Tuesday 16 Sep 2014

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Simple Science @Heart: Frequent fast-food eaters in Asia more likely to die of heart disease

A lot of hamburgers, pizza, fried chicken and other American-style fast foods dramatically increased the likelihood of death from heart disease among Southeast Asians. New research among Chinese-Singaporeans found that those who ate fast food twice a week were 56 …

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Busy lifestyle? Healthy tips and take-out alternative

When life gets busy, it's helpful to have "go to" ways to make sure heart health doesn't fall to the bottom of the to do list. A couple ways

Simple Science @Heart: Vitamin D-rich foods may lower stroke risk in Japanese-Americans

More milk, salmon, egg yolks and other foods rich in vitamin D could lower your chances of having a stroke. According to a recent study, Japanese-American men who consumed

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7 Hot Tips For a Healthy Summer

It's baaack! Summer, that is. Yes, it's the season for less clothes and more skin! But regardless if you plan on strutting around in a bikini or speedo

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Broke Girl’s Guide To Healthy Living

Hi! I’m Danielle, a 22-year-old young professional living in the green mountains of Vermont. After graduating college in May 2011 - moving half way across the country -

Simple Science @Heart: Hunter-gatherers in remote lands have heart-healthy lifestyles

In some remote locales, entire cultures of people eat only what they grow or kill. It turns out that these hunter-gathers generally have healthier hearts than people in

Welcome To Your New, Healthy Lifestyle!

Hello, everyone! My name is Melissa Villamizar, I am a certified Group Exercise Instructor and Personal Trainer currently residing in Dallas, TX. Having played soccer since the age