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  1. Heart Health Tips From a Top Cardiologist

    Your grandmother, father, and cousin may have heart disease, but even with a strongly inherited predisposition to the condition you can cut your risks dramatically by pursuing a heart healthy lifestyle -- and it's easier than you think. Over 800,000 Americans died from heart attacks and other cardia

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  2. Hot Summer Days Can Make Sick People Sicker

    Most people know that extreme heat can make us sick. But we may think of heat-related illness as something that only affects people who are overdoing it -- like overheated marathon runners, professional athletes, or new recruits doing drills on military bases. But most people who die from heat strok

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  3. Your Healthy Heart: A Woman’s Guide

    If you're like most women, a healthy heart is something you take for granted. And when you hear the words "heart attack," you're more likely to think of your spouse than yourself. But studies show that heart disease is the number 1 threat to a woman's health -- causing nearly 1 in 3 deaths in women

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  4. Are You Headed for a Heart Attack?

    By Susan Ince   The brutal truth: When a woman suffers a heart attack, she is more likely than a man to die, be permanently disabled, or have a second attack within a year. "We could do a lot to give women longer lives and better-quality lives if we could help them recognize heart problems before th

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  5. Recognizing Heart Attack, Stroke, and Angina

    Doctors call it the "Hollywood heart attack": a middle-aged man breaks into a cold sweat, grimaces, and clutches his chest-just like in the movies. Trouble is, in real life, heart attack symptoms don't always announce themselves so dramatically. More often they are insidious and puzzling, such as un

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  6. Kitchen Makeover for a Low Cholesterol Diet

    Let's say you've decided to get serious about reducing your cholesterol. You've committed to exercising more regularly, losing some weight, and starting a low cholesterol diet. But your kitchen, alas, is still full of the not-so-healthy foods you love. It's time to make over your kitchen -- and you

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  7. Sex After a Heart Attack

    As a psychologist who has counseled heart patients for more than thirty years, Wayne Sotile, PhD, knows exactly how much they worry about sex after a heart attack. "And if they're not anxious, believe me, their partner's anxious," he says. Couples worry about triggering a second heart attack, or eve

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  8. Rein In the Rage: Anger and Heart Disease

    If a caller upsets you, do you hurl the phone across the room? Do you curse and blast the horn furiously if the driver in front of you takes three seconds to notice the green light? An angry temperament can hurt more than relationships -- anger and heart disease may go hand in hand, according to exp

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  9. Show Your Love with a Heart-Healthy Dinner

    Cook up our healthy (and romantic!) dinner for that special someone

  10. Accurate or Not? At-Home Cholesterol Tests and Blood Pressure Monitors

    If you have high cholesterol or high blood pressure (or if you're worried about having it), you may have been tempted by the many at-home cholesterol tests and blood pressure monitors currently on the market. The devices promise quick, accurate results in the privacy of your own home, a boon for bus

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