Getting the flu often just means a few days of feeling lousy, but for some, it can have dangerous effects on the heart.
The hectic pace of modern life can make it seem hard to keep up. Some may try turning to energy drinks, which are purported to provide mental and physical stimulation, to help stay revved and alert. But are they safe?
Five simple tips to know, eat, and do to maintain a healthy heart.
Meet George — a patient who’s life was saved by surgeons at the CardioVascular Institute.
Katy Murphy is an energetic five-year-old who spent more than two and a half years on a list for a heart transplant.
Tyler Symes was a freshman back in 2010, when a puck hit him in the chest. He skated to the bench, where he collapsed. His heart simply stopped beating.
Fixing matters of the heart…
BOSTON (CBS) – Faye Fortier has been awaiting a new heart for almost two years. Even as an implanted electric pump keeps her alive, she has mixed feelings about the transplant that will hopefully save […]
Dr. Larry Cohn returns to the NightSide Microphone.
Dr. Lawrence Cohn from Brigham and Women’s Hospital answers questions of the heart.