Some Blood Pressure Drugs May Be Risky for Certain Surgery Patients
Study found those without heart problems faced higher chances of heart trouble after non-cardiac operations
Dieters: Don't Replace Saturated Fats With Processed Carbs
Study found those who turned to whole grains and healthy fats saw a drop in heart risks
Medical Costs Soar for Smokers Who Develop Artery Disease
More likely to be hospitalized for related leg problems as well as heart disease, heart attack, study finds
Could a Texting App Help Your Heart?
Patients who got reminders on healthy living saw improvements in cholesterol, blood pressure, weight
Your Guide to a Healthy Heart
Understanding Heart Disease
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US. Learn what you can do to keep your own heart healthy.
Cardiac Tests and Procedures
From a chest x-ray to an implantable pacemaker, here's a detailed look at the tools doctors use to help diagnose and treat heart disease.
Heart Conditions and Diseases
Arrhythmias, coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, find out more about heart problems and what you can do to prevent them.
Women and Heart Disease
Many women believe the stereotype that heart disease is a man's problem. But women are at higher risk for heart disease than breast cancer.
Diabetes and Heart Disease
Heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of death in people with diabetes. Take steps right now to promote heart health.
Congenital Heart Disease
A congenital heart defect is a heart problem that is present at birth. The vast majority of congenital heart diseases have no known causes. Some of these problems may be caused by genetics.
Your heart needs time to recover from a major trauma like heart attack or heart surgery. A cardiac rehab program can help you get back to normal daily activities.
Managing Heart Disease
Your specific treatment plan may involve one or more of these areas: monitoring your blood pressure, changing to a healthier diet, getting more exercise, and taking medications.
Preventing Heart Disease
Making certain lifestyle changes can reduce your risk for heart disease: Stop smoking, start exercising, and limit the saturated fat in your diet.