Bad news, winos: Turns out, the University of Connecticut researcher who discovered that red wine has anti-aging qualities actually fabricated a shitload of data. Which means that your purple mouthed cry-juice might not be good for your heart after all.
A recent study may have men reaching for some delicious kale — it turns out that improving heart health may improve erectile function as well.
Drinking six cups of coffee may reduce you ladies to sweaty midmorning jittery paranoia, but it might also be benefiting your heart.
According to new research, women in bad marriages are more likely to have high blood pressure and other risk factors for heart disease. Interestingly, unhappy husbands did not show physiological damage to their health.