People who want a healthy heart should be mindful of not only what they eat, but when they eat, according to a new scientific statement from the American Heart Association (AHA). The report is a response to the growing evidence that timing matters when it comes to heart disease risk, said Marie-Pierre St-Onge, the lead
The Christmas’ jingle bell sounds are rolling and between now and the new year, tables are going to be prepared with all the goodies that, besides satisfying a sweet tooth and enhancing the pleasure of eating, can add an extra inch to your waistline. Weight watchers including persons managing conditions like diabetes, high cholesterol levels,
A team of researchers for the first time, recommends that most people do not need to fast before having their cholesterol levels tested. Fasting is a problem for many patients, they explain, and note the latest research shows that cholesterol and triglyceride levels are similar whether people fast or not. The findings was first published online,
The strength of your hands may hold clues to the health of your heart. A study in the December 2015 American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that people with stronger handgrips had more favorable findings on measures of their cardiovascular health than those with weaker grips. The study included more than 4,200 adults ages 20
Recent studies in health care shows that more people cutting back on health care expenses because of worldwide recession. Experts suggest that everybody should see doctor regularly regardless of age, sex and health. Even if you are enjoying good health, visit your doctor once or twice a year for a thorough check-up and medical advice.