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Heart disease causes more U.S. deaths yearly than all types of cancer combined. Yet myths about heart disease and its prevention persist. Discover the facts behind the fiction.
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Statins are effective for preventing heart attacks and strokes, but some people stop taking them because of side effects. If you think you can’t tolerate statins, ask your doctor about trying the following steps.
Women, what do you think your #1 killer is? It’s not breast cancer.
Can you relax in a hot tub if you have heart disease? Here’s what you need to know about the potential dangers and some common-sense safety tips.
If you don’t have symptoms of cardiovascular disease, a preventive ultrasound screening is unlikely to be helpful, experts say.
Holiday heart syndrome is when overeating (and overindulging in alcohol) leads to an irregular heartbeat. Here’s how to avoid it.
Food labels contain a lot of valuable information to help you manage heart disease or its risk factors. Our dietitian explains 7 numbers you need to pay attention to on the Nutrition Facts.