- Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
- Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)
- Abnormal Rhythms
- Atrial Fibrillation
- Blood Clots
- Cholesterol Management
- Heart Attack
- Heart Disease
- Heart Failure
- High Blood Pressure & ED
- Metabolic Syndrome
- Stress Tests
- Tuberous Sclerosis
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Could a Broken Heart Have Killed Husband of Slain Texas Teacher?
Irma Garcia was one of two teachers gunned down, along with 19 students, at Robb Elementary School Tuesday. Family members said Thursday that her husband and high school sweetheart, Joe, died of a broken heart.
‘Broken Heart Syndrome’ Also Linked to Happy Hearts
New research shows that a small portion of takotsubo syndrome or "broken heart" heart failure patients actually have "happy heart syndrome," occurring after joyful life events.
Will You Have Cardiac Arrest? New Tech May Predict If and When
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University want to create a 3D model of your heart to predict a life-threatening problem before it happens.
10-Year-Old Heart Surgery Survivor Gets Heart Transplant
A 10-year-old girl who underwent five heart surgeries – including one day after her birth – checked out of a New York City hospital recently after receiving a heart transplant.
Peloton Reacts After Mr. Big’s Death on ‘Sex and the City’ Reboot
Peloton responded to the role that one of their bikes played in the death of Mr. Big in HBO Max’s “Sex and the City” reboot, saying the fatal heart attack was likely due to the character’s “extravagant lifestyle” rather than exercise.
There May Be a 'Best Bedtime' for Your Heart
A new study finds hitting the sack between 10 and 11 p.m. may be the ideal time to cut the risk for cardiovascular trouble.
Your Smartwatch Says You’re in AFib. Now What?
A new generation of wearable devices enable patients to catch atrial fibrillation earlier than ever. Is that a good thing?
Ever Heard of Lignans? Eat Them and Your Heart Will Thank You
Aug. 9, 2021 -- A new study finds a link between eating plant-based foods rich in certain nutrients and a lower risk of heart disease.
'Baby' Aspirin As Effective As High-Dose for Heart
A new study found no difference in the rate of heart attack, stroke, or death between low- or high- dose aspirin in people with heart disease.
'Race Gap' in Heart Health Has Changed Little in 20 Years
New research shows Black Americans who live in rural areas are two to three times more likely to die from diabetes and high blood pressure compared with white rural folks.
High Ozone Levels Up Cardiac Arrest Risk: Study
For every increase of 12 parts per billion (ppb) in the ozone level, the odds of cardiac arrest rose 1%, which is statistically significant, according to the researchers.
For Black Americans, Resilience Key to Heart Health
Study suggests that feelings of optimism and a sense of purpose and control -- hallmarks of psychosocial resilience -- are more important to heart health than where people live, researchers said.
Neighbors Harvest Crops After Farmer’s Heart Attack
About 40 or 50 volunteers tended to the farm, harvesting 1,000 acres in just 7 hours.
Doctor, Patient Sing Duet Before Heart Transplant
Two days after the sweet duet, Tiwanak received a new heart. Cedars-Sinai said the surgery went “extremely well” and that Tiwanak is expected to make a speedy recovery.
Sweet News: Chocolate May Help Your Heart
The study found that people who ate one or more servings of chocolate a week were up to 10% less likely to have heart disease than people who ate less or no chocolate weekly.
Variations Found in 'Normal' Resting Heart Rate
The study suggests the value of further research to investigate whether tracking a person's daily resting heart rate could lead to earlier detection of potential problems.
Is That Statin Doing You Any Good?
Changes in clinical guidelines have increased the number of people eligible to take statins. In many countries, the majority of people taking the drugs do so for primary prevention.
Your Dog May Be Leading You to a Healthier Heart
Researchers found that compared with people who had no pets, dog owners tended to have fewer risk factors for heart disease: They got more exercise, and had healthier diets and lower blood sugar levels.
Just One Pill for All Your Heart Health Needs? It's On the Way
The "polypill" reduced the risk of life-threatening heart health problems by more than one-third during a five-year period in a group of more than 3,400 people aged 50 to 75.
Soy's Heart Benefits Hold Steady Over Time
The team's findings come as the FDA mulls possibly removing the right to a labeling claim that soy "may reduce the risk of heart disease," first approved by the agency in 1999.
Vitamin D Supplements May Not Help Your Heart
The research found no decrease in major heart events in people taking vitamin D supplements. There was no drop in heart attack rates. No drop in stroke. No drop in death from any cause
Skipping Breakfast a Bad Move for Your Heart?
More Americans than ever are opting out of a morning meal.
Replace Red Meat With Plant Protein for Heart Health
Your heart will thank you if you replace red meat with healthy plant proteins. Doing so will lower your odds for heart disease, according to a new study.
Your Life Span May Be Foretold in Your Heart Beats
A gradual rise in heart rate could mean trouble ahead for your heart health.
Israeli Team Announces First 3D-Printed Heart Using Human Cells
The printer-generated heart is only about a third the size of an actual human heart -- and it doesn't actually work.