Tag Results for "Heart Attack Risks"
Houston research tracked peaks in ozone, pollution levels. Levels of ozone and of air pollution are directly linked to heart attacks, continue reading »
But discuss with your doctor first - Having a heart attack shouldn't put an end to an active lifestyle. The American Heart Association offers these guidelines for when continue reading »
Large review also found positive people less likely to suffer stroke. Being upbeat is good for your heart, a new study suggests. Many previous studies have shown that negative mental states -- such as depression, anger, anxiety and hostility -- can harm the heart. continue reading »
But getting active during work and leisure hours can lower the odds, study finds. continue reading »