Heart Condition Heart Attack Articles
Risk factors, underlying causes, and outcomes of heart attacks are different for men and women, according to a statement by the AHA.
It's safe to say there is plenty of hard science to back up the health benefit claims of green tea. More specifically, evidence suggests the harmful effects of the oxidation of cholesterol in the bloodstream…
It frustrates me to think of all the simple things I could have done to raise my HDL cholesterol and prevent heart disease decades ago. Today, I'm sharing them with you so you can take…
Research published in the January 2016 issue of JACC: Heart Failure suggests that doctors may want to reconsider recommending that heart failure patients reduce their salt intake.
Research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association confirms that using common sleep apnea treatments could help lower blood pressure and improve your health.
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…
It's no secret that a good night's rest is key to a healthy life. But how big of an impact does your beauty sleep have on your heart?
Many patients who have suffered a heart attack worry about their ability to resume a regular sex life.
There’s growing evidence that beer may have positive effects on your heart health.
Heart attacks can’t always be avoided. The best way to survive is to know what to do if you have possible heart attack symptoms.
If you have a history of coronary heart disease, you may be at risk for osteoporosis.
When you've had a heart attack, stroke or coronary disease, it's especially important to reduce the amount of stress in your life.
The first month after you've had a heart attack can be nerve wracking as you return to normal life and learn to live a healthy lifestyle.
Learn to recognize the symptoms of heart attacks in women so you can get proper treatment
New research finds that the arm access point to the heart may prevent more bleeding and deaths. Learn more at Heart Connect.
It only takes a few minutes to evaluate these factors to determine your possible risk of a heart attack.