Good eating habits accompanied by regular physical activities are ways of regulating and reducing high levels of cholesterol in your system.
Researchers discovered eating foods rich in vitamin E such as in almonds, peanuts, pine nuts and beta carotene in dried apricots lowered the risk of cancer as well as heart disease in middle aged or older people.
Annually up to 200,000 people die of heart disease and stroke in the UK alone but if everyone over the age of 50 would take the polypill that number could be more than halved, according to scientists.
People who slept for fewer than six hours were most likely to experience stroke symptoms such as numbness or weakness down one side of their body, dizziness, loss of vision or a sudden inability to express themselves verbally or in writing.
Getting enough sunshine and consuming vitamin D enriched foods could reduce stroke risk, according to a study.
Rutin is an antioxidant, that may protect your body from inflammation, blood circulation problems and cell damage caused by free radicals.
There is a correlation between physical activity, depression and metabolic syndrome.
Asbestos workers are at risk of heart attack, stroke and serious lung diseases, such as mesothelioma and asbestosis, as a direct result of their exposure to asbestos fibers.
Simple tests of physical ability like walking and gripping may give clues as to who at middle aged people are most likely to develop Alzheimer’s and suffer a stroke, later in life.
Among the favorite salty foods that Americans indulge in are cheeseburgers, pizza, bread, deli meat and potato chips, according to US health officials.