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  1. 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.

  2. Heart Valve Disease Treatment

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

  3. Heart Failure Medication Guidelines

    WebMD provides guidelines for taking your heart medication whether you're at home or on the road.

  4. Keeping a Cholesterol Diary

    If you have high cholesterol, keep a diary to track your progress toward healthy cholesterol levels.

  5. Heart Failure Symptoms

    WebMD explains the symptoms of heart failure, such as swelling and shortness of breath.

  6. Heart Failure Resources

    WebMD offers a list of resources for heart failure information.

  7. 5 Misconceptions About High Blood Pressure

    There are many misconceptions about high blood pressure and its treatment. WebMD explains five of the most common myths.

  8. Arginine: Heart Benefits and Side Effects

    WebMD examines the use of arginine (L-arginine) to improve heart health. Find out where it comes from, if supplementation works, and its possible side effects.

  9. How Do You Treat Metabolic Syndrome?

    Treating metabolic syndrome may take a multipronged approach, including lifestyle changes and, in some cases, drugs.

  10. Risk Factors for Heart Disease

    WebMD explains the risk factors for heart disease, the leading cause of death in the U.S.

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