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  1. How Are Heart Disease and RA Linked?

    WebMD explains the connection between rheumatoid arthritis and heart disease -- and how you can reduce your risk of heart attack.

  2. DASH Diet and High Blood Pressure

    What is the DASH diet and how can it help people with high blood pressure? Find out more.

  3. How to Eat to Protect Your Heart

    Are you eating the wrong foods for heart health? Here's how to eat right to keep your heart going strong.

  4. Safe Exercise for Someone With Heart Disease

    Exercise can be very important to improve the health of a patient with heart disease. WebMD gives tips on how to encourage safe exercise.

  5. Heart Disease and Aspirin Therapy

    WebMD looks at when and why aspirin therapy can be used to treat heart disease.

  6. Warfarin and Other Blood Thinners for Heart Disease

    A look at warfarin, which goes by the brand name Coumadin, and other blood thinners used to treat heart disease.

  7. Heart Disease and Calcium Channel Blocker Drugs

    WebMD explains how calcium channel blocker drugs can increase the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart.

  8. Heart Disease and Beta-Blocker Therapy

    WebMD looks at beta-blocker therapy and heart disease.

  9. Heart Disease and Antiarrhythmics

    WebMD helps you understand how antiarrhythmic drugs can be used to help treat abnormal heart rhythms.

  10. Heart Disease and Treatment With Digoxin

    Learn how the drug digoxin can be used to treat heart disease.

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