“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.
This recipe is perfect to make for a Meatless Monday dinner. The lentils provide slow-digesting carbohydrates, protein and fiber, so this soup will keep you satisfied for hours.
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