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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States. Learn how to protect your heart and recognize the signs of a heart attack.
Having a heart attack doesn’t automatically mean you’ll feel chest-clutching pain. Learn some of the more subtle signs from cardiologist Dr. Raj Kattar.
Hands-Only CPR could save a life. Here's what to do when someone's have a heart attack.
Sodium is everywhere! These practical tips from Tara Farley, RDN, will help you reduce your intake of this sneaky ingredient.
Nourish your heart and protect against disease with these three meals enjoyed by heart experts.
It could be stress or activity temporarily raising your blood pressure, or you could be checking it wrong at home. Here's how to get accurate results.
Dietitian Liz Satterthwaite shares the foods you should eat more of and less of to properly fuel your heart.
Start improving your heart health at your next meal! Here are six specific foods (plus recipes) that are especially good for your heart.
Prolonged use of NSAIDs, such as aspirin and ibuprofen, can affect how your body protects the heart. Learn more from cardiologist Dr. Kamala Tamirisa.
From small to large stressors, the events of our lives play a role in how our body functions.
Chrys Peterson talks with Dr. Tamirisa about a healthy heart rate, at rest and during exercise. Is your heart rate healthy?