Keep your heart healthy with our expert tips on how to avoid the foods bad for the heart, from canned soups to sweets.
A racing heart may seem like a troublesome problem, but in most cases, it's a normal response to something else going on in the body.
Each year, 57,000 Australians have a heart attack, and many of them are first told by doctors that the problem is something else. These are the symptoms you need to watch out for.
You're not alone if you don't know your blood type, but that knowledge can help you better understand your risk for certain medical conditions.
There are many things we can all do every day to keep our blood pressure in the normal range.
You’re never too young to start eating for your arteries - blockages can start early. Science shows that these foods could be your ticker’s best friend.
High blood pressure damages your blood vessels, heart and eyes while also increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke, dementia and kidney disease. The following tips will help to lower high [...]
Red wine may protect you from heart disease, but some people shouldn't drink it at all.
These surprising clues can point to clogged arteries and underlying heart disease.
If you’re older, you are at risk from the major problem of over-prescribing.
A new study reveals that liquid cholesterol can be lethal when it hardens to form sharp crystals.
Could you be at risk and not even know it?
What is a stroke? A stroke happens when a blood clot blocks the flow of blood to the brain, or a blood vessel in the brain bursts.