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One egg a day doesn’t harm your heart health, study finds

Scientists from McMaster University found that eating an egg every day is not linked to heart disease or death risk. An egg is rich in...

Calcium supplements may harm your heart health

Scientists from Johns Hopkins Medicine and elsewhere found that a calcium-rich diet could be beneficial for the heart, but calcium supplements seem to increase...

How drinking milk affects risks of heart disease and cancer

Scientists from Sun Yat-sen University found that milk drinking is linked to changes in heart disease and cancer death risk in older people. Milk is...

Blackcurrants could improve artery functions, blood pressure in older people

Scientists from Nippon Sport Science University found that blackcurrant extracts could help improve artery functions and blood pressure in older people. Black currants are little berries that...

How red and processed meat affect heart disease risk

Red meat is commonly red when raw and has a dark color after it is cooked, in contrast to white meat, which is pale...

Any type of coffee may help reduce heart disease and death risks

In a study from the Baker Heart and Diabetes Research Institute, scientists found drinking two to three cups of coffee a day is linked...

Strong links between vitamin D and heart disease, stroke, and death

In a recent study, scientists found strong links between vitamin D levels in the body and risks of heart disease, stroke, and death. The research...

Coffee drinking could help reduce death risk by decreasing heart rate

Scientists from Kurume University found that drinking more coffee may reduce the death risk caused by increased heart rate. Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of...

Scientists find best time to take vitamins during the day to prevent heart disease

Scientists from Harbin Medical University found the optimal time to take vitamin supplements during the day. Eating time is relevant for our health. For example,...

Meal and snack patterns could affect risks of cancer, heart disease, death

Scientists from Harbin Medical University found that people’s meal and snack patterns could affect their risks of cancer, heart disease, and death. The research is...