Researchers Say Lower Blood Pressure Could Reduce Heart Disease
17 million people could reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke and even death by following these new guidelines.
Billie Jean King Talks US Open, Serena Williams
The tennis legend shares her thoughts on the tournament and Serena Williams' attempt to win a Grand Slam.
Long Hours at Work Increase Stroke Risk , Says Study
Workers who toil for long hours faced high risk of both stroke and heart attack.
Instant Index: New List of Safest and Most Dangerous Cars
frightening standoff. A young man burst into a Dutch TV studio, holding what looks like a gun, demanding air time. Officers then swarming him. Guns drawn. Security there recently increased after the terror attacks in Paris. It turned out his gun was a fake. A warning tonight about drinking and age.
Heart Disease Is Leading Cause of Pregnancy-Related Deaths
A new study found that women over the age of 35 have the highest risk of fatal complications.
5 Healthy Habits for Women to Cut Risk of Stroke
A new study finds women with healthy diet and lifestyle may cut the risk of stroke in half.
Woman Records Her Own Stroke , Gets Life-Saving Diagnosis
When Stacey Yepes felt symptoms of a stroke, she recorded it on her smartphone and is now getting treatment.
Instant Index: New Medical Review Says an Apple a Day Can Reduce the Risk of Stroke
Our instant index today begins with two new notes from today about health starting with new confirmation an old saying about an apple A new medical review says every day can decrease the risk of stroke by 32%. How much fruit the equivalent of two apples every day it's. To kind of revolution
Second-hand Stress Is Real and Harmful
How to avoid "catching" second-hand stress from your family, co-workers and even strangers.
New Study Suggests Alcohol May Speed Up Memory Loss
And next here, an urgent headline tonight about keeping your memory and drinking alcohol. The journal "neurology" shows that beer and wine speeds up memory loss. But only if you drink a certain amount. How much? The surprising results of the study from abc's matt gutman. Reporter: About now, you