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Mental health issues following heart disease events are, sadly often not the focus of follow up care. But, in fact, these issues are common and treatable.
Do you know someone with arthritis, breast cancer, or heart disease who's trying to stay in shape? Try these great illness-specific gift suggestions.
Keeping a blood pressure log is easy with free apps, and it helps your doctor get your medicines just right.
Taking hypertension medication at the right time of day may lower your diabetes risk.
Healing after open heart surgery takes a year, but a few milestones to help guide patients along the way.
As people survive heart attacks at younger ages, learning to live as a heart survivor becomes more relevant to patients and caregivers.
People with implantable cardioverter-defibrillators are at risk for depression and anxiety, which can affect their outcome and quality of life.
Remembering to take your blood pressure medicine is important so that you can manage your condition and reduce your risk of complications and side effects.
Study suggests that a regular exercise habit before a heart attack improves survival and prognosis.
The American Heart Association does not recommend the use of wrist models to measure blood pressure. Here’s why.