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.
Yes, stress at work is bad. But it can also put you at higher risk for stroke. Find out why stress increases your risk.
If you’re on blood thinners for atrial fibrillation, talk with your cardiologist before taking aspirin, as it could increase your risk for bleeding.
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