Five diet rules for a healthy heart

Five diet rules for a healthy heart

By Lainey Younkin, M.S., R.D. Heart disease may be the leading cause of death for Americans, but here’s a heartening…

Heart risk similar for all NSAIDs other than aspirin

Heart risk similar for all NSAIDs other than aspirin

The Medicine Cabinet: Ask the Harvard Experts By Howard LeWine, M.D. Q: I take ibuprofen almost every day for arthritis…

The Happy Heart: Being Optimistic Can Help Your Heart Health

The Happy Heart: Being Optimistic Can Help Your Heart Health

By Megy Karydes “It’s well recorded that depression, anxiety and stress associated with poor health,” says Rosalba Hernandez, PhD, MSc,…

Cardiac assessment may show if heart issues need to be addressed

Cardiac assessment may show if heart issues need to be addressed

Mayo Clinic Q&A DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I am a 49-year-old man with a strong family history of coronary artery disease.…

Sugar isn’t sweet for your heart

Sugar isn’t sweet for your heart

Environmental Nutrition:  By Judy Thalheimer, R.D., L.D.N., Environmental Nutrition Newsletter People who consume more added sugars have a higher risk…

The many ways volunteering is good for your heart

The many ways volunteering is good for your heart

By Julie Corliss Harvard Health Blog If you do volunteer work, whether it’s at a school, soup kitchen or senior…

Heart-safer NSAID alternatives

Heart-safer NSAID alternatives

Harvard Health Letters In July 2015, the FDA repeated a previous warning about the heart hazards of common pain relievers…

Evidence is brewing for tea’s heart benefits

Evidence is brewing for tea’s heart benefits

Harvard Health Letters Black or green, hot or iced, tea is gaining in popularity. Many cities and shopping malls feature…

Feeding Your Heart

Feeding Your Heart

Changing gears on cholesterol guidelines By Victoria Shanta Retelny, RD, LDN Cardiovascular disease still tops the charts among chronic diseases in…