High Blood Pressure and Calcium Channel Blockers
Calcium channel blockers are drugs used to lower blood pressure. Learn more from WebMD about how they work and their side effects.
Grapefruit Juice: Is It Affecting Your Medication?
Your morning grapefruit juice may not be a good idea if you're taking certain medications for your heart or other conditions.
High Blood Pressure and Diuretics (Water Pills)
Diuretics are an important treatment for high blood pressure. Learn more from WebMD about how "water pills" work and their side effects.
Heart Disease and Nitrates
Learn more from WebMD about vasodilators, a type of medication used to treat angina and chest pain.
Medications That Cause High Blood Pressure
Learn more from WebMD about which medications might cause high blood pressure or interfere with your hypertension drugs.
Heart Disease and Medication Safety
If you have heart disease, beware of some common medicines that can make your blood pressure and heart rate rise. WebMD explains.
What Does It Mean When My Heart Skips a Beat?
Your heart might skip a beat for many reasons, from caffeine to stress to AFib.
Understanding Heart Failure -- Diagnosis and Treatment
WebMD's guide to the diagnosis and treatment of heart failure.
Heart Failure Treatment
Learn about treatments for heart failure, along with lifestyle changes to manage the condition.
Heart Failure and Beta-Blockers
Beta-blockers are drugs that improve the heart's ability to relax. Learn how this medication is used to treat heart failure.