New heart-risk model for women
Nap at work seems to benefit heart health, new study finds
Researchers call old pain reliever as risky as Vioxx
Secondhand smoke risks are upgraded
Women, fortify your hearts with happiness
Heart test misses disease in women
Clinton set to undergo heart bypass
Moving snow can hurt your heart, doctors say
Facing the facts about heart disease
Gene therapy for heart fuels new venture Human Genome, St. Elizabeth's form Vascular Genetics; Development is mission; Deal aims to tap huge potential market in coronary field
Donating blood may be good for men's hearts Getting rid of iron may cut risk of disease
Heart disease, deaths from cancer to soar Lethal habits spreading from the United States, world health agency says
PURSUING A FAT-FREE DIET IS A BAD IDEA
Juicy news ... be still my heart Essay: O, grape. Once again dietary science enhances our days of wine and cabbages with even more helpful advice for living.
The harm in too much iron Health: It's an essential mineral in small quantities, but too much may contribute to heart disease or cancer.
Reaching for Eternal Youth Health: Foes of aging see hormones as time in a bottle, but clinical proof has yet to come.
Fats get heavier blame in heart studies Triglycerides emerge as risk factor, but can vitamins be antidote?
Hormone therapy, alcohol may be risky mix for women Study shows estrogen rises sharply with few drinks
Heart disease connected to birthplace, social status Environment, not race, is main factor, study says
Survey checks health of residents Head of panel calls data 'very good'
Baltimore students get taste of medicine Scientists mentor teens in a hands-on program
Providing family with healthy diet will help son
Balancing a good diet with a varied diet
Change of heart on anger, stress Health: Researchers are once again looking at cardiac triggers, like grief, fear and hot tempers, as a possible cause of sudden deaths. That's no real surprise to non-doctors.
Guidelines put emphasis on veggies
Sugar shows up at surprising levels Who would guess: From peanut butter to spaghetti sauce, sugar sweetens all kinds of food and, increasingly, has an undue influence on American tastebuds.
Skip the beta-carotene pills
Healthier, lower-fat diet just a tablespoon away
Tea may fight off some diseases Health: Studies show ancient beverage may protect against some cancers, heart disease and tooth decay.
Reduce your weight to reduce your risks
Cholesterol reduction is beneficial
Apnea, heart woes linked Health: Nightly breath stoppages strain heart, small studies show. More research pending.
Reality check for RDA folks Health: Nearly all agree the recommended daily allowance figures are out of date, but those who keep them worry about politics, nutrient mega-dosing and how to pay for the update.
UM traces genetic key to heart attacks Mutation makes families prone to low levels of HDL, 'good cholesterol'
These latest fish stories can do your heart good
Questions remain about using DHEA
Hedging your bets on cancer
For diet-conscious men, here's a quiz on nutrition
Group wants label to say healthful, not harmful
Drinking It In
Too Much Money for AIDS Research?
Heart Association nags to save lives
Long left out of research, women decry health status
Hostility, fast-paced life may hurt heart
The Cutting Edge of Continuing Confusion
New heart disease test is cheap, painless
Cheap, painless tests signal heart disease, stroke, doctors say
Study fails to confirm heart benefits of fish
Six-year study fails to confirm that eating fish can prevent heart disease
Dual-hormone therapy cuts women's heart risk