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People who work in a mistrustful environment had higher risk factors for CVD.

Researchers studied the health of 400,000 Americans and found that bad bosses may actually be giving you heart disease

The study comes at a time when experts are paying close attention to workplace stress, especially burnout.
Could eating a morning meal decrease your chances of dying from heart disease?

A new study says skipping breakfast could increase your risk of dying early, but health experts aren’t convinced

The findings should be taken with a pinch of salt, experts say, stressing that it's a person's overall diet which is most important.
We should eat more whole grains, fruits, nuts, and seeds.

A bad diet could cause more deaths than smoking, according to a major new study

We should be eating more whole grains, fruits, nuts, seeds, and less salt.
Being able to do 40 push-ups could mean you're less likely to suffer from heart disease.

Men who can do 40 push-ups are less at risk of heart disease, according to a new study

Men who can do more than 40 push-ups found to have a 96% reduction in the incident of cardiovascular disease events compared with those who can't.

What air pollution does to your body and brain

Breathing bad air doesn't feel good, and it also does more than just make it harder to breathe. It can change the way children's brains develop and make older adults more likely to succumb to congnitive decline.

Not getting enough sleep seems to be even more deadly than we thought, new studies show

According to several new studies presented at a meeting of the European Study of Cardiology, getting too little — or too much — sleep is associated with significant increased risk for cardiovascular problems including hardened arteries, heart attacks, strokes, heart failure, and more.

The amazing ways intermittent fasting affects your body and brain

The benefits of intermittent fasting go beyond weight loss. These fasts may improve heart health, reduce cancer risk, and lower risk for other diseases.

A study of half a million people found more evidence that drinking coffee is associated with a longer life

A study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine reveals that people who drink more coffee have a lower risk for death even if they drink eight or more cups per day and even if their genetics make them slow to process caffeine.

There’s more and more evidence that sitting is dangerous — here’s how to counteract it

A sedentary lifestyle isn't just bad for the waistline and the heart, though it certainly can cause problems there. Sitting for too long is also associated with weakening of the brain in areas associated with memory, increased risk for cancer and diabetes, and an increased risk of an early death.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Google AI can predict heart attacks from eye scans — Lyft, Hitch Health partner for medical transport — Nokia exe...

Google and Verily are exploring new ways that artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to identify patients' risk of suffering from a cardiovascular event.