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  1. Abnormal Heart Rhythms and Pacemakers

    WebMD explains how a pacemaker can be used to help control abnormal heart rhythms.

  2. Heart Failure and Caregiver Burnout

    Are you stressed out from caring for a loved one with heart failure? WebMD tells you how to recognize caregiver burnout and what to do about it.

  3. Astragalus Root: Heart Benefits and Side Effects

    WebMD looks at the herb astragalus root and whether or not it offers any specific heart benefits.

  4. Heart Disease Glossary of Terms

    A comprehensive glossary of terms related to heart disease.

  5. Heart Failure and Beta-Blockers

    Beta-blockers are drugs that improve the heart's ability to relax. WebMD looks at how this medication is used to treat heart failure.

  6. Are You at Risk for Metabolic Syndrome

    WebMD explains the risk factors for metabolic syndrome.

  7. Caregiving After Surgery for Heart Failure

    If you are caring for someone with heart failure who has had heart surgery, these tips may help them recover and heal.

  8. Heart Failure and the Echocardiogram

    Learn more about echocardiograms and how they're used in the diagnosis of heart failure.

  9. Heart Failure and Blood Vessel Dilators

    Information on blood vessel dilators, also called vasodilators, and how the drugs can help treat heart failure.

  10. Heart Disease and Heart Attacks

    Learn what happens during a heart attack, including information about symptoms and treatment.

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