Tag: cardiovascular disease

Daily Aspirin Regimen: The Pros and Cons

Daily Aspirin Regimen: The Pros and Cons

Aspirin has been around for more than 100 years, and it continues to pique interest in the medical research community because there’s still more to learn about the full extent of its power. We know aspirin for iIs ability to relieve pain and support heart health. According to recent studies, a daily

How to Reduce Cholesterol Without Medication or Even Changing Your Diet

How to Reduce Cholesterol Without Medication or Even Changing Your Diet

Diet and exercise—if you’ve ever had a blood test showing your cholesterol is high and wondered how to reduce cholesterol without medication, your doctor has likely told you that you need to change your diet and increase your exercise. This combination is the standard, first-line therapy to lower cholesterol without

5 Healthy Habits of Healthy People

5 Healthy Habits of Healthy People

You have no debt. You’re highly organized. You eat healthy every single day. You exercise at least four times per week. You never binge on TV or social media. You sleep eight hours every night. Your life consists only of healthy habits, and you avoid any negative influences that could

4 Healthy Cheese Options to Feel Good About

4 Healthy Cheese Options to Feel Good About

Cheese is a snack that is enjoyed passionately across the globe, with a tradition of cheese making dating back thousands of years. To the surprise of many, there are healthy types of cheese that you can incorporate into any meal. Scientists have recently discovered properties found in cheese that can

The Power of Positive Thinking

The Power of Positive Thinking

There is no question that positive people are happier, more successful, and healthier than negative people. Several studies have established the role of positivity and optimism on health—essentially, the power of positive thinking. People who are optimistic have a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, even after taking into account other

Food Storage and Fatty Liver

Heavy drinking can cause the liver to accumulate fat, but a growing number of people who drink little or even no alcohol are developing nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). About one-third of Americans have NAFLD, and the prevalence is dramatically higher in people with obesity (up to 90 percent) and

10. Beverages with Benefits

Foods aren’t the only way to get important nutrients as you age—certain beverages also can contribute beneficial nutrients. You can think of these beverages as a form of “liquid plants,” since they are derived from plants and retain many of their sources’ healthy nutrients, especially the phytonutrients. The most convincing

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