A cardiologist tells us how it’s possible to return to a normal life after surviving a heart attack with a little work.
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Swimming can be good for you regardless of your age, weight and health condition — even if you’ve had a cardiac event like a heart attack. Learn more from our cardiac rehabilitation specialists.
A slew of supplements on the market claim to help reduce blood sugar levels and heart attack risk for people with diabetes. But can cinnamon help improve your numbers?
You may think the most common single cause of death in the United States is heart attack. Or cancer. Or stroke. But it’s actually sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Learn about sudden cardiac arrest and the 5 things that can raise your risk.
Medical emergencies like heart attack and stroke always need prompt treatment. Here’s how hospitals are keeping emergency departments safe during the pandemic and why it’s crucial to not delay emergency care.
If your blood pressure spikes to higher-than-normal levels when you go to your doctor’s office, that’s called “white coat syndrome.” While it was once thought to be harmless, newer studies suggest otherwise.
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.