When a heart attack strikes, it doesn’t always feel the same in women as it does in men. Women don't always get the same classic heart attack symptoms as men, such as crushing chest pain that radiates down one arm. Those heart attack symptoms can certainly happen to women, but many experience vague or even “silent” symptoms that they may miss.
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Between your busy work schedule, taking care of the kids, running errands, and, oh, the hundred other things you have to do in a day, it's easy to forget the amount of stress you're actually under. But your body is well aware. All that tension could start a chain reaction of health problems.
Alcohol May Reduce Men's Heart Risk - Study Shows Moderate Drinking Cuts Risk of Heart Disease in Men by 51%
Used to be, when you grabbed breakfast on the go, it was a diet disaster: nothing but fat-and-calorie bombs like butter-soaked croissants and jumbo muffins. Now, it’s much easier to do right by your body.
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Healthy adults who drink one to two glasses of alcohol per day have a smaller chance of developing one form of diabetes than those who abstain from alcohol, according to Dutch research published on Tuesday.
Regular alcohol consumption provided protection against rheumatoid arthritis and its painful effects, U.K. researchers found in the first study to show the link in humans.
Expand your stress management tool kit by mastering these four strategies for coping with stress: avoid, alter, accept and adapt.
Your diet is a bank account; spend your calories wisely on "good investment" foods.
When reading the headlines, it’s easy to get the impression that you have to revamp your entire diet or hit the gym every day to improve your health. Actually, even small changes in lifestyle can make you feel better and lower your risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and cancer. Here are some examples of small changes that can make a big difference.
When it comes to relieving stress, more giggles and guffaws are just what the doctor ordered. Here's why.
There's no single healthy diet. Many eating patterns sustain good health. What they have in common is lots of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, along with healthy sources of protein and fats. Here are Twelve Tips for Healthier Eating in 2012.
Women who drink wine are actually less likely to gain weight than those who are teetotal, according to a new report.