The heart is a powerful organ, and one that is both vulnerable to poor lifestyle choices, but that can also be positively affected by healthy choices. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause
Hippocrates said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” He may have said it centuries ago, but the idea definitely still rings true. A heart-healthy diet is one of the easiest ways
More than ever before, individuals in our society are preoccupied with looking young. We can see it through the billions of dollars spent on cosmetic surgery each year, and splashed throughout the
Aging. The word alone is enough to frighten many individuals, perhaps because an aesthetically-driven society cringes at the thought of wrinkles and grey hairs. However, an abundance of research
As a “hallmark of aging" the measurement of aortic stiffness has been changing the way that academics approach aging and mortality.
The #10YearChallenge campaign is putting how we age on the front page of social media, with millions of people around the world sharing photos to showcase their 10-year transformation. But are we
As we turn the page onto 2019, new research is surfacing about biological age and how it may be the new way of seeing the big picture of our health. We're excited to hear this conversation among
At iHeart, we receive a lot of questions about resting heart rates and what is considered healthy. This blog post will address the causes of variance in resting heart rates with reference to