Eating walnuts daily reduces risk of heart disease
Walnuts may not just be a tasty snack, they may also promote good-for-your-gut bacteria. New research suggests that these “good” bacteria could be contributing to the heart-health benefits of walnuts.
Drinking green tea regularly lowers risk of stroke, heart disease by 25%
Recent study has found that drinking green tea three times a week could elongate people’s life and cut their risk of having a heart attack or stroke by 25 percent.
Breast cancer patients who exercise 150 minutes weekly halve their risk of dying
Exercising more after being diagnosed with breast cancer could lower your risk of dying, a study suggests.
‘Adverse childhood experiences raise risk of mental disorders, heart disease’
With the rising rate of abuses on children in Nigeria and the world at large, experts have raised concern on the severe long-term health problems of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on development into adulthood.
Erectile dysfunction associated with ‘59% higher risk of heart disease
Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) may be more at risk of heart disease, stroke or premature death, research suggests. Chinese scientists looked at 25 studies with a total of more than 154,000 men.
25 cardio-healthy foods and prevention of heart disease
Once again, let me refresh your memory with the list of the 10 classes of nutrients that support the health of the heart and its functions.
How personal income increase risk of heart disease, by research
Income levels, if they are unstable, can easily turn into a stressor. However, the volatility of personal income could be having a more serious effect on people’s heart health.
More natural ways to lower blood pressure
High blood pressure or rather hypertension is associated with stroke, heart disease, erectile dysfunction, kidney failure and sudden death. It is estimated that about 33 per cent of adult Nigerians are hypertensive. Several conventional medicines have shown promise in lowering and regulating blood pressure but they come at a huge cost. The patient may have…
Excess weight linked to higher risk of death from cancer, heart disease, others
People who are over or underweight may be at greater risk of death than previously expected, scientists say. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom (U.K.), researchers analysed data from around 3.6 million people to make the conclusion. They found having a high Body Mass Index (BMI) - over 25 - is linked…