A recent study suggests blood pressure patterns later in life may be linked to dementia risk. Which patient cohort is at an increased risk?
What's your caffeine IQ? Test your knowledge on the latest caffeine research from its effect on cardiovascular disease to liver cancer with this brief quiz.
A large Swedish cohort study suggests that when it come to risk of atrial fibrillation, there are differences in the way women and men respond to endurance training.
Heavy smokers who quit remain at significantly increased CVD risk for up to 10 years or more, according to new research. Results suggest that current risk estimators may need revision.
Caffeine moderation moderates cardiovascular risk, caffeine is not what is keeping you up at night, and 4 more recent studies on caffeine intake.
Red meat is known to be linked to various health risks, but what other dangers could beef intake pose? Brush up on recent research with these 5 questions.
Americans still don't meet guideline-recommended physical activity levels even while sedentary behavior increases, according to a new NHANES analysis.
Study: "Ideal" adherence to healhty habits (eg, weight control, no smoking, average A1c) may reduce risk of heart failure by >50% vs "inadequate" adherence.
US consumption of red meat remains twice the global average. New research highlights the consequences of that intake in terms of all-cause mortality.
Saturated fat and cholesterol from red meat have long been known to be bad for heart health, but recent research sheds light on a possible new culprit.