A new study finds anthocyanins, the brightly colored antioxidant pigments in berries, can help prevent the inflammatory response that causes atherosclerosis.
Long term exposure to air pollution may be linked to heart attacks and strokes by speeding up atherosclerosis.
Millions of Americans take a daily dose of aspirin to thin the blood in hopes of reducing their risk of a heart attack or stroke. Is it possible that tomato extract could produce a similar benefit?
Blue-veined cheeses have been found to reduce atherogenic inflammation in preliminary studies.
Dark chocolate can make arteries more flexible as well as hinder white blood cells from adhering to the walls of blood vessels.
New research suggests that eating whole walnuts or their extracted oil can reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease.
Scientists have created a list of seven healthy practices that can dramatically lower the risk of developing cancer or heart disease.
A great debate on the horizon: What is the best predictor of heart problems — LDL cholesterol or C-reactive protein levels?
For people with type 2 diabetes, it turns out that alpha lipoid acid is good for more than just diabetes-damaged nerves.
Vitamin K works to prevent the deposition of calcium within arterial walls and ushers the mineral toward the normal construction of bone throughout the body.