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Multiple factors can contribute to the development of the abnormal functioning of the heart’s chambers.
For the 2.6 million Americans who suffer from atrial fibrillation (AF or AFib), the sensation of a fast, irregular, and chaotic heartbeat all too often becomes a way of life—and may put their health at risk.
New research associates eating whole-grain foods with an increased lifespan. Here’s how much you need to consume to reap the benefits.
You may feel young at heart, and know your chronological age, but do you know your heart’s biological age?
For most individuals with coronary heart disease, the most common initial symptom is chest pain.
Systolic blood pressure is the pressure in the arteries while the heart is contracting; diastolic is the pressure during the heart’s relaxation.
Like a heart attack, a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA) is an emergency that requires immediate medical attention. Here are the signs to watch for and what you should do.
Here is what to know about the devices used for measuring blood pressure and how to prepare yourself.
When your blood pressure is measured, the reading will be categorized into one of three groups.
A silent heart attack occurs when oxygen flow to your heart is reduced in the absence of obvious symptoms like chest pain. And it’s not as rare as you might think.