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Top Heart Health Stories of 2008: Readers' Choice

Here some of the most viewed heart health stories of the year.
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The unexpected death of NBC Meet the Press host Tim Russert in June shocked many Americans, who suddenly saw themselves at risk for heart trouble.  Heart-healthy diets gained traction in 2008, along with tips for recognizing symptoms of heart disease.

Those topics are among the most viewed heart-related stories on WebMD for 2008.

2008 Year in Review

Sex and skin, digestion and diet, matters of the heart, mind, and more -- these hot topics attracted WebMD readers in 2008.

Take a look at the year's top health stories, slideshows, and video.

 

  1. Whole Grains Fight Belly Fat
  2. Tim Russert's Death: Questions, Answers
  3. Recognizing Women's Heart Attack Symptoms
  4. Too Many Eggs Risky?
  5. Why Belly Fat Hurts the Heart
  6. Few Know the 5 Stroke Warning Symptoms
  7. Smoking Pot a Risk for Serious Heart Problems
  8. Heartier Benefits Seen From Oatmeal
  9. Newsman Tim Russert Dies
  10. Toni Braxton's Microvascular Angina: FAQ

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