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Is Excess Sugar to Blame for Heart Disease? 1

According to the research, which looked at health data for more than 31,000 Americans over two decades, study participants increased their sugar consumption on average from 235 calories a day to 318 calories a day during that time period..
Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease with This Diet!

Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease with This Diet! 1

People have long been singing the praises of the Mediterranean diet, which is rich in fish, olive oil, whole grains, vegetables, and nuts. The reason is simple: it may help you live longer

Research Reveals the Benefits of CoQ10 for Skin Health 2

Some cosmetics include CoQ10 as one of the active ingredients in lotions and creams for anti-aging effect, but research shows that CoQ10 is especially effective for skin health when taken as an oral supplement.

Four Surprising Side Effects of Stress

Four Surprising Side Effects of Stress 0

It’s no secret that stress can mess with your day—not to mention your well-being in general! But the sleepless nights are just the beginning. Consider these four surprising side effects of stress and what you can do about them.
Ten Ways to Keep Cholesterol in Check During the Holidays

Ten Ways to Keep Cholesterol in Check During the Holidays 1

Festive holiday get-togethers can sometimes bring an unwelcome gift – an abundance of opportunities to let your cholesterol go haywire. Here are 10 tips to get through the season’s parties, meals, and events while keeping your cholesterol in check.
Research Sparks Debate Over Benefits vs Side Effects of Statins

Research Sparks Debate Over Benefits vs Side Effects of Statins 3

In 2013, The British Medical Journal (BMJ) published papers by Harvard Medical School's John Abramson and UK cardiologist Aseem Malhotra claiming up to 20 percent of statin users get side effects.