And not all plant-based diets are equally healthy, an expert told Newsweek.
The findings could transform how doctors prescribe aspirin.
But eating too much chocolate appeared to raise the risk of heart disease.
Reseachers studied hundreds of thousands of cases in Florida to arrive at their conclusion.
The drug taps into the bacteria which populate our bodies and outnumber our own cells by 10 to 1.
Over 800,000 children under the age of 5 could be saved each year if more women breastfed.
Teenagers with a high BMI showed signs of heart problems usually seen in adults.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., but many people find out they have a cardiovascular condition when it's too late.
A fatty acid present in dairy products appears to lower the risk of heart disease, according to scientists.
Evidence suggests the signs of cardiovascular disease appear in our teen years.
Scientists investigated how caffeine affects the cells in the heart.
Scientists found that different levels of sleep could affect men and women differently.
But is it all it's cracked up to be?
Medics at the University of Abderdeen found that the heart does not heal itself as quickly as previously thought