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Coffee drinkers have stronger bones than people who don’t sip a daily brew, according to a new study
Past research has been inconclusive on whether java supports or inhibits bone health. The new study is good news for coffee lovers.
Major signs of a heart attack include chest heaviness and upper body discomfort. But there are also subtle signs and risk factors to look out for.
Donation after circulatory death has been used in more than 70 surgeries in the UK and Australia and is awaiting FDA approval in the U.S.
An unprecedented study suggests the Apple Watch can help detect heart problems. But very few people actually used it to do that.
The Apple Watch can detect heart problems like afib, according to a recent study. But few of the participants actually finished, suggesting there's work to be done in digital health.
My Apple Watch captured the thrill of beating a boss in ‘Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice,’ one of the most difficult games ever made
"Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice" is already one of my favorite games of 2019. Hopefully it doesn't give me a heart attack before I can actually finish it.
Stanford scientists just gave us an unprecedented look at how well the Apple Watch detects heart problems
The first results of the Apple Heart Study are in. They suggest the Apple Watch can detect heart problems like atrial fibrillation or afib.
Smoking kills. No other habit has been so strongly tied to death. But vaping is linked with its own set of health risks, including nicotine addiction and potentially doubling one's risk of a heart attack. People who both vape and smoke are the most at risk.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association found that older people who spent less time sitting and more time moving had fewer signs of encroaching heart disease.
There’s even more evidence that your waistline is one of the best ways to tell if you’re healthy — especially as you age
Researchers are learning that the amount of fat we hold around our waistlines is a good indicator of our overall health. A new study found that waist-to-hip ratio is linked to cognitive performance.
You don’t need to spend hours at the gym to boost your body and brain — here’s how long your workout should take
Cardio could be the closest thing to a miracle drug that we have, but doing it regularly shouldn't take a whole day. Instead, the available evidence suggests there's an ideal window for exercises like cycling, swimming, or brisk walking — and it's under an hour.