A new study has suggested that joining a gym might be one of the best investments you can make to help boost health and fitness levels. The study was conducted at Iowa State University and found that people with gym memberships exercised more and had better measures of heart health.
Following a study in 2012 that saw Belgian scientists conclude that repeated intensive endurance exercise may result in damages to cardiovascular health, researchers from Saarland University have now tested this theory.
Adolescents doing as little as two minutes of strenuous exercise four times a day, gain benefits in improved long-term health.
Olympic athletes should have tailored heart screening to check for life-threatening conditions before they can compete, according to a leading Italian doctor.
A comprehensive guide to achieving a full recovery from heart disease.
People who drink three to five cups cups of coffee a day were less likely to have early signs of heart disease
This online course and exam is intended for personal trainers and other allied health professionals working with clients or patients with heart disease.
Low-intensity exercise like walking for even a minute at a time can cut blood pressure