When you’re picking pumpkins to decorate your porch this fall, don’t forget to harvest a few for your kitchen cuisine. Continue reading “Treat Yourself to Pumpkin Power”
Spring is ready to burst on the scene in all its Technicolor glory. For better health, you should duplicate this happy color scheme on your plate. Continue reading “Get Your Daily Dose of Color”
Blue is the new black for slimming effects. Blueberries, that is. Continue reading “Blueberries Blast Belly Fat… and More!”
Despite the important focus on breast cancer, heart disease is actually the leading killer of women in the United States. One problem is that heart attack symptoms in women aren’t always obvious or the same as in men. Less than 30 percent of women reported having chest pain or discomfort before their heart attacks, and 43 percent reported having no chest pain during any phase of the attack. Continue reading “Could You Have a Heart Attack and Not Know It?”
You’ve probably heard by now that dark chocolate is actually good for you thanks to a host of compounds it contains, including antioxidants. Add another yummy treat to the “good for you” list: berries. Continue reading “A Berry Good Way to Stay Healthy”
One in three Americans has at least one type of cardiovascular disease (CVD) an umbrella term for a range of diseases that affect the heart and blood vessels. Every 37 seconds, an American dies as a result of CVD.
This issue of Science & Health Today looks at the latest research into the most powerful of today’s heart-healthy nutrients. Take control of your future now — and avoid becoming another statistic. Continue reading “Tackling the #1 Killer Heart Disease”