Heart Condition Healthy Lifestyle Articles
A German study linked popular heartburn medications like Prilosec, Nexium, and Prevacid with an increased risk for dementia.
Even if you may not have the most heart-healthy lifestyle, there are probably still small things you're doing to improve your heart health.
Check out these seven tips for being less stressed on the job.
Here is how you redefine ordinary when life requires you to prepare for a potential new normal.
Your thyroid affects many parts of your body, including your heart. Weight gain caused by hypothyroidism could lead to heart problems.
Life with chronic illness can still be satisfying. The most effective way to manage and reduce the impact of illness is to focus on ways to live well.
Writing about difficult experiences, such as chronic illness and trauma, can be an effective way to ease emotional pain, stress, and worry.
When your doctor tells you that you have high cholesterol, you may wonder whether lifestyle changes will be needed to help reduce it. According to Mayo Clinic, following a heart-healthy diet and exercising regularly are…
While there are some high cholesterol risk factors that you can't change, like your family history or your age, there are plenty of lifestyle changes you can make to achieve or maintain healthy cholesterol levels.
New research suggests that people with unhealthy blood cholesterol levels may be more likely to experience tendon pain.
Being married can help prevent heart trouble from occurring, but a new study indicates that it could also improve your odds of survival after heart surgery. The study, published in the journal JAMA Surgery, tracked…
Need help with your New Year's resolutions? Get some ideas on ways to take control of your life from our patient advocate Lana Barhum.
Exercise your rights under HIPAA and learn to be diligent in tracking your medical records.
There’s growing evidence that beer may have positive effects on your heart health.
Engaging in a social community like Heart Connect can help you not only deal with heart conditions but lose weight. Learn more at Heart Connect.