cardiovascular disease

Depression may impact mortality but research shows that exercise proves a useful antidote.
Eggs are not linked to cardiovascular risk, despite conflicting advice.
The impact of screen time on cardiovascular disease, cancer incidence and mortality may be greatest in people who have lower levels of grip-strength, fitness, and physical activity.
Timing meals later at night can cause weight gain and impair fat metabolism.
High-intensity protocols may be all the rage, but they're no substitute for the benefits of plain old cardio.
A lot of cases of fatty liver disease are caused by alcohol intake, but non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is an increasing concern.
Eating fewer carbohydrates and more fat has a wide range of long-term health benefits.
This study found that it's impossible to drop your LDL cholesterol too low.
The eternal battle between good and bad fats.
The more you take steps to prevent cardiovascular health problems now, the lower your risk later in life.
Stick to your fitness routine, even when work gets stressful -- it might save your life.
When it comes to aerobic exercise, believing isn't enough. You have to do the work.
Read about how Mature Athlete Bill Vick's training and diet choices are making differences the medical community can't explain.
While it's true that you can't out-exercise a bad diet, that doesn't mean exercise doesn't help. A new study explored the effects of high-intensity exercise on your lipid profile.
Rather than blame all meat for heart disease, scientists compared unprocessed and processed meat and found some horrifying results in regards to your deli meat.
At the age of 74, Bill was diagnosed with a deadly disease, but he still runs, swims, lifts, and enters races. He credits being active and eating paleo for being able to stop his prescription drugs.