A new study reports insulin resistance is linked to accelerated cognitive decline.
Researchers report sleeping less than six hours a night may increase your risk of developing cardiovascular disease compared to those who sleep the recommended eight hours per night.
People with lower EPA and DHA in red blood cell membranes, which correlates to lower scores on the Omega-3 index, were found to have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and ultimately a decrease in lifespan compared to those who scored higher on the omega-3 index.
Age-related macular degeneration with subretinal drusenoid deposits was associated with high-risk vascular diseases, including increased stroke risk and cardiovascular disease.
According to a new study, genetic factors heavily influence where we are most likely to store fat on our bodies. Researchers found the relationship between genetics and fat storage is more significant in women than in men.
Women who have experienced domestic violence are 44% more likely to die from any cause compared to the general population. They also have a 51% increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes and a 31% higher risk of being diagnosed with cardiovascular disease.
According to a new study, poor kidney function is linked to stroke and dementia as a result of decreased blood flow to the brain.
A faulty gene linked to cardiovascular disease and metabolic conditions could be a new target in the fight against depression.
Cortisol functions differently in police officers who have experienced extremely stressful situations while at work. The disturbances to regular cortisol function may leave them more vulnerable to diseases, including cardiovascular disease and diabetes, researchers report.