The higher your blood pressure is, the higher your risk of heart disease.
Being active helps lower your risk of heart disease and stroke.
It's critical to be familiar with and recognize heart attack symptoms.
Cholesterol is a fat-based substance found in the bloodstream and the body's cells.
Knowing your personal risk is the first step in identifying what you need to do to prevent heart disease. A wide variety of things can increase your risk of developing heart disease –...
Ten minutes here and ten minutes there of even just moderate exercise can add up to considerable health benefits.
Diabetes is a condition where people don't produce enough insulin to meet their body's needs and/or their cells don't respond properly to insulin.
Sometimes it's difficult to fit medications into your busy schedule, especially if you're taking more than one prescription at once.
Be sure to ask your pharmacist the following questions about your prescription:
- What is the name of my medication? Keep in mind that prescription medications hav...
The Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) recommends that people with diabetes who are using insulin self-monitor their blood glucose levels at least as often as they use insulin when readings ar...
These days, recommendations, guidelines, and consensus statements are everywhere in health care. One of the main goals of recommendations and guidelines is to provide health care professionals with...