American College of Cardiology Partners with Bronx Community on Health Equities

June 19, 2014

American College of Cardiology (ACC) partners with top medical professionals, clergy and civic leaders to convene ‘Call To Action’ Bronx Health Summit addressing health equities.

Research Shows CrossFit Diet/Exercise Reduces Risk of Heart Disease

May 18, 2012

Studies reveal diets that restrict carbohydrate intake, when partnered with a workout regimen, can help prevent CVD.

More employees cashing in on losing weight

June 3, 2010

More employees are reportedly jumping on the losing weight for financial incentives band wagon.

Toothbrushing linked to heart health

June 1, 2010

Researchers find that regular toothbrushing may help ward off heart disease.

Study links added sugar to heart disease

May 12, 2010

A recent study suggests added sugar may lead to cardiovascular health problems. U.S. ( – A recent study suggests sugar may be linked to heart disease. As reported by Cenegenetics Medical Institute, researchers on the study, which the authors believe is the first of its kind, found that sugar added to foods during preparation at […]

Philadelphia Dental Implants Expert Discusses Five Signs of Sleep Apnea

January 14, 2010

PHILADELPHIA, PA ( –Sleep apnea is a potentially life-threatening condition that affects about 18 million Americans and often can be corrected with a simple oral device. There are at least five signs and symptoms that a person may suffer from sleep apnea, said Philadelphia Periodontist Dr. David DiGiallorenzo. Choking and Gasping During Sleep People with […]

Study suggests health risks for college linemen

January 2, 2010

A new study states players may be at a higher risk for diabetes and other medical conditions later in life. U.S. ( – A new study proposes that college linemen may have an increased risk of developing certain health conditions later in life. As reported by, researchers found that football linemen may be at […]

Heart disease signs found in mummies

November 19, 2009

Researchers find signs of heart disease in mummies. Orlando, Florida ( – New research suggests that modern risks factors for heart disease such as eating fast food aren’t the only culprits of heart disease. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), researchers recently found evidence of heart disease in ancient mummies using a CT scan. […]

Workplace Wellness Has Major Cost Benefits

October 1, 2009

Research suggests wellness programs in the workplace can reduce risks for heart disease and other major health complications. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – Research suggests workplace wellness programs can significantly reduce risk factors for major health complications such as heart disease. As reported by HealthDay News, the American Heart Association recently released […]

Exercise May Be Better for Heart Patients Than Surgery

September 1, 2009

Studies show that some heart patients may receive greater benefit from exercise than angioplasty. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – Some experts suggest that heart patients may benefit more from exercise than angioplasty. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), experts at a recent European Society of Cardiology meeting stated that doctors should […]

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