The science of which foods are — and aren’t — good for your heart can seem to be ever changing. Recent studies have been coming so fast that keeping up starts to feel like mission impossible. The good news is that there’s still more agreement among experts about the basics of diet and the heart … Read More
If you’ve ever popped a piece of dark chocolate into your mouth with the belief its antioxidants make the candy a healthy choice, you may have to find another reason to indulge. A new study says the antioxidant resveratrol, which is found in red wine, dark chocolate and grapes, is not associated with living longer. … Read More
Like your favorite mixed drink, alcohol can be a mixed bag when it comes to your health. From potential benefits to possible risks, these five facts about the effects of drinking may surprise you. [tn3 origin=”album” ids=”622″ transitions=”default”]
Certain foods may put you in the mood for love. Although none have been scientifically proven as aphrodisiacs, some are better than others for getting our blood flowing and stimulating our senses, experts say. [tn3 origin=”album” ids=”171″ transitions=”default” responsive=”1″]
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There has been much news coverage about red wine in moderation being good for the heart. Findings from a study published last month in the journal Circulation Research show that going with non-alcoholic red wine may be even better in some cases. A study of 70 men conducted in Spain found that non-alcoholic red wine … Read More
Is wine and alcohol good for your health? News articles provide all sorts of advice on the topic. Cleveland Clinic Heart Surgeon and co-author of Heart 411, Marc Gillinov, MD, provides insights on what medical experts believe in this brief video.