Bacon, Soda & Too Few Nuts Tied To Big Portion Of US DeathsGorging on bacon, skimping on nuts? These are among food habits that new research links with deaths from heart disease, strokes and diabetes.
Fitness Instructor Survives Heart Attack And Inspires Others To Fight Heart Disease
Study Details Sugar Industry Attempt To Shape ScienceThe sugar industry began funding research that cast doubt on sugar's role in heart disease - in part by pointing the finger at fat - as early as the 1960s.
'Big Lebowski' Actor David Huddleston Dies At 85Huddleston, the character actor best known for portraying titular roles in "The Big Lebowski" and "Santa Claus: The Movie," has died...
Decline In Heart, Stroke-Related Deaths StallsAfter years of steady improvement in the mortality rate caused by heart diseases, a new study shows that the decline has stalled.
Google Looks for 'Maverick' To Lead Research Co-Venture With American Heart AssociationGoogle Life Sciences is teaming with the American Heart Association to find new ways to fight heart disease.
Stanford Launches iPhone App To Determine Person’s ‘Heart Age,’ Ways To Improve Heart HealthResearchers at Stanford University have launched a new app that lets iPhone users measure the health of their hearts and could help scientists study ways to prevent and treat heart disease.
UCSF Study Suggests Secondhand Marijuana Smoke As Bad As Tobacco Smoke For Heart HealthBreathing secondhand marijuana smoke may be just as bad for your heart as tobacco smoke, according to preliminary research from UCSF.
U.S. Sen. Boxer Seeks Solutions For Preventable Medical Errors In California Hospitals Heart disease and cancer rank as the number one and two, leading causes of death in America, but few people know that medical errors ranks third, killing up to 440,000 people a year.
KCBS Animal Update: The Health Benefits Of Having PetsMany companies have begun to allow pets into the workplace. Dr. Jennifer Scarlett with the San Francisco SPCA explains why she thinks this is a win-win policy.
HealthWatch: Kaepernicking For Kids With Heart DefectsOn Sunday, a lot of eyes will be San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, but in the Central Valley, a lot of hearts are already beating in appreciation.
HealthWatch: Reno Putting Its Money On Disease PreventionThe United States will spend roughly $2.5 trillion this year on health care. Almost three-quarters of that is spent treating chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease. But now, just across state line in Reno, there is a new approach: the city is putting its money on prevention.