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Is your glass half-empty or half-full? You have the power to decide, so why not fill 'er up? Your heart will thank you.
These twin sisters share almost everything, but they never imagined they'd share the same heart condition.
Mom and caregiver Sandra Holloway survived two heart-failure emergencies—now she's dedicated to helping others avoid them.
The short answer: Yes! Find out the steps you need to take to keep your symptoms under control.
Understanding the basics of heart failure can help you feel more in control—and less afraid. Find out more about the different types, how they’re diagnosed, and what the best treatment options are.
While heart failure patients used to be told to prioritize rest, now experts say physical activity is vital—here’s what you need to know to get started.
Having lymphoma or breast cancer was linked to a three-times higher risk of developing heart failure within five years of initial diagnosis.
In week five of the challenge, we look at the best ways to relieve and eliminate stress that can improve your heart health.
Your biggest obstacle to heart health is sustaining these new habits long-term. Here are some scenarios you may encounter and some possible solutions.
If you have high-normal levels of thyroid hormone within the reference range, research now confirms that you face an increased risk of atrial fibrillation.