Did you know that dental hygiene effects your heart health? Recent studies show natural lifestyle additions, like soaking nuts and grains and taking molecular hydrogen and more Omega 3 fatty acids can all contribute to your heart health.
Sometimes the worst threats are invisible and silent. That’s exactly the case with chronic low-level inflammation. When inflammation lingers unabated, a temporary state of emergency becomes a perpetual (and highly destructive) state of war.
New research shows having a positive outlook can have a major impact on how long you will live.
Think the Quadruple Bypass Burger is just a gag? At almost 10,000 calories, it’s no joking matter.
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A first-of-its-kind study shows exposure to a chemical found in many plastics may narrow your arteries, which can lead to a heart attack. Click ahead to find out how to limit your exposure and avoid the damaging effects of BPA.
Cocktails, cupcakes, salty potato chips, a big juicy cheeseburger. These things taste good as they pass through your lips, but what happens after they move on down the road?
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