Accepting Your Chronic Heart Failure is Key to Quality of Life

Individuals who recognize and accept heart failure as a chronic condition experience better quality of life and other clinical outcomes, according to a recent study published in the European Journal of Cardiac Nursing. The study, conducted in Poland, tracked 100 people who had experienced heart failure for at least six months. They used a health … Read More

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How to Live Better — Not Just Longer (Video)

While there has been gradual increase in life expectancy over the past few decades, quality of life hasn’t necessarily improved.  Medical issues that come with chronic conditions such as of heart disease and type 2 diabetes can create a number of challenges.