Can Energy Drinks Harm Your Heart?

Cleveland HeartLab diet, exercise, heart attack and stroke, lifestyle habits, vitamins and supplements

Energy drinks are popular with people who want a power boost, including children and athletes. But these drinks, which contain caffeine, sugar, herbs, and other ingredients, may do more harm than good. A recent study from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston found that having just one energy drink had a bad effect on the flow of more »

5 Everyday Habits to Lower Inflammation and Help Your Heart and Brain Health

Cleveland HeartLab diet, exercise, inflammation

It can take years for hidden inflammation to harm your health, raising your risk for heart attacks and stroke. Fortunately this damage can be reversed. Over time, a poor diet (too much sugar, for example), lack of exercise, a smoking habit, and other personal lifestyle choices may lead to low levels of long-term, continuing inflammation. This type of inflammation can more »