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Unless you’re an athlete or regularly visit the doctor for monitoring of a heart condition, you probably haven’t thought much about your heart rate. But, like your blood pressure a...

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Creating a heart-healthy diet isn't difficult if you know what foods to target. Certain foods can increase the likelihood of heart disease, while others can decrease the risk. If y...

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Find out why you should. Women's Health may earn commission from the links on this page, but we only feature products we believe in. Why trust us? Your heart shouldn’t be racing wh...

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According to the American Heart Association, a normal resting heart rate is between 60 (beats per minute) and 100 (beats per minute) for people 15 years and older. See detail on th...

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A study of more than 90,000 people with smartwatches reveals that resting heart rate can vary between individuals by up to 70 beats per minute. By Joshua A. Krisch - Live Science C...

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A resting heart rate (RHR) of 60–100 beats per minute is normal. However, a new study has found new complexities: RHR varies widely between people. A recent study concludes that wh...

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Even small changes to your cooking can help you reduce your risk for heart disease. You can protect your heart and blood vessels by: Foods like packaged (store bought) snacks, swee...

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Here are several lifestyle choices that can substantially reduce your risk of heart disease and keep your heart healthy. Richard N. Fogoros, MD, is a retired professor of medicine ...

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We all want to maintain good health as we get older. Learn how these 4 tips can help you improve your diet and physical activities to live healthier for longer. What factors influe...

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Study finds that modifiable vascular risk factors such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and smoking in mid-life are tied to higher risk of dementia later. The chance of developing...