You might not think much about your heart. But we do! Enjoy 30 fascinating facts about your ticker.
Heart attack symptoms can be so mild that people can overlook the discomfort and think it’s something less serious. But any symptom is a serious symptom that needs medical attention.
Set yourself up for a successful, healthy lunch by following these tips from a registered dietitian on how to build a heart-healthy meal.
Heart failure is as serious and life-threatening as it sounds. What you eat can help you manage the condition. Learn what should and shouldn’t be on your plate.
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If you’ve experienced tingling, skin color changes or even wounds in your extremities, it could be from blood circulation. Our expert explains what’s happening and how you can improve your circulation naturally.
Not all heart attacks come suddenly and dramatically. There are several subtle clues that can signal a heart attack. Learn the warning signs and seek prompt medical attention if you think you’re having a heart attack. Every minute matters.
Not all chest pains are symptoms of a heart attack. Learn which symptoms could signal trouble and which are probably something else.
We talked to a cardiologist to learn more about what palpitations are, why people frequently experience them during and after COVID-19 infection, and what to do about them.
Bradycardia, or a low heart rate, occurs frequently in older adults. Learn what it is and when to worry.
With health and fitness trackers all the rage, how do you know if your kid’s heart rate is where it should be? Pediatric cardiologists explain why traditional heart rate formulas for exercise for adults don’t work well for children, and what to look out for instead.