Study Finds Men More Likely To Receive CPR Than Women If They Experience Cardiac Arrest in Public

  Article Source: The New York Times The New York Times reported on a study presented at the American Heart Association meeting finding that “outside of hospitals, men are much more likely to get CPR than women.” The study was based on “a database of 19,331 cardiac arrests in the United States and Canada,” excluding those […] Read More

Coffee May Be More Likely To Provide Benefits Than Harm!

Reuters reported researchers found that “people who drink three to four cups of coffee a day are more likely to see health benefits than harm,” according to findings published in the British Medical Journal. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported the researchers also found that people who drink three to four cups per day appear to be at lower risk for “diabetes, […] Read More

New Guidelines Lower Definition of High Blood Pressure

Image Source: Healthline Original Source: The Washington Post Leading heart health experts tightened the guidelines for high blood pressure Monday, a change that will sharply increase the number of U.S. adults considered hypertensive in the hope that they, and their doctors, will address the deadly condition sooner. The American Heart Association, the American College of […] Read More

People Who Regularly Consume Nuts May Be Less Likely To Develop Heart Disease

Image Source: HuffingtonPost Source: Reuters Health People who regularly eat a variety of nuts including walnuts, peanuts and tree nuts may be less likely to develop heart disease than individuals who rarely or never eat nuts, a U.S. study suggests. Researchers examined information on medical history, lifestyle and eating habits for more than 210,000 healthcare […] Read More