Broccoli Sprouts May Protect Heart
A powerful antioxidant found in broccoli and broccoli sprouts may help protect the heart from high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke.
Calorie Restriction Lowers Heart Risk
Severely restricting calories has been shown to slow aging and prolong life in mice and rats. Now early research hints that the same just might be true in humans.
3 Heart Numbers That Can Change Your Life
Your blood pressure, cholesterol, and waist size can forecast your risk for heart disease. Here's how to get those numbers where you want them.
Dark Beer May Be Better for the Heart
New research shows dark beer is richer in flavonoids, which have powerful antioxidant effects, than light beer.
Statin-Aspirin Combo Pack Approved by FDA
The FDA approved a new drug combination package called Pravigard PAC that combines two drugs commonly used to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, Pravachol (pravastatin sodium) and buffered aspirin.
The Future of Your Heart Attack
The future of your heart attack.
Chocolate Is Good for the Heart
Cocoa and Dark Chocolate Contain Heart-Healthy Stuff, but Fruit Still Has Them Beat
Doctors Present Recipient of Artificial Heart to Public
The man who received the first self-contained artificial heart stepped into the public eye Tuesday, saying, "I knew I had no more chances."
A Vacation Away Keeps the Doctor at Bay
Surveys Show Americans Don't Use Their Leave Time
Heart Meeting Serves Up New Menu Choices
This just in: Consuming at least a serving of fatty fish -- such as tuna, salmon, or mackerel -- per week can slash seniors' risk of heart attack.