Two new studies are highlighting some factors that may increase a person’s risk of developing certain cardiovascular issues.
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He went out for a team run when suddenly his chest felt funny and his vision closed down for a few minutes.
New research finds the antibiotic clarithromycin is associated with an increased risk of heart deaths.
Many people take a medicine called Digoxin, DIG for short.
Niacin, which is vitamin B3, has been prescribed for years to people with high cholesterol because it lowers the bad LDL (low density lipoproteins) and raises the good HDL (high density lipoproteins).
Forget what you think you know about heart disease. There’s new information that’s shaking things up a bit.
Millions of Americans take medication to keep the cholesterol in check.
You’ve heard of smartphones, but how about smart clothes?
Wilma Fisher enjoyed walking with her family, but last August, when she couldn’t do it anymore, she knew something was wrong.
During a cold snap, heart attacks go up.
Janet Ghise’s 14-year-old dog, Maggie, died unexpectedly at a kennel while she was on vacation. The Bethel Park native was devastated at the loss of her pet.
New guidelines out today could put many more people on cholesterol-lowering drugs.
Emergency care for heart attacks is getting a new focus.