About 39 million people suffer from seasonal allergic rhinitis, commonly known as hay fever, and there’s little escaping the villain: airborne pollen.
Here’s what the American Stroke Association on consumer education has to say about stroke.
Sleep is a must to function effectively in today’s sleep-deprived world.
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is common but often untreated.
If you’ve been prescribed blood pressure medicine to reduce high blood pressure, stick to your regime. A recent study shows that long-term control of blood pressure helps the heart heal itself.
Drinking more than one cup of coffee a day can at least temporarily elevate blood pressure. But four or five cups can cause your body to acts like it’s continually under stress.
Depressed bypass surgery patients die more often than others. Researchers aren’t sure why, but they are urging that doctors and nurses look for the signs.
Researchers have found that heart attack patients often wait for more than two hours – often as long as 24 hours – before going to the hospital for help, and cardiologists say the delay can be deadly.
Coronary heart disease is the No. 1 killer of both men and women, but many of these deaths could be prevented by simple changes in lifestyle.
Gene that regulates one function of the heart can lead to congestive heart failure.