Dina Piersawl’s life changed during the 2003 holiday season. The former athlete, who ate healthy and worked as a personal trainer, was diagnosed with heart disease. She didn't see it coming.
Because February is American Heart Month, it's only right that we highlight ways to keep your heart healthy.
I don’t know about you but I know that when I volunteer to help others, it makes me feel good. I’m truly thankful that I’m blessed to be a blessing to others. And researchers have found that this feeling can be good for the heart by reducing the risk of high blood pressure in older […]
Ladies, we know how hard it is to get most men to go to the doctor, right? But there are some things we can do to help the men in our lives! Brothers take notes as well! New research suggests that a little weight training may go a long way toward helping improve the heart […]
Do you have any idea what keeps your hear ticking as it should? Check out some amazing and little known facts about your heart here.
Women who eat more white bread, white rice, pizza, and other carbohydrate-rich foods that cause blood sugar to spike are more than twice as likely to develop heart disease than women who eat less of those foods, a new study suggests.