cardiovascular disease

Symptoms of Heart Attacks in Women

Symptoms of Heart Attacks in Women

Knowing your risk factors and the warning signs can help save your life

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No, Latinos Don’t Actually Have Less Heart Disease – a New Large Study Refutes the Longstanding ‘Latino Paradox’

For at least three decades, studies have shown that Latinos have better heart health than other people, but new research calls that into question

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How Mental Health Affects Your Heart

Stress, depression and anxiety can affect your heart as well as your mind. What’s the connection between mental health and heart disease, and how can you reduce your risk?

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The Sex of Your Cells Matters When It Comes to Heart Disease

Sex and gender disparities in cardiovascular disease are rampant

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Bystander CPR Saved My Husband’s Life

A stranger’s actions helped my husband beat the odds and survive sudden cardiac arrest

Stroke vs. Heart Attack: Know the Signs & Symptoms

Stroke vs. Heart Attack: Know the Signs & Symptoms

Heart attacks and strokes are not the same. Knowing the signs and symptoms of each could save your life.

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Sugar Detox? Cutting Carbs? A Doctor Explains Why You Should Keep Fruit on the Menu

Ripe berries and sugar crystals are both sweet, but one offers much more than just calories

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Sugar High

An addiction to sugar can lead to serious health problems. Here’s how to break the cycle.

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Obesity and Other Health Conditions

Having obesity can put you at risk for developing other serious health conditions

Heart Disease: What Women Don’t Know

Heart Disease: What Women Don’t Know

Heart disease is the leading killer of women in the U.S. Read on to find out what else you need to know about this dangerous disease.

Rose DeRosa

My Wife Has Severe Heart Disease

I've never felt like a caregiver. I'm her partner in every way.

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