Choices you make every day about diet and exercise play a major role in your heart health. Here are seven ways to make good choices easier.
Marathon training shown to positively alter heart structure and function in middle-aged men in Circulation study. Dr. Gordon Blackburn comments on results.
Statins lower bad cholesterol and heart disease risk, but it takes more than medication to keep your heart healthy. Lifestyle plays a role, too. Here's what you need to know.
No time to exercise? Biking to work can turn your commute into a daily workout that boosts heart health and clears your head.
Exercise is good for you, but some extreme athletes can push past healthy limits. A recent study shows some athletes have higher rates of heart problems than people who exercise more moderately.
Heart failure shouldn't keep you from exercising. In a boundary-expanding study, researchers found that vigorous exercise benefits some patients with heart failure more than low intensity workouts.
Is sex good for your heart? Get answers to this — and other questions heart patients are afraid to ask — from one of the nation's top cardiologists.
Certain that advancing age and a heart condition rules out daily exercise? Think again – appropriate physical activity should be a part of your daily routine. Here are the top five reasons why.
A good heart rate monitor can help you monitor the intensity of your workouts, enabling you to burn the optimal number of calories.