Spicy peppers can add a welcome kick to your favorite foods, but what if you bite off a little more than you can chew? It’s best to take it slow with spice.
When it comes down to it, a lot of people struggle to find motivation and time to hit the gym. We have a few tips to help you get there and keep up your exercise routine.
Do you take fish oil supplements in hopes of lowering your risk for heart disease? Widespread research into the benefits of these supplements shows a shaky link between fish oil and heart health.
Do you love red meat? You may not love what it does for your health, as new research suggests that red meat increases risk of dying from a variety of diseases.
We’ve studied the harms of secondhand cigarette smoke, but what about secondhand smoke from cannabis? Research suggests that cannabis smoke is harmful in many of the same ways cigarette smoke is and should be avoided.
It can be difficult to live with a phobia, especially of something common like spiders or needles. But did you know that facing your fears is the best way to reduce the impact of the phobia? Learn more here.
Omega-3 fatty acids are heralded as heart-healthy molecules, but are they really as beneficial for the heart as we think they are? Learn more about the benefits of omega-3s.
Check your smoke detectors today for a possible recall of Kidde brand smoke detectors that may fail to alert you to smoke or fire.
A couch potato lifestyle has a detrimental effect on your heart, but exercise can reverse some of those negative effects and improve your heart health.