Almost 80 percent of recovered COVID-19 patients suffered damage to their heart.
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Diets rich in vegetables and fruits are still thought to be the healthiest.
But eating too much chocolate appeared to raise the risk of heart disease.
"Good" cholesterol helps to prevent arteries from blocking, but too much could also be bad for our health.
Evidence suggests the signs of cardiovascular disease appear in our teen years.
Being born to an older mother may carry life-long implications for heart health, the study's lead author told Newsweek.
The research was important to those who felt they didn't have enough time to exercise.
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The new study included data from millions of men and women—and the results are striking.
Every American should be screened regularly for hypertension, says a panel of experts.