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Medical Reference Related to Heart Health

  1. Cholesterol Management Resources

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

  2. Cholesterol, Blood Pressure, and Heart Disease Resources

    Here are some helpful resources for information about cholesterol, blood pressure, and other heart disease topics.

  3. Alternative Treatments for High Cholesterol

    Learn about alternative therapies to help control your cholesterol levels, including herbs, supplements, and dietary approaches.

  4. Cholesterol Medications

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

  5. Cholesterol Management and Food

    What role does soy, fish, oatmeal, and nuts have in managing your cholesterol? Find out.

  6. High Cholesterol in Children

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

  7. Heart Failure and Stress Management

    WebMD offers tips for heart patients on managing everyday stress.

  8. Atherosclerosis and High Blood Pressure

    High blood pressure is a major cause of atherosclerosis, the artery-clogging process that leads to heart attacks and strokes. Find out more.

  9. Heart Failure Treatment With Potassium and Magnesium Supplements

    Read about potassium or magnesium supplements and how they're used to treat heart failure.

  10. High Blood Pressure and Drug Safety

    Some common medicines can raise blood pressure. Which should you avoid when you have high blood pressure?

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