle changes like picking olive oil over butter and researched medication options to help minimize your risk, but a new study shows you may be able to reduce your risk even more with...

Drinking Coffee May Ward Off Colon Cancer

A new study finds regular consumption of coffee may dramatically benefit patients with bowel cancer. It helps prevent the cancer from recurring after treatment, as well as boosts the likelihood of a cure.

Study Finds More Benefits of Dark Chocolate — So is it True a “Chocolate Pill” is in the Works?

Dark chocolate can make arteries more flexible as well as hinder white blood cells from adhering to the walls of blood vessels.

Pomegranates – Your Heart’s New Best Friend

A new study finds that a supplement made of pomegranate extract can help keep blood vessels healthy and may help prevent heart attacks and strokes.

Green Tea Lowered Stroke Risk by Nearly 30%

Reduce your risk of having a deadly stroke -- researchers found that drinking green tea each day lowered the risk for hemorrhagic stroke by 32 percent.

Vitamin D Lowers Heart Attack Risk Among Diabetics

New research suggests people with diabetes often develop clogged arteries that cause heart disease and that low vitamin D levels are to blame.