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    Medical Reference Related to Heart Health

    1. Heart Disease and Heart Attacks

      Learn what happens during a heart attack, including information about symptoms and treatment.

    2. What Is Intermittent Claudication?

      Do your legs hurt when you exercise? It could be intermittent claudication. Here's what you need to know.

    3. Heart Disease and Lowering Cholesterol

      Learn more from WebMD about "good" and "bad" cholesterol, and how they affect your risk of developing heart disease.

    4. What Are LVADs for Heart Failure?

      An LVAD can keep your heart pumping while you wait for a transplant or heal from heart surgery. Here's what to expect if you get an LVAD.

    5. Statins for High Cholesterol

      Drug details for Statins for high cholesterol.

    6. Understanding Cholesterol: Diagnosis and Treatment

      Learn about the diagnosis and treatment of cholesterol problems.

    7. Do You Need More Than One Cholesterol Drug?

      Sometimes, one cholesterol drug just won’t cut it. Learn when you might need more.

    8. Heart Disease and Homocysteine

      WebMD looks at the link between heart disease and an amino acid called homocysteine, which shows up in the blood after eating meat.

    9. Pitting Edema

      Swollen, puffy skin? Here's what could be causing your edema.

    10. Heart Failure and Stress Management

      If you have heart failure, stress management is an important topic. Find out what it may be able to do for you and, more importantly, how to do it.

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