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People who spend more than 10 hours each day sitting, watching TV, or driving are at higher risk for heart attack. Here’s what to do to counteract this.
Low vitamin D levels have been linked to increased risks of heart attack, stroke, heart failure, and peripheral artery disease. Here's what you should know.
Here’s what the latest research says about how fish oil may help you heal after a heart attack.
Not all fats are created equal. These are the fats you should eat, and some to avoid, for optimal heart health.
A broken heart may be more than just a metaphor for emotional pain. People who have lost a spouse or partner are at a higher risk for heart attack or stroke.
Moderate alcohol consumption has some undeniable health benefits, including a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
Excessive amounts of sugar, not salt, may be more strongly and directly linked to hypertension and the risk of developing cardiovascular problems.
Leg pain—in both women and men—could signal the presence of peripheral artery disease, a cardiovascular disorder characterized by insufficient blood flow to the legs.
You may have heard that heart attack symptoms can be different for a woman than for a man. But did you know that the same holds true for stroke?
There’s no denying it—Americans consume twice the recommended amount of sodium they need every day.