Cardiovascular Disease Will Impact More Than Half of Us by 2050

High blood pressure rates are bumping up the number of people with this issue. The...

The Athletic Heart Needs Care, Too

Athletes seem to be in peak physical condition. Their physiques are something to behold. But...

Queen Bee: It's OK To Ask For Help

Earlier this year, my brother introduced us to the online game Spelling Bee. As someone...

One Is The Loneliness, and Maybe Deadliest, Number

Harry Nilsson’s song “One” tells us that “one is the loneliest number.” But, according to...

Turn Back Time with Nicotinamide Riboside

For years, people have been looking for ways to turn back the clock on age-related...

Regenerative Gardening: A Primer for the Home Gardener

Are you a home gardener looking for a regenerative gardening primer? Or are you wondering...

Laugh Your Way to a Healthier Heart

We’ve all heard the saying, “laughter is the best medicine.” But is that really the...

Microvascular Disease: The Adesso Solution For The Most Common Form Of Heart Disease In Women

Think of the “Hollywood heart attack.” A man, clutching his chest, keeling over unexpectedly. Like...

Gestational Diabetes Isn’t Really Over Once You Deliver

I had gestational diabetes during my first pregnancy. I knew when I drank that allegedly...

Support Biodiversity with No-Dig Regenerative Gardening

It’s possible to support biodiversity with no-dig, regenerative gardening. According to a 2019 United Nations report,...

Startling Heart Attack Finding in COVID Patients

A study has found that a significant number of COVID-19 patients who have suffered from...

Meditation and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction for Women

Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women in the United States....

Regenerative Gardening: How it Works

Regenerative gardening scales practices common in regenerative farming. But what does this mean and how...

Menopause Affects the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

The menopausal transition can impact women significantly, including their cardiovascular health. Yes there’s brain fog,...

Why You Should Be Very Afraid of Menopausal Women

When we’re no longer viewed as having to attract a mate, reproduce, and raise kids,...

Intimate Relationships Can Lower or Raise Coronary Heart Disease Risk in Women

Our hearts go aflutter when we meet that special, or who we think is special,...

Boost Heart Health Naturally with Bergamot

Are you looking for natural ways to boost your heart health? At Adesso, we are...

Your Doctor Retired — Now What?

When Janet Reynolds’ primary care provider — a nurse practitioner who she’d been with for...

The Cancer No One Talks About

It began with three words: “heterogeneously dense breasts.” It was just a note in the...

Healthy Can Be Delicious: Here’s A Creamy Soup Recipe You’ll Love

Chef Emanuele Giorgione loves making dishes that are beautiful to look at and even better...

The Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet for Women in Menopause

As women go through menopause, many develop belly fat (visceral adipose tissue) due to the...

Learn to Laugh Off Stress

Stress, stress, stress. You cannot look at or listen to anything without hearing how stressed...

15 Heart-Healthy Foods for Women

Eating healthy is essential for all women, but it’s especially important for those who are...

It's Time to Talk About Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are a sudden feeling of heat throughout your body and sometimes a red...

3 Creative Ways You Can De-Stress Through Art at Any Level

When we hear the term “R&R” the usual methods come to mind: meditation, yoga, maybe...

For all women: heart-care is the new self-care

On this Mother’s Day, let’s focus on all women—not just those who are clearly defined...

7 Ways to Love Yourself

How committed are you to your own happiness? If you were dating yourself, would you...

Simple Steps to Keeping a Healthy Brain

Taking care of my elderly mom, who is thriving at 88 years old, reminds me...

Meditation 

“Om”...Is that what you think about when you think about meditation? Do you picture someone...

Does Drinking Coffee Really Improve Your Heart Health?

A new study has found that those who drink moderate amounts of coffee have a...

Generalizability of Cardiovascular Disease Clinical Prediction Models

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) finds that...

Heart Disease in Women: Why It's So Often Missed or Dismissed

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States, yet...

CVS Health and Women's Cardiovascular Disease

Women are more likely than men to die from cardiovascular disease, but the good news...

Women Receive Different Emergency Department Care for Chest Pain

It's no secret that women often receive different medical treatment than men, but a new...

Cardiovascular Disease in Women

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among women worldwide. Despite this, women have...

Intermittent Fasting: What We Know So Far

Over the past few years, intermittent fasting has become increasingly popular as a weight-loss strategy....

Healthcare Professionals Transitioning to Health Technology Industry

The health technology industry is growing rapidly and there is an increasing number of healthcare...

A Comparison of American and European Guidelines for Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. In an effort to reduce the...

How Menopause Can Affect Your Heart Health

For many women, menopause marks the beginning of a new chapter in life. But along...

Promoting Healthy Diet and Physical Activity for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Women

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), cardiovascular disease is the leading...

Aortic Aneurysm Measurements and Gender

Aortic aneurysm measurements are traditionally based on measurements derived from men. However, when evaluating based...

Women and Heart Attacks

Every year, 735,000 Americans have a heart attack. Of those, 625,000 are first-time attacks and...

Strategies to Reduce Low-Value Cardiovascular Care

Low-value cardiovascular care refers to tests, procedures, and treatments that provide no or minimal benefit...

Mechanisms of Exercise Intolerance After COVID-19

It is well established that after infection, there is a general period of physical deconditioning...

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