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Feb. 3 is the 15th anniversary of National Wear Red Day. Here's some of the great change that's happened as well as some of the work that has yet to be done.
Heart disease survivor Andrea Burgel talks about discovering her unknown heart condition in an EP study with Dr. Tamirisa.
What do toothaches and cankles have in common? Learn more about the symptoms that are often overlooked but may indicate a heart problem.
Health conditions, lifestyle factors and relationships can all negatively impact sexual desire, leading to the most common sexual dysfunction among women.
A great source of vitamin D, sunshine can help prevent heart disease, cancer and depression.
Dr. Brian Dolsey explains why African Americans are at a higher risk for heart disease and what steps can be taken to reduce risk.
Feb. 5 is Go Red For Women Day. But it's not just women who can participate in this day of awareness about heart disease. How men can join the efforts too.
Four simple steps can help make your home-cooked meals healthier. Learn what they are from this celebrity chef.
Playing reduces the risk for obesity, heart disease and high blood pressure later in life.
Quitting smoking, or encouraging your loved one to quit, is one of the seven things we can do to cut our heart disease risk by 70%.
Limiting your tv watching can make your heart healthier. Here's how.