According to a new report by the CDC, middle-aged Americans are losing ground in the fight against heart disease. The report found that middle-aged people in the United States are dying more of heart disease than cancer. Experts believe that the surge in heart disease death rates could be due to risk factors such as obesity, diabetes, and sedentary lifestyle.
According to a new study conducted on mice, resveratrol, a compound found in red wine, reduced the blood pressure significantly. The mice were given large quantities to resveratrol. The study authors explained that resveratrol helped in relaxing the blood vessels, decreasing blood pressure in mice. However, it is not yet proven to benefits for hypertension in humans.
According to a new study, people who skip their breakfast on a daily basis are at an increased risk of cardiovascular-related death, especially a heart attack and a stroke. It is imperative to eat your daily breakfast, making sure that it is rich in all the essential nutrients. The study also noted that skipping breakfast increases the risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol.
A 71-year-old lady, Jo Cameron, has a rare genetic mutation that does not allow her to feel pain. It also keeps her from feeling anxious or depressed. Researchers opine that this new finding could be helpful in developing effective treatments for pain. Her rare genetic maturation also helps her body to heal quickly.
For a person who is overweight or obese, the number of days required in a week for a workout is between five and seven days, whereas for a normal human being, it is less. The frequency of workout can be less or more depending on the schedule of an individual. However, it is very important to do workout to stay healthy and fit.