high blood pressure
Spicy food is good for you. Earlier studies have associated chili pepper with a range of health benefits, and a new study provides evidence that it may even help extend your life.
This tasty salad combination in not only palate-pleasing, but may help lower blood pressure levels.
Studies show that drinking tart cherry juice two times a day can give you up to 90 more minutes of sleep at night.
Recent research reveals that consuming too much sugar can lead to a condition known as heart failure.
Polyphenols found in fresh brewed tea may lower the risk of premature death in aging adults.
New research suggests that cutting back too much on sodium may be hazardous to your health.
Eating probiotic foods can lower blood pressure and reduce heart attack and stroke risk.
Eating too much sugar not only leads to obesity, but also contributes to high blood pressure.
Research indicates that vitamin D supplementation could be effective in combating some cases of hypertension.
Foods including watermelon and extra virgin olive oil help to prevent high blood pressure.