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.
Take heart, meat eaters: A research study unveiled that it’s not necessarily the fat in steak that could clog arteries and cause heart disease, but rather a nutrient called carnitine.
IVC filters are an option for patients who don’t respond to blood thinners and others who need serious prevention against blood clots. Cleveland Clinic’s Daniel Clair, MD, explains more.
Study finds atherosclerosis has always been part of aging, but today we know how to protect ourselves from it. Cleveland Clinic's A. Marc Gillinov, MD, discusses the findings and disease.
All medications and supplements, no matter how seemingly harmless, should be discussed with your cardiologists first. Learn which medications to be wary of.
People who are committed to keeping their hearts healthy have a good chance of staving off cancer, too, researchers say.
What can you do to improve your heart health? Our experts will answer your questions and offer you tips during a live web chat on Monday, March 25, 2013, at noon ET.
A study in Finland reveals that marriage reduces the risk of heart attack in men and women of all ages. Cleveland Clinic's Richard Krasuski, MD, discusses how relationships matter more than marriage.
Reduce heart risks by about 30 percent by adopting a Mediterranean diet. Learn more about the diet that is surprising even the experts, and try it for a day with this easy menu.
Doctors recommend monitoring usage of Herceptin® and chemotherapy drugs for breast cancer if you are 67 or older.