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Despite decades of medical research and public campaigns to ease the problem, heart disease is the number one killer in the United States. One of…

We’re hearing more stories about people of all ages being diagnosed with an array of conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure and even having heart attacks and strokes.  In the past, we’ve associated these conditions and diseases with older people however times have changed.

Research shows that there is an increased risk of dying from cardiovascular disease among men with erectile dysfunction and low testosterone levels.

Putting in <strong>extra hours</strong> on the job may be good for your bank account but bad for your heart according to a new study.

People working 10 or 11 hours a day are more likely to suffer serious heart problems, including heart attacks, than those clocking off after seven hours, researchers said on Tuesday.

Doctor's have given chocolate lovers a reason to celebrate with their findings in a recent heart-health study.

VIA: WEBMD.COM. PHOTO VIA: TOPNEWS.NI   Diet, sleep, fitness, and more — how to strengthen and protect your heart right now   How do you get a healthier heart, right now? The answer sounds too good to be true: “By simply leading a healthier life,” according to Nieca Goldberg, MD, medical director of New York […]