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  1. High Blood Pressure and Eye Disease

    WebMD experts explain how hypertension can lead to eye disease.

  2. Treating Heart Failure With Aldactone

    Learn how the diuretic aldactone can be used to treat heart failure.

  3. When to Call the Doctor About Your Heart Failure

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

  4. 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.

  5. Monitoring Heart Failure

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

  6. The Basics of Cholesterol

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

  7. Heart Disease and Electrophysiology Testing

    Learn more from WebMD about the use of electrophysiology testing for diagnosing arrythmia, or abnormal heart rhythms.

  8. Common Heart Disease Drugs

    WebMD takes a look at the various medications used to treat heart disease, from ACE inhibitors to beta-blockers to potassium.

  9. Heart Disease and Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery

    WebMD explains various heart bypass surgery procedures.

  10. 9 Tips for a Heart-Healthy Diet

    A key to preventing or slowing heart disease is eating a heart-healthy diet full of lean protein, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

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