When people talk about their dogs, some find it hard to hold back a smile. That's because their pooch makes them happy. But dogs are [...]
Niacin is an important B vitamin that may raise your HDL, ("good"), cholesterol. Find out if you should talk to your health care provider about [...]
Those with high blood pressure or who are at risk may want to consider simply saying no to sodium. Dr. Amy Pollak, a Mayo Clinic [...]
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Heart rhythm problems (heart arrhythmias) occur when the electrical impulses that coordinate your heartbeats don't work properly, causing your heart to beat too fast, too [...]
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Many herbal supplements interact with medications for cardiovascular disease. Some of these interactions can be life-threatening.
Herbal supplements are natural, so they must be safe, right? [...]
Millions of Americans have coronary artery disease caused by plaque buildup in their blood vessels. But once heart disease starts, can the damage be undone?
"Studies have shown you [...]
Running a marathon may sound overwhelming, but it could be
the key to better health.
First-time marathon runners significantly improved their cardiovascular
health during training for a 26.2-mile [...]
Statins are medications that reduce your risk of a heart attack and stroke by lowering your cholesterol. Dr. Stephen Kopecky, a Mayo Clinic cardiologist, says [...]
Thinking of starting daily aspirin to prevent heart attack? Here's what you need to know first.
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If you're living with heart failure, you know that physical activity may leave you feeling fatigued or short of breath. If exercise makes you feel [...]
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