Learn how the rowing machine at your gym could be the key to unlocking a new, healthy exercise habit.
Heart rate zones signal how hard your heart is working. Find out why it matters when you’re exercising and how to find your target heart rate.
Knowing the biggest heart health risks is important, but so is knowing how the vary from person to person.
If heart disease runs in your family, are you destined for heart health issues? A Cleveland Clinic expert says not necessarily.
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Treadmills are easy to operate, their settings can be changed to add variety to your walks or runs, and they are safer than navigating snowy streets and dodging cars and potholes. Learn how to begin your cardiovascular exercise program from this expert.
Any type of surgery carries risk along with it. Our expert highlights what you need to know about non-cardiac surgery and your heart.
You need to get enough sleep for your heart’s health. Here’s what effects not getting enough ZZZs can have on calcium buildup and hormone levels.
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.
We often associate chest pain with heart attacks, but women also need to be aware of 3 other symptoms. Here’s what to look for—and why seeing a doctor quickly matters.
Low blood pressure coupled with a high heart rate is normal when it happens momentarily — like when we stand up — but long-term it could signal a heart rhythm problem.