Study Finds Dogs Are Good For Your HeartDogs aren't just our best friends, they're also good for our health, new research suggests.
Supplements Probably Aren't Helping Your Heart, Research SuggestsMore than half of adults report using dietary supplements, but new research suggests that most vitamins and minerals don't do anything for heart health. Some products, according to a review of hundreds of existing studies, may even increase the risk of stroke.
New Type Of Blood Test Could Help Determine Heart Attacks SoonerA new type of blood test in the emergency room could determine if a patient has had a heart attack sooner.
Eating Cheese Won't Increase Risk Of Heart Problems, Study SaysResearchers say eating dairy products won’t increase your risk of developing heart problems later on in life.
Task Force: Low-Dose Daily Drug Can Reduce Risk Of First Heart Attack, StrokeThe U.S. Preventive Services Task Force advises all middle-aged people with even one risk factor for heart disease take a cholesterol-lowering drug called a statin to prevent having a heart attack or stroke in the first place.
Local Doctors Stress Importance Of Cardiac Rehab Following Heart AttackIt's one of the best things for people to do after they've had a heart attack, but only one-third of heart attack survivors actually do it.
Australian Study Shows Anger Increases Risk Of Heart AttackTwo new studies are highlighting some factors that may increase a person’s risk of developing certain cardiovascular issues.
Heart Health Quiz QuestionsFebruary is Heart Health Awareness Month! How much do you know about heart health? Take the quiz below and check your answers here:
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Doctors Treating More Athletes For Atrial FibrillationHe went out for a team run when suddenly his chest felt funny and his vision closed down for a few minutes.
Clarithromycin Linked To Increased Risk Of Cardiac DeathNew research finds the antibiotic clarithromycin is associated with an increased risk of heart deaths.