heart disease

The VICE Guide to Right Now

Israeli Scientists Just Created the World's First 3D-Printed Heart

What a time to be alive.
Shamani Joshi
4.18.19
yikes

Smoking One Cigarette a Day Is Way Worse than Experts Thought

There is no such thing as safe smoking whatsoever, this study concludes.
Troy Farah
3.13.19
Eat This

This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Fast Food a Lot

The Happy Meal may be one of the most paradoxically named products to ever hit the market.
Grant Stoddard
11.12.18
Health

Even Smoking Just One Cigarette a Day Is Dangerous

Just one fag a day is seriously detrimental, raising your risk of heart disease and strokes, especially for men.
VICE Staff
1.25.18
Health

Science Suggests You Stop Eating So Fast

According to a new study from Hiroshima University, savouring your food may reduce the risk of heart disease and obesity.
Phoebe Hurst
11.16.17
obesity

BREAKING NEWS: You Can't Be Both Fat and Fit

Can't believe I'm writing this. What the fuck is going on with the world?
Joe Bish
5.17.17
Health

Good News, Cheese Might Not Increase Your Risk of Heart Disease

Researchers from the University of Reading say that a diet high in dairy products isn’t linked to cardiovascular diseases. In fact, it could actually be good for you.
Daisy Meager
5.9.17
Health

Almost No Processed Foods Are on Track to Meet Salt Reduction Targets

Campaign group Consensus Action on Salt and Health says that only one in 28 foods will meet targets set by Public Health England by the end of the year.
Daisy Meager
3.20.17
Health

Scientists Have Good News for Anyone Who Likes Cheese

It might not clog your arteries as much as we thought!
Phoebe Hurst
3.15.17
diet

You're Eating Too Much Bacon, Not Enough Nuts, Study Says

An absence of good food can be just as bad (and deadly) as too much bad food.
Nick Rose
3.12.17
Health

We’re All Guinea Pigs in a Decades-Long Failed Diet Experiment

"The change in dietary advice to promote low-fat foods is perhaps the biggest mistake in modern medical history." Lovely stuff.
Markham Heid
9.18.16
Health

The US Sugar Industry Paid Scientists to Downplay Sugar’s Health Risks

A report from the University of California, San Francisco suggests that researchers were lobbied by the sugar industry in the 1960s, allegedly to whitewash the link between sugar and heart disease.
Daisy Meager
9.13.16
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