Tag Archives: American Heart Association

Your lifestyle can protect your brain – small lifestyle changes largely reduce stroke risk

Dear Dr. Mo: Someone I know has just had a stroke. What can I do to reduce my risks of stroke? I’m middle aged and generally in good health. Dear reader: What we have long suspected, the latest study published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke confirms: By making… Read more »

The Egg myth debunked – eggs won’t kill you after all

Dear Dr. Mo: Should I or shouldn’t I eat eggs and are they healthy in any way? People keep saying eggs are full of cholesterol and should be avoided but, is this true? Dear reader: Contrary to a wide-spread belief (or myth), eggs are very healthy food and a healthy… Read more »