Today’s Solutions: May 25, 2024

Study: Practicing mindfulness

Study: Practicing mindfulness can keep your heart healthy

Meditation has long been touted for its potential to improve individual well-being, including the reduction of stress, anxiety, and depression. But little research has explored how the practice can benefit our physical health. A recent study, however, brings new evidence to the table, showing that Read More...

Grip strength better than bloo

Grip strength better than blood pressure at predicting fatal heart disease

The human body in a never-ending source of discoveries. So is the exploration of human health. Consider this: grip strength is better than blood pressure at predicting fatal cardiovascular disease and stroke risk, according to a study of nearly 140,000 people in 14 countries published in the Read More...

High fiber improves heart atta

High fiber improves heart attack survival

Eating foods high in fiber—like fruit, legumes and grains—after surviving a heart attack can decrease your chances of dying over the years that follow. People who increased their fiber intake the most after suffering from a heart attack were 25% less likely to die from any cause up to nine Read More...

Lonely hearts are bad for your

Lonely hearts are bad for your health

Your spouse might be a pain in the neck, but they’re good for your heart. Researchers have confirmed in women what has already been established in men: married people and those with long-term partners are less likely to die of heart disease. The latest numbers, by researchers at Oxford Read More...

Sunshine is good for the heart

Sunshine is good for the heart

It is well known that high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease are more prevalent in colder climates, and that heart attacks and strokes are both more common and more severe in the winter months. Now, researchers have provided evidence of a reason why, by directly linking exposure to sunshine Read More...