Research suggests that having as little as one to three alcoholic drinks each day may increase your risk for atrial fibrillation, the most common type of irregular heart rhythm.
Too much sodium can affect fluid balance and increase blood pressure — putting you at risk of heart disease. How much salt should you really be eating?
You might wonder: Is sex good for your heart? Our expert examines the evidence.
As scary as it may be, fainting – also known as syncope – is actually very common. It occurs in about one-third of the general population, and there are a number of different things that can cause someone to pass out.
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Pumpkin is good for your heart, eyesight, immune system and more. Learn ways to add more pumpkin to your diet.
Whether you like pancakes or waffles, this recipe is perfect for breakfast. Skip the syrup for a natural sweet topping like fresh berries.
Experts recommend no more than 2,300 mg of sodium a day, but most Americans average of about 3,400 milligrams. Learn about how salt may be hidden in your food, even in foods that don’t taste salty.
“Athlete’s heart” is a subtle enlargement of the heart that can occur in serious athletes. It doesn’t cause harm, but it’s important to differentiate it from serious conditions that can also cause an enlarged heart.
You might not think much about your heart. But we do! Enjoy 26 fun, surprising facts about your ticker.
Our experts debunk some common myths about A-fib, the most common arrhythmia in the U.S.