Overwhelmingly High Adult Heart Disease Risk Among Americans is Shown by a Study

Based on an examination of information from more than 10,000 respondents to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), the study indicates that almost 90% of persons over 20 had a higher than average risk of heart disease. Heart, Kidney, and Metabolism The research, Continue Reading

Heart Disease and Early Menopause has A Dangerous Combination for Women’s Brains: Study

According to recent research, women who have heart disease risk factors and go through menopause before the age of fifty may be particularly vulnerable to cognitive loss and eventual dementia. “While cardiovascular risk factors are known to increase a person’s risk for dementia, what is Continue Reading

Heart Disease is Connected to North Indian Diets Low in Sodium and Protein

In India, the prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) include chronic renal disease, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease (CVD) is rising. A study on the eating patterns of North Indian communities was carried out by researchers at The George Institute for Global Health India Continue Reading

Is Cottage Cheese a Trend That Has Gone Too Far? We Are Saying Yes to This Viral Dip

The internet was taken over by whipped cottage cheese at first. After that, cottage cheese desserts became extremely popular, and edible cookie dough and ice cream highlighted the cheese’s surprising protein content. Another cottage cheese dip is currently popular, but this one is… ambiguous. Listen, Continue Reading