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Vegetarians and vegans may have a higher risk of stroke than meat eaters, but carnivores have a higher risk of heart disease
The study followed nearly 50,000 people for 18 years. Meat eaters had a higher risk of heart disease, and pescatarians fared best overall.
A simple ‘polypill’ taken every day can cut the risk of heart attack in half, but some doctors are still hesitant to recommend it
New research shows the pill can benefit heart health, especially when taken regularly. Some health experts oppose the one-size-fits all solution.
There’s even more evidence that vitamin D supplements are probably a waste of your money, especially if you’re taking them to protect your...
The recent analysis of 21 studies found that people who were taking vitamin D supplements didn't have a decreased risk for heart disease or death.
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.
There's a lot we can do to prevent the debilitating and potentially deadly effects of a stroke. Here are some surefire tips.
Fitness influencer Rebecca Leigh had a stroke while doing a hollowback headstand yoga pose. It stretched her neck too much, apparently causing an artery to tear.
Emilia Clarke reveals she underwent brain surgery twice during ‘Game of Thrones’ and has now founded a charity for rehab access
The "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) said in The New Yorker that she survived two brain aneurysms while filming the HBO show.
Luke Perry died after having a stroke at age 52. Experts say strokes are becoming more common in younger adults.
Actor Luke Perry died after a stroke at just 52 years old. Doctors say strokes are becoming more common in younger adults.
Perry plays Fred Andrews on CW's "Riverdale" and found fame on "Beverly Hills 90210." A representative told INSIDER that he's under observation.
A 12-year study assessed over 80,000 women aged between 50 and 79.