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Latest approved heart drug, called an ARNI, lowers blood pressure and prevents hospitalization and death from heart failure.
Learn about medicines that can help prevent heart attack or stroke when blood pressure or cholesterol remain high despite your best efforts.
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.
Taking aspirin immediately after a minor stroke can lower the risk of a recurrent stroke by 80 percent.
Reducing systolic blood pressure to below 120 mm Hg among adults 75 and older may lower the risk of cardiovascular disease and premature death from any cause.
A combination of low-dose aspirin and any of three drugs known as P2Y12 inhibitors can help reduce the risk of blood clots after a heart attack or angioplasty.
For many people with chronic heart failure, two new drugs, Entresto and Corlanor, might help cut the risk of a hospital stay and possibly prolong their lives.
Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs may benefit patients at intermediate risk for a heart attack, a large study has found.
You may be risking your health if you take red yeast rice supplements to lower your cholesterol. Here’s why.
If you have heart failure or had a recent heart attack, omega-3 fish oil supplements could be a potentially lifesaving addition to your pillbox.