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    1. What Is Bigeminy?

      Here's what causes bigeminy, a type of heart arrhythmia, and how it can be treated.

    2. Heart Disease and Caregiver Burnout

      Treating heart disease could require the help of a caregiver. WebMD helps you recognize when a caregiver may suffer from burnout.

    3. Your Heart Rate

      Your heart rate is an important number to know. How do you measure it? What should it be during exercise? The answers lie ahead.

    4. Signs Your Treatment Isn't Working

      With heart failure, even if you're a model patient, you need to watch for new or returning symptoms. Here are seven things to tell your doctor about.

    5. Can You Die of a Broken Heart?

      Is there really such a thing as broken heart syndrome? Yes, and you can take steps to prevent it.

    6. Metabolic Syndrome

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

    7. CPR

      Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

    8. Understanding Heart Disease -- Diagnosis and Treatment

      WebMD's guide to the diagnosis and treatment of various types of heart disease.

    9. How to Eat Right and Exercise with Heart Disease

      If you know you have heart disease, exercise and diet are more important than ever. Find out how they can help and which types are best.

    10. Heart Disease and High Blood Pressure

      Learn more from WebMD about controlling high blood pressure - a major risk factor for heart disease -- through diet and lifestyle changes and, if needed, medication.

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