At Quaker, we know that there’s more to heart health than diet and exercise. Unhealthy stress levels can have a negative impact on your heart health. Keep your stress down and you’ll enjoy life more each day. Your well-being is one of our main concerns, and that’s why we offer information and tips for reducing your stress level and helping to lower the health risks associated with it.
A stroke is a very serious and often life-threatening occurrence. We can help you educate yourself about the risk factors associated with strokes in order to help minimize your chances of having one.
A new study shows that mental stress can trigger abnormal heart rhythms, which could lead to serious trouble. We’ll help you find out more about the research details so you can work to lessen the mental stress in your life.
Understanding the numbers associated with blood pressure is very important, but can be a little confusing. If you’re having trouble determining whether or not your blood pressure is at a normal level, refer to our helpful chart or consult your physician.
Did you know that adding more potassium to your diet may help reduce your risk of high blood pressure? Learn more about the surprising benefits of potassium and where best to find it with this article.
Stress is a part of our everyday lives. Some stress is inevitable, but when it gets out of control, it can do serious damage to your mental and physical health. Quaker has some tips for healthy ways to manage your stress.
What is a stroke? How do the two types of strokes vary? Who is at risk? Learn the key points you need to know – plus, discover simple ways you can help control the risk factors.
Don't stress out about stress. Learn to deal with it in healthy, positive and productive ways. It's easy when you've got the right attitude – along with a list of helpful tips.