Half of America’s 3.8 billion annual prescriptions are used incorrectly or never filled. Pharmacist Heather Free explains how to get a medication education.
Ruth Mercado didn’t feel her doctor was taking her symptoms seriously. Because she works for the American Heart Association, she knew she needed to find a new doctor – thank goodness she did.
Women with familial high cholesterol can typically conceive, carry to term and breastfeed – but there are still important things to consider.
Understanding ATTR-CM, an underdiagnosed and previously untreatable cause of heart failure.
Improving health is part of the prescription for anyone with cardiac issues. Understanding how to set reasonable goals — and achieving them — can lead to living longer and a better quality of life.
A new generation of tobacco products threatens to addict a new generation of users to nicotine, a report warns.
A new study shows people with mild heart defects have an increased risk of cardiovascular problems later in life.
Spending your golden years in a place with lots of trees and other greenery can be visually pleasing – and it also might be good for your heart, according to a new study.
The benefits of the cholesterol-lowering medicine called statins far outweigh any risk of side effects, according to an analysis of decades of scientific research.
The egg is standard breakfast fare, but is it healthy?