The nation’s number one killer is heart disease. The good news is you can protect yourself against it.
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Symptoms of Heart Attacks in Women | Blog Post
February is American Heart Month—29 days dedicated to raising awareness of heart disease. More ›
10 Foods to Help Improve Heart Health | Blog Post
February is National Heart Month, which gives us all a great excuse to take a look at whether our lifestyles are helping or hurting our tickers. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death ...
Heart problems are a theme in my family. Both my mother and my brother have mitral valve prolapse — a fancy way of saying that the valve doesn't close properly, which can cause an irregular...
A Gene Tweak Could Keep Heart Young | Article
Suppressing it improved cardiac function in aging mice, scientists report
Managing Prehypertension Without Drugs | Article
Even if your blood pressure is normal or high-normal, you're still at increased risk for hypertension (high blood pressure), the condition in which your heart works too hard and the resulting forceful...
For Women: Take This Risk to Heart | Article
Women often perceive heart disease as an older person's disease that need not concern them until menopause.
The Lowdown on Low Blood Pressure | Article
Doctors often consider chronically low blood pressure too low only if it drops suddenly or causes noticeable symptoms.
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