Keep that fruit bowl handy for optimum heart health. Scientists have found a large-scale study that concludes that, as well as providing a vitamin C boost, citrus fruits may also help protect the body from a stroke in later life.
People who drink diet soft drinks every day could face an increased risk of stroke or heart attack, according to new research. The study also reveals that non-diet soft drink or moderate diet drink intake do not appear to be pose the same risk.
A diet rich in antioxidants can help protect you from a stroke, regardless of whether or not you or your family have a history of heart disease. A study on Swedish women found that such a diet led to less heart health incidence over 11 years.
We all feel a little down from time-to-time - but clinical depression can have far-reaching health consequences. Women with depression risk hypertension, diabetes and elevated cholesterol, all of which adds up to an increased risk of stroke.
A new study has claimed that drinking coffee may lead to a reduced risk of stroke in women. The research found that women drinking more than a cup of coffee a day had a 22 percent to 25 percent lower risk of stroke, compared with those who drank less than a cup a day.
A new study has found that women who suffer from hot flashes when they begin menopause are at lower risk for cardiovascular events. The results of study are significant as there has been concern that menopausal symptoms may put women at risk for other types of vascular problems as well.
The trend for late nights and early mornings is a ticking time bomb for our health, with lack of sleep linked to heart disease, strokes and heart attacks. A team at the University of Warwick followed up more than 470,000 case studies.
Women whose mothers suffered a stroke could be at risk of heart attack as well as stroke, according to new research on family history and heart disease.
Over seven million Brits are extremely stressed, risking high blood pressure, strokes and depression, new research has revealed.