Heart Failure and Caregiver Burnout
Are you stressed out from caring for a loved one with heart failure? WebMD tells you how to recognize caregiver burnout and what to do about it.
Frequently Asked Questions About Heart Failure
Heart failure can bring about many queries, from both people who have it and people who care for people who have it. We answer some of the most popular.
Heart Failure Overview
Learn about heart failure, including causes, symptoms, stages, and treatment.
Your Doctor's Exam for Heart Failure
Find out what a doctor might look for -- and the tests that might be performed -- to see if you have heart failure.
6 Cooking Oils Explained: What to Use, What to Avoid
When you have hypertension, which oils should you make part of your cooking routine?
High Blood Pressure and Atherosclerosis
WebMD experts explain the link between high blood pressure and atherosclerosis, also called hardening of the arteries.
What Is Borderline Cholesterol?
Have you been told that you have "borderline" cholesterol? Find out what that means and what you should do about it.
Why Do I Need a Holter Monitor?
Does your heart race, slow, or beat unevenly? Learn how a simple at-home tool called a Holter monitor gives the doctor a snapshot of your heart's activity.
What Is Bigeminy?
Here's what causes bigeminy, a type of heart arrhythmia, and how it can be treated.
Heart Disease and Caregiver Burnout
Treating heart disease could require the help of a caregiver. WebMD helps you recognize when a caregiver may suffer from burnout.