cardiovascular disease

belly fat | Longevity LIVE

Belly fat and menopause seem to hand-in-hand, and it’s affecting more and more women nowadays. Whether you’re struggling with a few unwanted rolls around your waist or a spare tire that just won’t budge, you’re not alone. However, belly fat goes further than just being an aesthetic problem – research

heart | Longevity LIVE

According to a recent research letter published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, there seems to be an increase in heart-failure-related cardiovascular death rates amongst younger adults (aged 35 to 64) over the last decade.  Additionally, a separate study from the month of February revealed that younger American

heart | Longevity LIVE

In South Africa, cardiovascular disease (CVD/heart disease), which includes coronary artery disease (CAD), is the leading cause of death after HIV/Aids and the most frequent cause of death worldwide today (1). More South Africans die of CVD than of all the cancers combined. A common symptom of CAD is angina, yet

exercise | Longevity LIVE

Ground breaking research conducted at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre in Los Angeles confirms that daily exercise can improve sexual function in “all” men who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED). What makes the research so significant is that for the first time a study was done that represented a racially diverse group

heart disease | Longevity LIVE

Looking after your heart should be a priority for anyone who wants to live a long life. And according to South African statistics – this message isn’t quite hitting home yet as heart disease is, still, the number one killer in the country. In fact, 1:3 men and 1:4 women will develop a heart condition