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Though countless studies are currently being conducted worldwide to try and find ways to stave off issues like Alzheimer’s disease, a new trial finds consuming a Mediterranean diet might be a great starting point.
High blood pressure is a common problem in America. Approximately 67 million, or one in three, American adults are plagued with the condition that has ties to heart disease and stroke, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Getting a daily dose of time outside, enjoying the sunshine and fresh air, might be just what the doctor ordered.
Despite the high death rate, new information from the American Heart Association shows many stroke patients aren’t using the best method of transportation to get to the hospital following symptoms.
Strokes are a sudden and common medical condition, many times resulting in major side effects such as speech issues or physical disabilities.
Cognitive decline is a natural part of getting older, but finding ways to stave off more serious neurodegenerative diseases like dementia and Alzheimer’s continues to be a major goal within the medical community.
A new dementia study finds the majority (70 percent) of Whales residents with the disease suffer from depression, or inactivity because of it.
A new study has found seniors who exercise their brains and their bodies may be better protected from cognitive decline.
A recent study conducted by researchers at UCLA found that medications recommended to patients who have heart failure are highly cost-effective.
A recent report presented at the American Heart Association’s Epidemiology and Prevention/Nutrition, Physical Activity and Metabolism 2013 Scientific Sessions showed the dangers of consuming too much sodium.