A new study published in JAMA Neurology found that individuals with heart disease are at an increased risk of developing dementia, according to HealthDay News.
It's common knowledge that the natural process of aging can result in numerous health hazards, but what can be done to offset these risks the older we become?
What you put in your body is important in terms of maintaining a healthy heart and fighting off disease.
It's no mystery that some foods are healthier than others.
The recent cold fronts could stir more than just small talk.
More people survive strokes nowadays than they did 10 years ago thanks to improved treatment and prevention methods.
Maintaining the wellness of your heart is something people must do all year-round to ensure they have long, healthy lives.
New guidelines suggest that if people fit into one of four categories, they should take a statin to lower their risk of heart-related problems.
As people get older, it becomes increasingly essential to take special precautions to maintain wellness, but it's also important to do all you can to reduce the risk of stroke.
Dr. Elie Korban ran his own clinic as a cardiologist in Jackson and Lexington, Tenn.