Women With Migraines May Have Higher Risk of Heart Disease, Stroke

Women who suffer from migraine headaches may have a slightly increased risk of heart disease or stroke, a new study suggests.

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Night Shift Work May Be Tough on Your Heart

Women who work rotating night shifts may face a slightly increased risk of heart disease, a new study suggests.

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Heart Trouble? Study Suggests Choosing ‘Good’ Food Might Be Better Than Avoiding ‘Bad’

Emphasizing healthy foods in your diet, not just banishing “bad” foods, may be the key to avoiding heart attack and stroke.

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Here’s How Loneliness Might Kill You—Literally

Lonely and isolated people may face a higher risk of heart disease and stroke, researchers report.

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Butter No Worse for You Than Vegetable Oil, Says Controversial New Study

New research found that while people who were briefly forced to change their diets using corn oil in place of saturated fats did lower their cholesterol, their risk of dying prematurely actually increased.

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Taking Aspirin Daily Can Help Prevent Heart Disease and Colon Cancer, Panel Says

People in their 50s who are at increased risk of heart disease should take a low-dose aspirin each day to reduce their risk of both heart disease and colon cancer.

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Eating Fresh Fruit Daily Could Protect Your Heart

Adults who ate fresh fruit, such as apples and oranges, every day had about a one-third reduced risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke.

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Losing a Loved One May Literally Break Your Heart

People are more likely to develop an irregular heartbeat following the death of their spouse or life partner, particularly if they’re younger or the loved one died unexpectedly.

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Treating Depression May Also Reduce Risk of Heart Disease

Effective treatment of depression seems to reduce a person’s risk of heart disease, according to a new study.

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The Surprising Way Endometriosis May Affect Heart Health

Women who have endometriosis may face a 60 percent higher risk of developing heart disease than women without the disorder.

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