Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Cardiologist Steven Nissen, MD, answers this one about genetics and heart disease.
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Not all chest pains are symptoms of a heart attack. Learn which symptoms could be signaling trouble and which are probably ok.
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A head full of congestion, post-nasal drip and a dull sense of smell and taste — these symptoms are common enough to be confused with allergies and colds. But these symptoms also could mean you have sinusitis, says Michael S. Benninger, MD, Chairman of the Cleveland Clinic Head and Neck Institute. He offers the following tips … Read More
It is becoming more well known that heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. But did you know that nearly one million Americans suffer a heart attack each year? Some respond immediately to symptoms and seek help. Others ignore the signs or simply do not recognize them. Everyone who … Read More
Chest pain is scary. It’s a symptom of heart attack. But if your tests come back negative for heart disease, you may wonder: What’s wrong with me? Cleveland Clinic cardiologist Curtis Rimmerman, MD, author of The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Heart Attacks, has some ideas. He talks about them in this exclusive TBE video. (If … Read More