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.
Want to boost your immunity? Make sure you’re getting enough of these 3 vitamins.
If you resolve to make yourself healthier this year, talk to your doctor about ways to trim down, be more active and relax. You know in your heart those are all resolutions you can live (longer) with.
Can blue light affect your heart? Our cardiologist explains why it’s best not to routinely sleep with the TV on at night.
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Video games can be intense. And for some kids with pre-existing cardiac conditions, the excitement can be too much for their bodies, particularly their hearts.
A sharp, stabbing pain in the chest is scary, but it doesn’t necessarily equal a heart attack. It may not be coming from the heart at all. Find out what causes sharp pain in the chest and when to seek help.
Not sure if you need to see someone besides your primary care physician for your heart care? Our specialist explains why and when you might need to see a cardiologist (and what type).
Take this interactive quiz to find out how well you’re doing eating a Mediterranean Diet (AKA the healthiest diet for your heart).
Nutrient-rich autumn fruits and veggies fill the produce section this time of year. If you’re looking for something different, try a pomegranate.
Do you take aspirin every day? For people with pre-existing heart disease, aspirin can help ward off a heart attack. But if you are healthy and take a daily baby aspirin in the hopes of preventing heart-related problems, think again. Find out what you need to know.