Can you really eat more food and still lose weight? You can if you focus on eating more good foods than bad. A dietitian explains how it works.
When you’re at risk of dangerous blood clots, your doctor will usually prescribe blood-thinning medicine. But if drugs aren’t an option, a temporary filter placed below your kidneys can protect you. Learn when these filters should be removed.
Heart transplant is the best treatment for people with end-stage heart failure. Unfortunately, there aren’t enough donor hearts to go around. Many patients die waiting for one. But Cleveland Clinic heart transplant specialist Eileen Hsich, MD, has proposed a way to fix the problem.
If you’re like most Americans, you’re eating too much sodium — even if you don’t use the salt shaker to add it to your food.
Summer is a great time to renew your resolution to eat more healthy foods. Combined in healthy menus, summertime foods can help give you more than just one season of heart health.
There has been a lot of talk about an association between oral and cardiac health, but is there really a direct link? Here’s what we know.
This lentil salad will surprise you with all its flavor and nutritional benefits. The walnut oil, chicken broth, bay leaf, and orange zest are some of the unusual ingredients that will thrill your taste buds.
It’s great to exercise outside, but working out in warmer weather does have risks. Here are five tips to help you adjust your workouts in the summer heat.
Many of us have felt light-headed when we stand too quickly, but if you have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), this simple movement can make your heart race. We all know that fitness is important for good health, but people with POTS may struggle to exercise. Find tips for exercising if you have POTS from an exercise physiologist.
This flavorful bean dip is easy to make and features roasted garlic, olive oil and rosemary. It makes an easy side dish with lunch or dinner, and each serving is low in fat and calories.