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Sudden Cardiac Arrest: What you don't Know CAN Hurt you!Every day in the US, more than 1,000 people go into cardiac arrest. Only about 10 percent of them survive.
5 Sweet Reasons to ‘Heart’ Berries, A Tasty Addition to Cardiovascular CuisineSummer’s here, and the time is ripe for celebrating all the heart-healthy reasons to love berries!
Ten Things For Heart HealthExperts from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center offer 10 Tips to 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.
Good-for-You Foods Can Be Tasty, TooElisabeth Moore, RD, LDN, author of the Hungry Heart Cookbook is a registered dietitian at BIDMC answers patients’ questions about nutrition and cardiovascular health.
VIDEO:The Perfect Exercise After Heart AttackExperts say walking the the best way to recover after a heart attack.
VIDEO:How Terry Got His Game Back: Advanced Therapy for Aortic StenosisTerry Chadbourne, shares how he made lifestyle changes once diagnosed with aortic stenosis. Video by BIDMC.
VIDEO: When You Can't Catch Your Breath: Diagnosing and Treating Heart FailureDr. Robb Kociol, MD, Director of Left Ventricular Assist Device Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, talks about the various factors when diagnosing and treating heart failure.
To Be Or Not To Be... On Statins?Newly released guidelines for the use of cholesterol-lowering statin drugs recently erupted into an unusual headline-grabbing dispute among heart care experts, leaving patients in a state of bewilderment.
The Troubled Heart: How Depression and Anxiety Impact Heart DiseaseEveryone feels sad or anxious occasionally. But for some, depression and/or anxiety can be more extreme, affecting both psychological and physical health.
Looks Matter: The Signs Of Aging That Can Signal Heart DiseaseAs if getting older is not challenging enough, research points to certain signs of aging as a marker for higher risk of heart disease.
Top Five Foods For Prevention Of Heart DiseaseHeart 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.

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