When you have restenosis you also have options

When You Have Restenosis You Also Have Options (Video)

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When a too-large or too-small stent becomes clogged with plaque and you have restenosis, cardiologists can re-open the artery for better blood flow.

20 Amazing Facts About Your Heart

20 Amazing Facts About Your Heart (Infographic)

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Your heart. You probably don’t think about it often, yet it continues to pump with its faithful, steady beat — carrying blood to all your organs. Find fun, amazing facts about your own ticker.

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Your Emotions Can Hurt Your Heart

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Feeling down hurts your heart, say two new studies that examine links between depression and heart disease, and how exercise helps both.

Improving Your Heart's Blood Flow Without Surgery

Improving Your Heart’s Blood Flow Without Surgery (Video)

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When medications or lifestyle changes don’t improve blood flow to the heart, angioplasty or stenting may help without surgery. Here's how.

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Hot Tubs Can Land Your Heart In Hot Water

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Relaxing in a hot tub sounds appealing, but if you have a heart condition, indulging in a steaming soak can cause problems. Limiting tub time and staying hydrated help reduce risk.

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It’s Never Too Early for You to Prevent Heart Disease

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Heart disease usually affects older adults, but risk can develop early in life: Studies find 1 in 3 children have high cholesterol levels. Some experts recommend screening for kids aged 9 to 11.

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Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Stress?

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Stress — we all deal with it. But when is stress a threat, and what can you do about it? Test your knowledge in this quiz.

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Best for Your Heart: Calcium From Food

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Doctors balance risk versus reward in prescribing calcium supplements: Calcium supplements can help brittle bones, but possible links with heart disease raise red flags. A calcium-rich diet is a safe option for CAD patients.

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How to Measure Your Heart Surgery Risk (Video)

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Outcomes of heart surgery are measured to help improve programs nationwide. Risk adjustment is used, along with risk models that predict group risk versus individual risk, like low, medium or high. Learn more on how to measure your risk of heart surgery.

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Fiber: Are you Getting Enough? How to Get More (Infographic)

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Fiber offers some surprising benefits. An expert explains why it’s good for us, what it does in our bodies and the best way to increase it in your diet.