Hot enough for ya? It may be too hot for your heart health!

It's only the first day of summer and record high temperatures are already being reported across much of the U.S. That's prompted the American Heart Association, celebrating a century of lifesaving service as the world's ...


Stroke rates are rising, especially among the young

The rate at which Americans under the age of 65 suffered a stroke rose by about 15% between 2011 and 2022, new government data shows. The study is published in the journal MMWR. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Cultivating spirituality can lower blood pressure

People with high blood pressure saw their systolic blood pressure drop by 7 mmHg, on average, and experienced improvements in other markers of blood vessel health after receiving daily smartphone messages designed to cultivate ...

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