The level of sugar in your blood can affect the contraction of blood vessels, with potentially dangerous effects on the heart and blood pressure, a recent study has shown, highlighting the potential risks of regularly consuming rich, sugary foods.
Good news for post-Christmas bingeing blues - a new study reveals
that moderate beer drinking could lower heart attack risk.
According to a group of Israeli researchers, a beer a day may help
keep heart attacks away.
New research published in last week's issue of Nature could
help scientists to explain the role of magnesium in regulating
blood pressure.The study shows how magnesium activates microscopic
ion channels in the membrane of a cell....
A glass or two of orange juice daily could do wonders for our blood
pressure, according to a pilot study conducted at the Cleveland
Clinic in the United States. The JUICE (Juice Utilisation Improves
Cardiovascular Endpoints) study...
Women who take oestrogen may decrease their risk of developing
atherosclerosis - the progressive narrowing and hardening of the
arteries - according to new research published in the March issue
of The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology...
According to researchers at the University of Wisconsin School of
Medicine, patients with narrowing of the coronary arteries who
drank purple grape juice daily for eight weeks showed significant
improvement in their arterial function.