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  1. Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

    WebMD explains the link between diabetes and high blood pressure.

  2. Metabolic Syndrome

    Metabolic syndrome may be a debated condition, but the risks are real. Here's why you should care.

  3. 11 Questions About Metabolic Syndrome

    To reduce your risks of metabolic syndrome -- and improve your health -- ask your doctor these quick questions.

  4. Symptoms of Heart Disease

    WebMD explains the symptoms of various types of heart disease.

  5. Helping Loved Ones With Heart Disease Eat Right

    WebMD offers tips for adopting a heart-healthy diet if you or a loved one has heart disease.

  6. Keeping Track of Your Heart Medicines

    WebMD gives you tips for keeping track of heart disease medications for yourself and loved ones.

  7. Heart Rhythm Disorders

    Heart rhythm disorders come in many different forms. Learn more about arrhythmias, or irregular heart beats, from WebMD.

  8. Heart Disease, Electrocardiogram, and Specialized EKGs

    WebMD explains how electrocardiograms (EKGs) and specialized EKGs -- like holter monitors and event monitors -- can help test for heart disease.

  9. Heart Valve Disease Treatment

    WebMD describes the various types of heart valve disease and their treatment options.

  10. Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD) for Heart Failure

    WebMD looks at how a left ventricular assist device -- also called a LVAD -- can help a heart weakened by heart failure.

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