Handling Heart Disease Emergencies
Sudden cardiac death causes the majority of natural deaths in the U.S. each year. WebMD tells you how to handle heart disease emergencies like sudden cardiac arrest.
How to Handle Heart Emergencies
Sudden cardiac death is responsible for most ''natural deaths'' in the U.S. Learn more from WebMD about what to do if someone near you has a heart emergency.
What Is a Cholesterol Test?
A complete cholesterol test checks your blood to see if your cholesterol and triglycerides are at a healthy level.
High Triglycerides: What You Need to Know
Trying to control high cholesterol and high triglycerides? Manage your cholesterol and triglyceride levels with these simple tips.
Triglycerides and How to Lower Them
WebMD looks at triglyceride levels and how to lower them through medication and lifestyle changes.
Heart Disease and Stress: What's the Link?
WebMD looks at the connection between stress and heart disease, including ways to lower stress levels.
High Blood Pressure, Diet, Exercise, and ED
High blood pressure can cause erectile dysfunction. Learn about lifestyle changes that can reverse the damage.
Red Yeast Rice
Red yeast rice is touted as a cholesterol-reducer. WebMD explains why the FDA banned a few supplements containing its extract and why more research is needed into its health benefits.
What is Peripheral Artery Disease of the Legs?
Peripheral artery disease narrows arteries in the legs, limiting blood flow. Are you one of the 8 million Americans affected by PAD?
Potassium and Your Heart
A diet that includes potassium-rich fruits and vegetables is good for the heart. Learn the role of this mineral in keeping cholesterol, blood pressure, and an abnormal heart rhythm in check.