A study suggesting men consuming two or more sugary drinks per day are more likely to suffer heart failure does not provide conclusive evidence, say medical professionals while industry calls it 'unhelpful'.
Can heart disease be caused by vitamin D deficiency? According to
researchers from the University of Bonn in Germany, who have been
studying the causes of cardiac failure, very possibly so. They
report on a link between severity of...
For alcoholics who suffer from alcohol-related heart failure,
cutting back alcohol consumption to a few drinks a day does not
cause any further damage. In fact, the heart may actually begin to
recover strength, report US researchers...