Many people notice heart palpitations during moments of anxiety. Learn whether this is normal, what to watch out for and tips to help manage them.
Heart palpitations can feel like a flutter, racing heart or skipped beat. They’re usually harmless but can be unsettling. Learn how to prevent palpitations.
Why do you need a beta-blocker if you have heart failure? These drugs can slow your heart rate and keep it from overworking. Find out why they’re essential.
As scary as it may be, fainting – also known as syncope – is actually very common. It occurs in about one-third of the general population, and there are a number of different things that can cause someone to pass out.
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Heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest are not the same — and knowing the signs of each may save your life. FInd out more about the differences from a cardiologist.
“Cough CPR” can prevent heart attack victims from getting the life-saving care they need. Find out the facts.
Our experts debunk some common myths about A-fib, the most common arrhythmia in the U.S.
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