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Medical Reference Related to Heart Health

  1. Helping Your Loved One With Heart Disease Eat Right

    WebMD explains how important healthy eating is for people with heart disease. Here's an overview of a heart-healthy diet.

  2. Monitoring Heart Failure

    These tips can help you monitor your heart failure and track your treatment plan.

  3. When to Call the Doctor About Your Heart Failure

    If you have heart failure, these symptoms warrant a call to your doctor.

  4. The Basics of Cholesterol

    Learn about cholesterol, including the types, the factors that affect cholesterol levels, and how high cholesterol is treated.

  5. Heart Failure and Calcium Channel Blockers

    WebMD explains the use of calcium channel blockers to treat heart failure.

  6. Metabolic Syndrome

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

  7. High Cholesterol: Healthy Choices When Eating Out

    WebMD tells you more about making heart-healthy choices when eating out.

  8. Glossary of Terms: Cholesterol, Heart Disease, and High Blood Pressure

    Check your knowledge with this glossary of terms related to lifestyle (diet, exercise, etc.) and cholesterol, heart disease, and high blood pressure.

  9. Treating Severe Heart Failure

    Severe heart failure may be treated with inotropic therapy. Learn more from WebMD about this treatment.

  10. Heart Murmur Introduction and Symptoms

    Learn more from WebMD about heart murmurs, which are usually harmless.

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