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One-third of cancer survivors experience lasting heart damage from treatment. A new clinic aims to reduce these harmful effects through collaborative care.
Family history and lifestyle factors contribute to a child's risk of heart disease, even among children in grade school.
AHA guest blogger Beth Langefels isn't quite ready for summer to end, but promises to keep her heart healthy in the upcoming months.
Dr. Brian Dolsey explains why African Americans are at a higher risk for heart disease and what steps can be taken to reduce risk.
Research shows that your lovable ball of fur may do more than warm your heart; it may also keep it healthy.
How to make the most of your steps each day to feel the benefits of walking.
From beginner to advanced, here are the best moves for keeping your heart strong.
Red wine can help your cholesterol and improve blood flow. Cardiologist Dr. Berlacher tells us why.
After a heart attack, a person is 3 times more likely to have depression. Here's why.
ProMedica's "going red" throughout February to raise awareness of the leading cause of death among women in its local community.
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.
Learning to not take life and all its stresses too seriously is a part of healing. A local comedian's take on learning to laugh through sickness and in health.