Clogged arteries in your legs or arms can signal potentially lethal blocked coronary arteries. Read more to learn who should be tested and who should not.
What seemed like a grave medical error on Halloween Eve, 1958, turned out to be a breakthrough in heart disease diagnosis.
Intriguing results were found during the recent Aquarius study of the blood pressure medication aliskiren. Aliskiren takers had a lower risk of sudden death, stroke and heart attacks.
A Cleveland Clinic study shows there may be a new and better option for treating patients with severely blocked arteries in the heart and neck — with patients staying healthier longer.
The fitter you are, the better you will feel as you age. But if you experience a sudden decrease in your activity level, something could be wrong and it is time to talk to your doctor.
In the media coverage of actor James Gandolfini’s shocking death, the terms “sudden cardiac arrest” and “heart attack” have been used as if they’re the same. Here are the important differences.
As we continue to make advancements in medicine, there are more heart operations we can do through a mini-or small-incision approach. This allows for faster healing and less recuperation time.
Cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death in the US, is not something that should be taken lightly. Cleveland Clinic’s Richard Krasuski, MD, highlights five symptoms you shouldn’t ignore.
A recent study found lower overall composite risk for heart attack, stroke and death for patients with coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery as compared to balloon angioplasty and/or stenting.
New research at Cleveland Clinic suggests that patients who’ve had heart surgery after chest radiation to treat cancer have almost double the risk of experiencing cardiac event.