May 17, 2014 Did you know more than 42 million American women are living with some form of heart disease? One in every three women dies of heart disease, yet only about half of women […]
About 1,000 people participated Sunday in the third annual ClimbCorps fund-raiser in the city to help fight heart disease.
As if getting older is not challenging enough, research points to certain signs of aging as a marker for higher risk of heart disease.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death among both men and women in the United States, but there are things you can do to prevent it from developing in the first place.
Hundreds of people participated this weekend in a Brigham and Women’s Hospital effort to combat heart disease literally one step at at time.
Itamar Medical, Inc. of Franklin has developed a simple device that can warn a patient years ahead of time if they are a likely candidate for a heart attack.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold talks about work’s effect on your body.
We’ve asked five top female cardiologists at BIDMC’s CardioVascular Institute to share their tips on what you can do today to protect your heart tomorrow:
Everyone gets cold hands now and then, particularly this winter. But for some people, cold hands could be a sign of a serious health problem.