A high-sugar diet can increase the risk of heart disease, both directly and indirectly. Learn how sugar affects your heart and how to tame your sweet tooth.
Throughout history, chocolate has been beloved around the world, at times serving as a medicinal cure and a ritual drink. The good news is that recent studies tell us this popular sweet is heart-healthy and full of antioxidants. Find out more about which chocolate is best for you and why.
Some foods are high in cholesterol but nutritious. Others, not so much. Know which high-cholesterol foods are healthy and which ones you should pass on.
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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Pasta and fresh vegetables pair up in this simple-to-make, flavorful dish. You also can substitute your favorite veggies.
Knowing the biggest heart health risks is important, but so is knowing how the vary from person to person.
Heart palpitations can feel like a flutter, racing heart or skipped beat. They’re usually harmless but can be unsettling. Learn how to prevent palpitations.
A fast heartbeat when you’re at rest could be a sign of an underlying problem. Find out if your resting heart rate is too high and how to lower it.
Are “heart-healthy” vitamin formulations a good idea? Learn the truth from a preventive cardiologist.
Most people know about common risk factors for heart attack, but there are other risk factors or conditions that put certain people at risk. Learn about some lesser-known risk factors and who is likely to be affected.