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'American Heart Association' - 14 New Result(s)
  • American Heart Association Releases Updated Dietary Guideline For Heart Health
    American Heart Association Releases Updated Dietary Guideline For Heart Health

    "Healthy diet and lifestyle are the keys to preventing and managing cardiovascular disease," states American Heart Association.

  • Whole Grain Food Not Always Healthy
    Whole Grain Food Not Always Healthy

    Whole grain foods may not always be healthy because the current norms for labelling them as such are inconsistent and possibly misleading, says a new Harvard study.One of the most widely used industry criteria, the ...

  • Moderate Workout Can Lower Heart Disease Risk in Women
    Moderate Workout Can Lower Heart Disease Risk in Women

    Spending two and a half hours a week doing light physical activity, like brisk walking, can lower the risk of coronary heart disease by 25 per cent in women under age 50, according to new ...

  • 8 Most Essential Nutrients For A Healthy Heart
    8 Most Essential Nutrients For A Healthy Heart

    Eating the right food is one of the seven steps recommended by the American Heart Association for a healthy heart.

  • The Simple Seven Checklist for a Healthy Heart
    The Simple Seven Checklist for a Healthy Heart

    Even though there is awareness about the importance of a healthy lifestyle, many people do not act on those messages.The American Heart Association presented seven basic measures that people can use to rate their heart ...

  • Dietary Assessment Should Be Included In Routine Health Check-ups - Health Experts Recommend
    Dietary Assessment Should Be Included In Routine Health Check-ups - Health Experts Recommend

    This statement, issued by the American Heart Association and was published in the association's journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes.

  • Staying Fit During Midlife Lowers Risk of Stroke in Later Years
    Staying Fit During Midlife Lowers Risk of Stroke in Later Years

    People who exercise and stay fit during their midlife (45-50 years) are less likely to suffer from a stroke after the age of 65. American Heart Association recommends 150 minutes ofmoderate exercise or 75 minutes ...

  • Grandpa, Put That Glass Down: Moderate Drinking May Cause Heart Damage in the Elderly
    Grandpa, Put That Glass Down: Moderate Drinking May Cause Heart Damage in the Elderly

    A new research which appeared in the American Heart Association's journal Circulation - Cardiovascular Imaging says having two or more drinks daily may damage the heart of elderly people.

  • Sugary Drinks May Increase Heart Risks In Women By 20 Percent: Study
    Sugary Drinks May Increase Heart Risks In Women By 20 Percent: Study

    As per the American Heart Association's recommendation, most of the women should limit their added sugar intake within 100 calories a day, which is equal to 6 teaspoons of sugar.

  • Big Soda Sponsored 96 Health Groups - A Big Conflict of Interest, Study Says
    Big Soda Sponsored 96 Health Groups - A Big Conflict of Interest, Study Says

    Nearly 100 national health and medical groups - including the American Heart Association, the American Diabetes Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - enjoy sponsorship's by Coca-Cola Co. or Pepsi-Co, according to ...

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