Chest pain can be a symptom of coronary artery disease – or a rare disorder called coronary spasm. Learn answers to five top questions about this little-known condition.
Pumpkin is good for your heart, eyesight, immune system and more. Learn six ways – plus some favorite Cleveland Clinic recipes – to add more pumpkin to your diet.
Not all enlarged hearts are life threatening. Sometimes they’re a harmless effect of athletic training, known as “athlete’s heart.” Sports cardiology experts can tell the difference.
Beta-blockers are some of the most effective medications for treating heart failure. While side effects and determining dosage can make their use difficult, abruptly stopping them is dangerous.
Cleveland Clinic physicains helped develop a new rigid sternal closure device that may help minimize pain and potential closure complications after open heart surgery. Learn how this new, innovative device works.
A federal panel has issued a new recommendation that some people who have never had heart disease should take a low dose of aspirin every day. But following this advice has potential risks.
Smartphones and power lines can interfere with pacemakers and implanted defibrillators. However, while possible, problems are unlikely, say two studies.
A Cleveland Clinic heart surgeon shares general guidelines on when to resume certain activities after heart surgery.
Minimally invasive approaches dominate isolated valve surgery at Cleveland Clinic, where the entire cardiac surgical team offers expertise in the latest minimally invasive surgical techniques.
For years saturated fats have been considered a health hazard but now researchers are raising questions about whether they’re as harmful as originally thought