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Women with either condition may suffer cardiac damage earlier than men with the conditions.
Here’s what we know about this versatile, nutrient-rich plant food.
Evidence consistently links diets rich in fruit and veggies to a reduced risk of developing and dying from major cardiovascular diseases.
Be careful of substances used to replace sodium.
The perfect gift this Valentine’s Day is the gift of heart health.
Local study reveals that a person’s heart rarely stops beating as a result of intercourse.
Moving to music offers physical and mental benefits.
A new study suggests going gray may increase the risk of coronary artery disease — regardless of a person’s age.
Findings show that leaving high blood sugar untreated can significantly destroy small blood vessels around the heart.
Some de-stressing thoughts about the state of our nation
The singer recently joined the fight against heart disease in memory of a loved one lost to this deadly cardiovascular illness.
A new statement from the American Heart Association says what matters is not just which foods we consume but also when we eat them.
Health researchers might now know just how stress can boost a person’s risk of cardiovascular disease.
Tips to make traditional holiday meals much healthier and still delicious!
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Females who go under the knife to pare off pounds see a boost to cardiac health compared with males who opt for the same surgery.
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