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Gum disease increases the risk of heart attack, cardiovascular disease

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Feb 23, 2021 … CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — In a romantic sense, it’s often hard for the mouth to verbalize how the heart is feeling. When it comes to matters of pure physical health, however, a new study suggests the heart and mouth are better connected. Researchers from Forsyth Institute and Harvard University report people dealing with periodontitis are at…

Study: Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplements May Lower Risk Of Heart Attack, Cardiovascular Disease

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Oct 02, 2019 … BOSTON — Omega-3 fish oil, derived from the tissues of especially oily fish, has been linked to a number of different health benefits, including improved cardiovascular health. Consequently, fish oil dietary supplements have become a popular method of ingestion for people looking to enjoy these benefits without actually eating fish multiple times per day. With…

Men With Gray Hair At Higher Risk Of Heart Disease, Study Finds

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Apr 27, 2017 … CAIRO —  Though celebrities like Richard Gere and George Clooney wear it well, there are plenty of men who are terrified by the sight of their hair turning salty. Now a new study finds there’s more reason to worry: men who have gray hair are more likely to suffer from heart disease than those who don’t. The study,…

Study: Eat Yogurt Twice A Week To Cut Risk Of Heart Attack, Cardiovascular Disease

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Mar 06, 2018 … BOSTON — New research shows eating yogurt regularly is linked to a lower cardiovascular disease risk, especially in people with high blood pressure. High blood pressure itself is a strong factor that can lead to cardiovascular disease, which has been shown in the past to be lessened with increased dairy in the diet. Researchers from…

Study: Dog Owners Have Healthier Hearts, Lower Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

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Aug 23, 2019 … BRNO, Czech Republic — There are plenty of reasons to own a dog; companionship and exercise are just a few benefits that immediately come to mind. Now, a new study conducted in the Czech Republic has found that owning a pet, specifically a dog, can help people maintain a healthy heart and reduce one’s risk…

Study Reveals How Poor Sleep Raises Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

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Jun 17, 2020 … BERKELEY, Calif. — Can’t get a good night’s sleep? For many years, researchers have known that there is an association between interrupted sleep and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. The mechanism that causes this increased risk has eluded scientists — until now. Researchers from the University of California at Berkeley say that interrupted sleep…

Eating A Cup Of Blueberries Every Day Helps Ward Off Cardiovascular Disease, Study Finds

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Jun 01, 2019 … NORWICH, England — Sorry apple, the blueberry may have just leapfrogged you. A new study finds that eating a cup of blueberries a day may keep cardiovascular disease away. Researchers from the University of East Anglia found that consuming 150g of blueberries daily not only slashes cardiovascular disease risk by up to 15%, but the…

Men Who Can Do More Than 40 Push-Ups Far Less Likely To Develop Heart Disease

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Sep 12, 2020 … BOSTON — Here’s one way to predict your heart health: get down and give me 41. A recent study finds that men who can perform at least 40 push-ups in one attempt are much less likely to suffer from heart disease within the next 10 years. Researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public…

Put A Ring On It: Married People Less Likely To Suffer From Heart Disease, Stroke

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Mar 31, 2019 … LONDON — The grass may be greenest on the hitched side, after all. Recent research finds that being married may help prevent heart disease and stroke, as well as the associated risk of death. Studies have shown that 80 percent of cardiovascular disease cases are attributed to several widely-accepted risk factors: age, gender, high blood…

Mothers’ lifestyle determines when children will develop heart disease, study shows

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Nov 06, 2020 … Author: “Our study suggests that mothers are the primary gatekeepers of their children’s health.” SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France — Parents impart many things to their children. A study by the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) says this doesn’t just apply to what parents teach their kids, but also to the health they pass on to them as…

Study: People Born In Spring & Summer At Greater Risk Of Dying From Heart Disease

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Dec 20, 2019 … BOSTON, Mass. — If you’re a believer in astrology, you’re at least partial to the idea that the date of your birth may be influencing your actions, disposition, and decisions. Now, a startling new study conducted at Harvard finds that those born in warmer months may be at a greater risk of dying due to…

Sunny Side Up: Eggs Won’t Increase Risk For Heart Disease After All

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May 12, 2018 … SYDNEY — Eggs have long been a source of debate when it comes to health risks because of the amount of cholesterol they contain. Despite previous studies suggesting the opposite, new research now claims eggs do not appear to be linked to heart disease after all. The recent study by researchers at the University of Sydney…

Study: Giving Birth Raises Woman’s Risk Of Heart Disease, Stroke

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Nov 11, 2019 … WUHAN, China — When one stops to consider the potential dangers of child birth for the mother, the actual event is usually what comes to mind. However, a recent study concludes that giving birth is also associated with a 14% higher risk of suffering a stroke or developing heart disease later on in life compared to…

Sudden Drops In Personal Income Double Risk Of Heart Disease, Study Says

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May 02, 2019 … DALLAS — Sudden drops in income during young adulthood may significantly raise one’s risk of heart disease and/or an early death from any cause, a new study finds. Researchers say that individuals dealt two or more significant drops in personal income, or those who experience the largest fluctuations in pay, are nearly twice as likely…

Bath Benefits: Hopping In The Tub Regularly Linked To Lower Risk Of Death From Heart Disease

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Mar 25, 2020 … OSAKA, Japan — Dust off the rubber duckies. A new study finds that taking a nice hot bath on a daily basis can reduce one’s risk of dying from cardiovascular-related issues (heart attack, stroke). While taking a bath once or twice a week is beneficial, researchers found that daily bath takers were in even better shape.…

Study: Gluten-Free Diets Not Suggested For People Who Don’t Have Celiac Disease

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Feb 13, 2018 … LONDON — Going gluten-free is imperative for the small segment of Americans who suffer from Celiac disease, yet exponentially more choose to follow gluten-free diets. A new study, however, finds that eliminating gluten from your diet is not recommended if you’re not a celiac sufferer. Researchers from Columbia University, Harvard Medical School, and the Harvard…

Love Matters: Unmarried Heart Patients Have Higher Risk Of Death, Study Finds

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Jan 12, 2018 … ATLANTA — Is it better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all? Science may help shed some light on the answer, at least when it comes to heart health: A new study finds that people with heart disease have a higher risk of death if they’re not married. Scientists have long known that divorced individuals face an increased…

Air Pollution Can Lead To Kidney Disease, New Study Finds

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Sep 23, 2017 … ST. LOUIS — It’s long been warned that air pollution presents serious health hazards to humans, including an increased risk of asthma, lung cancer, heart disease, stroke, and other cardiovascular and respiratory ailments. Now a new study finds that the dirtier the air, the greater the risk of suffering from kidney disease, too. Researchers from…

Salad, Please: Avoiding Protein Key To Preventing Heart Disease, Study Suggests

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Apr 15, 2020 … UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Staying away from meat, nuts, dairy, and soy may not be super fun from a taste perspective, but a new study by researchers at Pennsylvania State University finds avoiding protein may be the key to avoiding heart disease. Protein-rich foods contain sulfur amino acids. The research team discovered that diets low in…

Multivitamins Don’t Reduce Heart Disease Risk, Even In People Who Have Poor Diets, Study Finds

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Apr 06, 2017 … BOSTON — To multivitamin or not to multivitamin — that continues to be the question. Three years after a doctors used a trio of studies to emphatically declare that people who take a multivitamin daily were wasting their money, a new study adds to their argument by finding no link to heart disease risk — even…

Calm mind, healthy heart: Meditation associated with slew of cardiovascular benefits

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Jul 16, 2020 … New research suggests that practicing meditation may help keep cholesterol and blood pressure down, while lowering the risk for diabetes, stroke, and coronary artery disease. HOUSTON — Some people take to meditation like a fish to water, while others struggle to understand what all the hype is about. One new study offers those considering the practice…