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Ashley Greene oozes elegance in red gown at AHA's Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection Concert - www.dailymail.co.uk - New York - USA
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02.02.2023 / 09:37

Ashley Greene oozes elegance in red gown at AHA's Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection Concert

Ashely Greene is among the celebrities to lend their support for the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection Concert in New York City on Wednesday, February 1.And in keeping with the theme of the charity event at Jazz at Lincoln Center, the actress struck a number of poses in a shoulder-less red gown on the red carpet.The Go Red For Women initiative is a comprehensive platform designed 'to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease', which is the number one killer of women according to the organization's website, in hopes of serving as a catalyst for change to improve the lives of women globally.Greene, who also goes by Ashley Greene Khoury in the wake of her marriage to Paul Khoury, looked like the belle of the ball decked out in her striking red number in front of the adoring photographers.The design included a plunging neckline to help accentuate her cleavage and a train that followed behind her by several feet. Show of support: Ashley Greene, 35, showed her support for the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection Concert 2023 in New York CityThe actress, who's best known to many fans for playing Alice Cullen in the Twilight film franchise, accessorized with double-band necklace, matching earrings and a couple of rings.Rounding out her overall look, Greene had her dark brown tresses styled with soft waves on the left side, while her hair was pushed back over her ear on the right with a slight part.

Drinking water could help people 'slow down ageing and live longer lives' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk
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03.01.2023 / 17:51

Drinking water could help people 'slow down ageing and live longer lives'

People who drink more water are more likely to live a longer and healthier life, according to a new study.

The Cars Singer Ric Ocasek's Ex Paulina Porizkova Opens Up About Finding Him Dead - perezhilton.com
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17.11.2022 / 04:07

The Cars Singer Ric Ocasek's Ex Paulina Porizkova Opens Up About Finding Him Dead

Paulina Porizkova is bravely sharing details of the final moments she had with her late husband Ric Ocasek of The Cars.

Channel 4's Great British Bake Off winner announced as viewers blast judges over 'setting up' contestants - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - city Sandro
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16.11.2022 / 02:09

Channel 4's Great British Bake Off winner announced as viewers blast judges over 'setting up' contestants

Syabira Yusoff was crowned the winner of the 13th series of Channel 4's Great British Bake Off on Tuesday night.

Researchers warn long-term antidepressant use 'may increase risk of heart disease' - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - city Bristol
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29.09.2022 / 10:27

Researchers warn long-term antidepressant use 'may increase risk of heart disease'

A new study has suggested that long-term use of antidepressants could increase the risk of hear disease.

People who drink two or three coffees a day could live longer, study suggests - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Australia - Britain
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27.09.2022 / 15:19

People who drink two or three coffees a day could live longer, study suggests

Drinking two to three cups of coffee a day could be linked to a longer lifespan, new research suggests.

Heart attack: ‘Difficulty' regulating emotions can increase your risk - 'dangerous' - www.msn.com - Britain - Ireland
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26.09.2022 / 22:03

Heart attack: ‘Difficulty' regulating emotions can increase your risk - 'dangerous'

READ MORE: Robin Williams' widow found out the name of her 'husband's killer'As a result, anger can increase your risk of a cardiovascular event and shorten life expectancy, a fact reflected in recent studies, including one published by the National University of Ireland in 2021. Published as part of the INTERSTROKE study, researchers analysed 13,462 cases of stroke to identify any similar causes behind the cases; strokes cause around 100,000 hospitalisations in the UK every year making them one of the leading causes of death and disability. According to the data published in the European Heart Journal, one in 11 survivors they spoke to experienced a period of anger or upset in the hour leading up to the stroke while one in 20 had undertaken heavy physical exertion or exercise.

The 'superfood' that may add years to your life, according to new study - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Minnesota - USA
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17.09.2022 / 08:01

The 'superfood' that may add years to your life, according to new study

A handful of walnuts every day has been found to significantly improve health, and could even "add years to your life".

Try This Pumpkin Seed Oil That Supports Health and Hair Growth in Time for Fall - www.usmagazine.com
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16.09.2022 / 22:37

Try This Pumpkin Seed Oil That Supports Health and Hair Growth in Time for Fall

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Simple breathing technique can lower stress, blood pressure and keep the heart healthy - www.dailystar.co.uk
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12.09.2022 / 19:03

Simple breathing technique can lower stress, blood pressure and keep the heart healthy

memory, stress relief, and an increase physical relaxation. READ MORE Britney Spears' reasons for posting nude selfies on Instagram explained “You do it by isolating each nostril, breathing in through only one of them at a time and then exhaling through the other,” says integrative medicine specialist Dr Melissa Young.She added: “Like all breathing techniques, alternate nostril breathing is very calming.“But you may also find that it leads you to clearer, brighter concentration and higher levels of energy.”In a study published in the National Library of Medicine, the effect of modified slow breathing exercises on stress was investigated.Research involved around a hundred healthy male volunteers were randomised into a control group or a slow breathing group.The slow breathing group trained for 30 minutes a day, five times a week for 12 weeks.Researchers noted an improvement in heart rate, systolic blood pressure, and perceived stress level decrease.“Twelve weeks of modified slow breathing exercise reduced perceived stress and improved the cardiovascular parameters,” noted the study.It concluded: “The above results indicate that our modified slow breathing exercise is effective in reducing stress and improving the cardiovascular parameters.”Dr Young offers a step-by-step guide which includes:

'World's hottest gran' strips to mini dress to share secret behind youthful looks - www.dailystar.co.uk
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11.09.2022 / 15:31

'World's hottest gran' strips to mini dress to share secret behind youthful looks

Gina Stewart, famed for her age-defying looks, swears by sipping on two cups of tea a day.On Instagram, she posed in a skimpy green dress and clutched onto a cuppa. READ MORE: Gran unrecognisable after kicking Greggs and Cadbury habit – and losing 17st She captioned the image: “Tea time – trying to get my two cups a day in.“The health benefits of drinking tea are backed up by scientific research – green tea, black tea , both are highly regarded for having health benefits.”The 51-year-old cited a study published in the Annuals of Internal Medicine to support her theory.Researchers argued those who enjoy a couple of brews a day can live longer.Gina explained: “It found that compared with those who do not drink tea, the regular consumption of black tea (the most widely consumed tea in Europe) was associated with a modest reduction of between 9% and 13% in mortality over 10 years in a middle-aged, mostly white, adult general population, especially in terms of cardiovascular disease.”Whatever the model is doing to maintain her youthful looks, it seems to be working!Fans went wild for her sexy tea pictures, which garnered more than 450 likes on Instagram.One commenter wrote: “They are definitely working for you.”Another swooned: “Would share a cuppa with Gina any time.”A third wrote: “Love to share a pot of tea with you.”And a fourth added: “Always time for tea!”READ NEXT: For more lifestyle stories, sign up to the free Hot Topics newsletter here

‘Elvis’ actor Shonka Dukureh’s cause of death confirmed - www.nme.com - Los Angeles - Nashville
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31.08.2022 / 23:45

‘Elvis’ actor Shonka Dukureh’s cause of death confirmed

Elvis actor Shonka Dukureh has been revealed.The actor, who plays Big Mama Thornton in Baz Luhrmann’s biopic Elvis, died at the age of 44 last month.Dukureh was found dead by police on July 21 in her home in Nashville after one of her two young children found her unresponsive and sought help from a neighbour, who called 911.

Risk of heart failure 'increases by 11% for every extra inch on your waistline' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain
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30.08.2022 / 17:39

Risk of heart failure 'increases by 11% for every extra inch on your waistline'

Every excess inch on your waistline could lead to an 11 percent increase in heart failure risk, a new study has warned.

Barbra Streisand's crusade for better heart health - 'Demand the best possible care' - www.msn.com - Britain
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28.08.2022 / 13:03

Barbra Streisand's crusade for better heart health - 'Demand the best possible care'

Heart disease is the number one killer of women," Streisand stated. "I was shocked to learn that more women are dying from cardiovascular disease than from all cancers combined, and aren't receiving the same attention in diagnosis and treatment as men. " On August 24, 2022, Streisand Tweeted: "Why isn't follow-up care as important for women as it is for men?"Are women even advised about cardiac rehabilitation? We must demand to receive the best possible care after a #HeartAttack - we deserve it!"Cardiovascular disease can be sectioned into four main types:The World Health Organisation (WHO) warned there are "no symptoms of the underlying disease of the blood vessels".

Sexpert shares exact number of times to have sex each week to stay healthy - www.dailystar.co.uk
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24.08.2022 / 14:35

Sexpert shares exact number of times to have sex each week to stay healthy

READ MORE: What is squirting and how can you do it? Step-by-step guide for blowing her mind Kaye Wellings, a professor of sexual and reproductive health at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, spoke out.She said it's normal for your health to not be at the top of the list when it comes to a steamy session between the sheets.Kaye told Daily Mail: "Immunity, cardiovascular health and depression are just some of the areas where studies suggest that sexual activity might have a benefit."Here are a few reasons why sex can improve your health...Research from University College London found that middle-aged women who have sex weekly are 28% likely to experience the change over the next decade.Those who still have sex at least once a month have a 19% reduced risk.Megan Arnot, from University College London, said: "The findings suggest that if a woman is not having sex, and there is no chance of pregnancy, then the body 'chooses' not to invest in ovulation as it would be pointless."There may be a biological trade-off between investing energy into ovulation and elsewhere, such as keeping active by looking after grandchildren."A 2004 study published in the journal Psychological Reports, revealed having sex once or twice a week increased levels of immunoglobulin A.Medics writing in the Journal Ear, Nose and Throat last year found that having an orgasm was as effective as a nasal spray.It all depends on how active you are when it comes to getting beneath the sheets.Those who are a little more vigorous may class sex as exercise.Being active has been shown to be a decongestant – as the rise in body temperature loosens mucus while the increase in circulation encourages the flow of nasal discharge.A study published in January

The blood sugar-lowering snack that causes a 'distinct' reduction in cholesterol - www.msn.com - USA
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20.08.2022 / 16:43

The blood sugar-lowering snack that causes a 'distinct' reduction in cholesterol

cholesterol levels are vital. Having high blood sugar can cause permanent damage to nerves and lead to life-threatening conditions such as diabetic ketoacidosis. While too much cholesterol can cause blockages in the arteries eventually resulting in heart attacks or strokes.

High cholesterol: How your sleep could affect 'bad' cholesterol levels - what to avoid - www.msn.com - USA
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06.08.2022 / 17:09

High cholesterol: How your sleep could affect 'bad' cholesterol levels - what to avoid

high cholesterol means you have too much of a fatty substance called cholesterol in your blood. This can eventually build-up and cause blockages in the arteries. When this happens it can lead to heart problems and strokes.

High blood pressure: Experts outline ‘important' way to check if you have the condition - www.msn.com
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04.08.2022 / 16:15

High blood pressure: Experts outline ‘important' way to check if you have the condition

University of Exeter study recommended measurement of both arms. Lead study author Dr Christopher Clark said: "High blood pressure is a global issue and poor management can be fatal. "This study shows that failure to measure both arms and use the higher reading arm will not only result in underdiagnosis and undertreatment of high blood pressure but also under-estimation of cardiovascular risks for millions of people worldwide.

Dementia: Astonishing report links cognitive decline to air pollution - 'strong' case - www.msn.com - Britain
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27.07.2022 / 05:41

Dementia: Astonishing report links cognitive decline to air pollution - 'strong' case

United Kingdom Health Security Agency (UKHSA), assessed the impact of air pollution and cognitive decline. In the government report, it says: "We have concluded that the evidence is now suggestive of an association between ambient air pollutants and an acceleration of the decline in cognitive function often associated with ageing, and with the risk of developing dementia. "There are a number of plausible biological mechanisms by which air pollutants could cause effects on the brain leading to accelerated cognitive decline and dementia.

High cholesterol symptoms that appear around your eyes - including skin bumps - www.dailyrecord.co.uk
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21.07.2022 / 12:21

High cholesterol symptoms that appear around your eyes - including skin bumps

High cholesterol can occur due to an unhealthy lifestyle and can increase a person's risk of developing life-threatening conditions such as heart disease or a stroke .

Covid warning as people who had virus more likely to develop diabetes and heart disease - www.dailyrecord.co.uk
dailyrecord.co.uk
20.07.2022 / 17:57

Covid warning as people who had virus more likely to develop diabetes and heart disease

People who recently had Covid-19 are at an increased risk for cardiovascular diseases and diabetes, according to a new study.

Heart disease: The ‘less visible' risk factor that may damage heart health - ‘Detrimental' - www.msn.com - Britain
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05.07.2022 / 13:03

Heart disease: The ‘less visible' risk factor that may damage heart health - ‘Detrimental'

Heart disease is an umbrella term for a range of conditions targeting the heart. This diagnosis is considered a major killer globally, responsible for more than 160,000 deaths in the UK alone. A study warns that soil pollution could be triggering the culprit.

Mediterranean diet better for weight loss, brain health and can help you live longer - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - USA
dailyrecord.co.uk
20.06.2022 / 20:05

Mediterranean diet better for weight loss, brain health and can help you live longer

Those looking to live a longer and healthier life often turn to diet to improve themselves.

Heart disease: Nordic walking could help people with the condition - what is it? - www.msn.com - city Ottawa
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17.06.2022 / 01:35

Heart disease: Nordic walking could help people with the condition - what is it?

READ MORE: Hair loss: 'Hair-care' habits 'responsible' for permanent hair lossThe goal of the exercise and of recovering from heart disease is to increase functional capacity; a way to measure the ability of someone to physically perform tasks. Speaking about the research, lead investigator Dr Jennifer Reed said: "Patients with coronary artery disease frequently demonstrate diminished functional capacity, low quality of life and increased the risk of subsequent cardiovascular events and mortality. "As to why Nordic walking was beneficial, Dr Reed explained: "Nordic walking engages core, upper and lower body muscles while reducing loading stress at the knee, which may have resulted in greater improvements in functional capacity.

Four ways to lower cholesterol as many people are living with 'ticking time bomb' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain
dailyrecord.co.uk
09.06.2022 / 14:23

Four ways to lower cholesterol as many people are living with 'ticking time bomb'

High cholesterol is a common condition that doesn't cause symptoms, which means the first sign could come in a heart attack or stroke.

High blood pressure: Three vegetable juices that could reduce hypertension - study - www.msn.com - Britain - China
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07.06.2022 / 16:03

High blood pressure: Three vegetable juices that could reduce hypertension - study

blood pressure and the risks that come with it. In fact, around a third of all adults in the UK are living with hypertension, which increases the risk of serious problems such as heart attacks and strokes. A common factor in high blood pressure is not eating enough vegetables - as well as fruit.

Weight loss: 2 supplements that could help speed up metabolism, according to studies - www.dailystar.co.uk
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25.05.2022 / 17:53

Weight loss: 2 supplements that could help speed up metabolism, according to studies

Weight loss is no easy feat and with summer just around the corner, you may be wondering how to look your best at the beach.Although a calorie deficit and exercise is the key to weight loss, it can be tempting to opt for an easy, or quick fix.For many, trying to achieve weight loss can be a frustrating experience, especially as hormones and neurons can effect how easy it is for someone.Discipline, patience and consistency are key as are a healthy balanced diet and ensuring some form of physical activity per day. But some supplements may also assist along the weight loss journey, the question is which are best?According to one study, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, fibre had a positive impact on people who were trying to lose weight.Participants were asked to follow a diet containing at least 30 grams of fibre each day.“In addition to weight control, higher fibre diets can also help to prevent type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease,” said Dr Frank Hu, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health.One way of getting more fibre is through supplements, which are thought to aid appetite control by slowing down the emptying of the stomach and reducing appetite.Decreased appetite and calorie intake may support weight loss.Soluble fibre is a type of fibre that blends with water in the gut, forming a gel-like substance.To further promote belly fat loss, combine your soluble fibre intake with other lifestyle changes, such as making healthier food choices and exercising more, recommends experts.Capsaicin is a compound in hot peppers that brings the heat when consumed.

Best Echelon Exercise Equipment for Your Home - www.usmagazine.com - USA
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24.05.2022 / 18:49

Best Echelon Exercise Equipment for Your Home

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What you need to do to survive the zombie apocalypse – and bodybuilders are in trouble - www.dailystar.co.uk
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14.05.2022 / 23:13

What you need to do to survive the zombie apocalypse – and bodybuilders are in trouble

Forget lifting weights – if you want to survive the zombie apocalypse you’d better start running and riding bikes.People with good cardio fitness will have a better chance than beefy bodybuilders, an expert has claimed. Dr Cameron Carlson is warning Brits to focus on endurance rather than aesthetic training to give themselves the best shot at survival.

SNP candidate suggests opponents of independence 'more likely to have degenerative brain diseases' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Scotland
dailyrecord.co.uk
26.04.2022 / 12:49

SNP candidate suggests opponents of independence 'more likely to have degenerative brain diseases'

An SNP election candidate has suggested that opponents of independence are "negative" and "more likely to suffer from degenerative brain diseases" as a result.

Dr. Oz Was Paid $269,000 for His 2-Week ‘Jeopardy!’ Guest Hosting Gig - thewrap.com - Pennsylvania - city Columbia
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08.04.2022 / 01:27

Dr. Oz Was Paid $269,000 for His 2-Week ‘Jeopardy!’ Guest Hosting Gig

filings he made as a prospective Republican Senate candidate in Pennsylvania. The payment was directed toward an undisclosed charity. The cardiothoracic surgeon-turned-TV personality announced his run for office in late November last year as part of a crowded pool of candidates looking to fill retiring Sen.

Even light alcohol intake could be harming your heart health, study suggests - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - USA
dailyrecord.co.uk
03.04.2022 / 16:43

Even light alcohol intake could be harming your heart health, study suggests

Drinking even a small amount of alcohol each week could be a risk to your health, according to a new study.

Dave Grohl's wife Jordyn and daughters Violet, 15, and Harper, 12, wear black to pre-Grammy event - www.dailymail.co.uk - Las Vegas
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02.04.2022 / 08:21

Dave Grohl's wife Jordyn and daughters Violet, 15, and Harper, 12, wear black to pre-Grammy event

Dave Grohl's wife Jordyn and their daughters Violet, 15, and Harper, 12, posed up together at a pre-Grammys event in Las Vegas on Friday.His band Foo Fighters have canceled their Grammys performance after their drummer Taylor Hawkins died of a cardiovascular collapse following a suspected overdose.Dave was not on the red carpet for Friday's MusiCares Person Of The Year event honoring Joni Mitchell, but his wife and two elder daughters made an appearance.Violet, who has followed father's footsteps into music, took the stage during the festivities to perform Joni's 1974 song Help Me. Family:Dave Grohl was represented by his wife Jordyn and their daughters Violet, 15, and Harper, 12, at a pre-Grammys event in Las Vegas on Friday Limelight:Violet, who has followed father's footsteps into music, took the stage during the festivities to perform Joni's 1974 song Help MeJordyn and Dave have been married since 2003 and in addition to Violet and Harper they have a seven-year-old daughter called Ophelia.Violet, Harper and Jordyn all wore black outfits to the MusiCares event on Friday, presumably signaling that they were in mourning for Taylor.

Heart disease risk 'cut by an avocado a week' - how to add more to your diet - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - USA - Mexico - Boston
dailyrecord.co.uk
31.03.2022 / 18:49

Heart disease risk 'cut by an avocado a week' - how to add more to your diet

The risk of heart disease was found to be reduced by eating avocados, according to new research.

Taylor Hawkins' Reportedly Died of 'Cardiovascular Collapse' - www.justjared.com - Colombia - city Bogota, Colombia
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27.03.2022 / 18:11

Taylor Hawkins' Reportedly Died of 'Cardiovascular Collapse'

A new report has emerged revealing Taylor Hawkins‘ cause of death.

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