Heart Insight Winter 2017 featuring The Ups & Downs of Blood Pressure: Understanding fluctuations & getting your best readings
Aimee Rodriguez-Zepeda thought her greatest trial was over after she survived cancer at 33. But six years later, she was diagnosed with heart failure, a side effect of chemotherapy.
Research suggests that there is a possible modest benefit from various types of “sitting meditation.”
Being born with a heart defect may raise the odds of later developing dementia, especially early-onset dementia, a new study finds.
Women with bigger waists relative to their hips face a higher risk of heart attacks than men with a similar body shape, according to a new study.
By her own admission, Portia Rindos was doing just about everything wrong before passing out at work. At some level, she knew that was taking her down a path going nowhere good. Luckily her doctor helped her take control of her heart health.
Marcie Wilson wrestled with AFib for years before getting an ablation. Today this CVD community outreach nurse gets to share what she has learned about heart healthy living every day.
Keeping cholesterol under control is essential to our health. Doing so may mean taking prescribed medication. We’ve got the scoop on the various treatments and how they work to lower cholesterol and the risk of heart disease and stroke.
People can have high blood pressure for years without knowing, causing damage in the body that can’t be undone. Knowing your blood pressure number and making the changes that matter to keep it under control can go a long way toward preventing heart attack, stroke and kidney disease.