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Medical Reference Related to Heart Health

  1. Take Steps to Lower Cholesterol

    You can lower your high cholesterol by changing your daily habits. Ask your doctor what changes you need to make.

  2. Living With Heart Disease

    Tips for living a full life with heart disease.

  3. How to Exercise to Help Prevent Heart Disease

    Exercise -- especially aerobic exercise -- is key to good health for people with heart disease. WebMD provides you guidelines for starting and sticking with a program.

  4. Heart Disease and Antioxidants

    WebMD explains how antioxidants, vitamin E, and beta carotene can help combat heart disease.

  5. Heart Disease and Exercise

    Exercise with heart disease? Adding workouts to your routine may be very helpful to your heart.

  6. 10 Heart-Friendly Breakfast Ideas

    Get breakfast ideas that are delicious and also good for your heart health. Includes carrot-cake oatmeal, skillet granola, and more.

  7. Homozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia

    Learn about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia, a disease that causes very high levels of cholesterol and raises your risk for heart disease.

  8. Cholesterol Management Resources

    WebMD gives you links to more places to go for cholesterol and heart disease information.

  9. High Cholesterol in Children

    Learn about the causes and treatments of high cholesterol in children.

  10. Cholesterol Medications

    Learn about cholesterol-lowering medications available in the U.S.

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