Look at some of the common signs of stroke.

This wellness Wednesday, we look at some of the common signs of stroke.

Heart, an online journal, says a new review of studies shows that salt substitutes could lower the risk of heart attack, stroke and death. Researchers are reporting that Black Americans have remained at higher risk for heart disease than whites for the past 20 years. About 30,000 people from Western Europe, the Western Pacific, the […]

Joe Jackson, father of the late musical legend Michael Jackson, was admitted to a hospital in Brazil over the weekend after suffering a stroke, USA Today reports. Jackson was…

According to the American Heart Association, more than 40 percent of blacks have high blood pressure (HBP).Though doctors aren’t 100% sure why this is, they…

According to the American Pregnancy Association, the amount of weight you should gain during pregnancy depends on your weight and BMI (body mass index) before…

What puts us more at risk for a heart attack than smoking or obesity? SNORING! Snoring is an early sign of life-threatening problems, according to a new study. The condition may cause a thickening of the arteries which can lead to strokes and heart attacks. Researchers are strongly advising snorers to seek medical advice. Around […]

Via UrbanHousecallMagazine.com: Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the Unites States and the number one cause of long-term major disability.  It is estimated that there are 795,000 incident strokes in the United States each year, resulting in one of every seventeen deaths due to stroke. Read more.

We’re hearing more stories about people of all ages being diagnosed with an array of conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure and even having heart attacks and strokes.  In the past, we’ve associated these conditions and diseases with older people however times have changed.

Putting in <strong>extra hours</strong> on the job may be good for your bank account but bad for your heart according to a new study.

Doctor's have given chocolate lovers a reason to celebrate with their findings in a recent heart-health study.

Heart attacks , strokes and cardiac arrest are affecting our population at a younger and younger age now a days; we must educate ourselves on the warning signs for these ailments in order to stop them before they start. Here are some of the warning signs that you should look out for.