A study from West Virginia University School of Public Health, Morgantown, found that exposure to perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) found in items like nonstick cookware, microwave popcorn and food wrappers could cause cardiovascular disease. Those seeking home care for heart conditions should avoid the chemical and limit exposure to items that are high in PFOA.Read More
Heart disease can happen to anyone. For some people lifestyle will determine whether they are susceptible to unhealthy heart conditions. On the other hand, having healthy habits can prevent or even reverse many types of heart disease. Here is a list of some of the most significant causes of heart diseases, and some tips on combating them.
The heart is an important organ- perhaps the most important in the human body. Without a healthy heart, our bodies cannot distribute nourishment and oxygen. Heart disease is painful, scary, and (for many people), a part of daily life. Here’s the good news: heart health is something that people of every age can pursue.