Study Claims Vitamin and Mineral Supplements Don’t Lower the Risk of Stroke or Heart Attack

A new study conducted by the St. Michael’s Hospital proves that vitamin and mineral supplements have no health benefit. They don’t prevent cardiovascular disease, heart attack, stroke or early death. The study... Read more »

Gut Bacteria Is Vital: Lower The Risks of Heart Attacks Eating Probiotic Foods

  The human gut contains important microbiome that can determine the risk of atherosclerosis. According to a new research, atherosclerosis is a major cause of heart attacks. It’s the condition that narrows... Read more »

Five Glasses of Alcohol Per Week Will Shorten Our Lives

A new research conducted by the University of Cambridge, partly funded by the British Heart Foundation reveals that regular drinking of alcohol could shorten our life. Alcohol drinking is linked to strokes,... Read more »

Study Shows Nut Proteins Are Beneficial, But Meat Protein Harms the Heart

The risk of heart disease is increased by eating meat protein, but the proteins we get from seeds and nuts are beneficial to our hearts, said a study conducted by Californian and... Read more »

Cardiac Defects in Babies Tied To Post-Pregnancy Cardiovascular Disease in Their Mothers

Mothers that gave birth to babies with congenital heart defects could have a risk of heart problems later in life. They could have a heart attack or heart failure, warns a recent... Read more »