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  1. Your Doctor's Exam for Heart Failure

    Learn more from WebMD about what a doctor might look for - and the office tests that might be performed - to determine if you have heart failure.

  2. Heart Failure and Calcium Channel Blockers

    WebMD explains the use of calcium channel blockers to treat heart failure.

  3. Treating Heart Failure with Diuretics

    WebMD explains why diuretics are used to treat heart failure and how they work.

  4. Frequently Asked Questions About Heart Failure

    WebMD answers common questions about heart failure.

  5. Metabolic Syndrome

    Metabolic syndrome can lead to heart disease, diabetes, and kidney damage. WebMD explains.

  6. Diagnosing Heart Disease With Cardiac Computed Tomography (CT)

    Learn more from WebMD about high-tech tests for heart disease, including CT scans, PET scans, total body CT scans, calcium-score screening, and coronary CT angiography.

  7. Treating Severe Heart Failure

    Severe heart failure may be treated with inotropic therapy. Learn more from WebMD about this treatment.

  8. 9 Tips for a Heart-Healthy Diet

    A key to preventing or slowing heart disease is eating a heart-healthy diet full of lean protein, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

  9. Heart Failure and a Low-Salt Diet

    Read about the benefits of a low-salt diet for people with heart failure, including tips for cooking and dining out.

  10. Heart Disease and Electrophysiology Testing

    Learn more from WebMD about the use of electrophysiology testing for diagnosing arrythmia, or abnormal heart rhythms.

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