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| Mar 25, 2015
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Take steps toward a healthier lifestyle while raising funds to combat heart disease and stroke at this year's "Broward Heart Walk."
The event will take place April 12 at Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Activities will...
| Mar 20, 2015
| 2:25 PM
Author Bryant H. McGill asserts that: “It is better to have a meaningful life and make a difference than to merely have a long life.” But increasingly one can have both, courtesy of scientific advancement. Extending life and its quality are...
| Mar 19, 2015
| 8:30 PM
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Is it true that people with rheumatoid arthritis have a higher risk of heart disease? How are the two conditions related? Is there a way to lower the risk?
ANSWER: Studies have shown that if you have rheumatoid arthritis, your risk of...
| Mar 17, 2015
| 7:47 AM
Women between the ages of 30 and 55 tend to ignore early heart attack symptoms, which may be part of the reason more young women die from heart attacks than young men, according to new research by Yale School of Public Health.
Many women delay seeking...
| Mar 7, 2015
| 9:00 AM
With national headlines touting the message that low-fat diets are out and high-fat diets are in, people who once shunned butter are slathering it on toast, melting it in sautés and even plopping it into their coffee. And though the media has glorified...
| Mar 12, 2015
| 5:20 AM
For centuries, coffee has caused a stir over health impacts, good or bad, with many people resigned to accept it as a guilty pleasure.
But in a full turnabout since the 1980s, science now extols its virtues as a generally healthful drink and kick-start...
| Mar 9, 2015
| 5:16 PM
More than 500 women, many dressed in red from head to toe, converged on the Hotel Irvine for a recent Friday luncheon and health expo produced by the American Heart Assn.
The occasion was the annual Go Red For Women Luncheon, which combined the...
| Mar 2, 2015
| 10:00 PM
Nutritionists are continually spouting the benefits of foods like tomatoes, avocados and fish, but overdoing it on these healthy foods actually can be harmful.
"Even nutritious food can be too much of a good thing if you eat it in too large a quantity...