Increased Activity In Part Of Brain Could Predict Stress-Related Heart Attack RiskStress and heart attacks have long been linked, but researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital may now know exactly why.
Middleton Fire Chief Saved By Coworkers After Suffering Heart AttackMiddleton firefighters rushed to save the life of their chief who was in cardiac arrest following a heart attack.
AHA Says Heart Attack Symptoms Are Different In WomenHeart attacks in women may have different causes and symptoms, and some risk factors may be even more dangerous in women than men.
Off-Duty Norwood Police Officer Helps Man Who Suffered Heart AttackAn off-duty Norwood Police officer helped save a man who suffered a heart attack while playing hockey in Quincy Thursday night.
Boy Scout Leader Dies On Father's Day Hike In White MountainsA Boy Scout leader leading a troop from Maryland on a hike in the White Mountains died of an apparent heart attack Sunday.
What Every Woman Needs to Know About Heart Attacks: Recognizing Symptoms is Only Part of the StoryHeart attacks are primarily a problem for middle-aged men, right? Think again. Every year, about 460,000 women in the U.S. suffer a heart attack.
Special Vest Shocks Life Back Into Rutland ManPete Sweeney was saved by a special defibrillator vest after suffering sudden cardiac arrest while watching a Bruins game.
Ten Things For Heart HealthExperts from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center offer 10 Tips to Heart Health.
Be Still My Beating HeartWhen we speak of love and romance, our pulses race and our hearts “skip a beat.” But do any of us stop to consider the timeless affinity between sex and heart health?
Matters of the HeartNo bigger than the size of your closed fist, the mighty muscular organ known as the heart is responsible for pumping blood throughout the network of vessels that make up your body’s circulatory system.
Back from the BrinkNobody expects to experience sudden cardiac arrest and the possibility of brain injury — especially an active young mother with a healthy lifestyle.
BIDMC Scientist Testing microRNAs as Heart Disease BiomarkerBIDMC cardiologist Saumya Das, MD, PhD, is leading a large national study to identify microRNAs that might serve as biomarkers in patients with heart disease.