Are “heart-healthy” vitamin formulations a good idea? The benefits of heart health vitamins remain unproven, and some even pose risks. To stay on track for optimum heart health, the prescription is clear: Maintain a healthy diet, take your prescribed medications and follow the advice of your physician.
A surprising number of heart attacks occur without the usual symptoms. A cardiologist explains what you should look for and when to seek treatment.
Worried about the affects of COVID-19 on your blood pressure? Find out if there is a connection, and how to keep your numbers in the healthy range.
Holiday heart syndrome is when overeating (and overindulging in alcohol) leads to an irregular heartbeat. Here’s how to avoid it.
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These fatty type of lipids found in your blood can be dangerous for your health. Learn how to manage them with helpful suggestions from a cardiologist.
You might see a cardiologist if you have a family history of heart disease or to make sure any heart-related problems, like high blood pressure, are under control.
Snow shoveling is strenuous, and can put a strain on your heart. But experts offer easy tips you can use to reduce your chances of having a heart attack while shoveling snow.
Understand the relationship between stress and blood pressure and how you can work on both to live healthier.
Should you take a daily aspirin? It depends on your risk factors and medical history, as only people with a previous history of heart-related problems or conditions should take daily aspirin
We all keep ibuprofen and aspirin in our medicine cabinets, but if you’re being treated for a heart condition, you may want to think twice before reaching for these pain-relieving staples.