The hectic pace of modern life has some turning to energy drinks. But how safe are they, particularly for the heart?
Getting the flu often just means a few days of feeling lousy, but for some, it can have dangerous effects on the heart.
Heart disease is the leading killer of both men and women, but the symptoms of a heart attack often differ by gender.
If you have heart disease, the foods you eat can help prevent a recurrence, according to a new study.
You probably know that regular, moderate exercise can result in many health benefits. But you may be surprised to learn that prolonged, intensive endurance exercise on an Olympian scale can actually damage your heart.
While you may not hear “Take two chocolates and call me in the morning” after a visit to the cardiologist, chocolate really is a food with health benefits for your heart.
It’s no secret that certain drugs can interact with each other. What you may not know is that certain everyday foods and over-the-counter (OTC) remedies can also interact with cardiovascular medications, sometimes with serious health consequences.
Most women lead busy lives caring for their families, their homes, and their careers—though some may not often think about Coronary Heart Disease and their overall heart health.
You can’t see it and usually can’t feel it—according to the American Heart Association, 79 million Americans have Cardiovascular Disease.
A patient shares her story after suffering a stroke at the age of 33. Today, Lily Burns is healthy and active after undergoing surgery to repair a hole in her heart.