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Study: Grocery Store-Based Nutrition Education Improves Eating Habits

Grocery-store-based nutrition education can improve eating habits, according to a new study titled "Nutrition Counseling for Hypertension Within a Grocery Store: An Example of the Patient-Centered...

Showing the Heart Some Love

As the leading cause of death for both men and women, heart disease is alarming enough—and now, news linking the very treatments...

Study: Fish Consumption and Supplementation Necessary for Healthy Omega-3 Levels

Sioux Falls, SD—A new study published in Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes, and Essential Fatty Acids found that people need to both eat more fish...

Study Links Bone Broth to Heart Health Benefits

New research from the American Chemical Society (ACS) has shown that dry-cured ham bones contain peptides--mostly derived from collagen and hemoglobin proteins--that...

Study: ALA and Quercetin Decrease Cholesterol, No Synergistic Effects

A study found that alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) significantly decreased total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol. The study hoped to find that ALA and quercetin, both cardioprotective...

Milestone Clinical Trial Suggests Omega-3 Drug Reduces Cardiovascular Risk

The results of the long-anticipated REDUCE-IT study looking at prescription-level values of omega-3 and their effect on trigylcerides have been released by Amarin Corp....

Sun Basket Launches Diabetes-Friendly Meal Plan

San Francisco, CA - Sun Basket wants to help people manage their diabetes. The San Francisco-based healthy meal kit delivery service has launched a Diabetes-Friendly Meal...

Research Shows Pycnogenol Eases Leg Swelling and Jet Lag

Hoboken, NJ -- A new peer-reviewed, published study shows natural French maritime pine bark extract Pycnogenol effectively reduces lower leg swelling known as edema...

Making Sense of the New Blood Pressure Guidelines

This past November, 46% of American adults awoke one morning to find they had high blood pressure (aka hypertension). In men under age 45,...

Heart of the Matter

Stress. Overwork. Too much salt. Sedentary lifestyle. Genetics. Many factors contribute to cardiovascular disease but there are ways to help your customers stave off...

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