Without regular checkups, silent heart attacks in people with diabetes can remain undetected and cause more damage.
Learn more about the different types of heart failure that are caused by cardiovascular disease and how they are diagnosed and treated.
Do you know what common lifestyle factors can trigger abnormal heart rhythms? Learn to identify and prevent arrhythmias if you are at risk.
As people survive heart attacks at younger ages, learning to live as a heart survivor becomes more relevant to patients and caregivers.
Depression and anxiety are more common in people with type 2 diabetes. Those conditions, which tend to coexist, increase heart disease risk.
A review of research found intermittent energy restriction leads to approximately six to eleven pounds of weight loss after ten weeks.
Nutrition education is a valuable cardiac rehab tool that encourages a healthy diet and medication compliance.
New approach to screening for heart disease, combining simple tests, may be best for detecting risk.
In preparation and recovery of heart surgery, an important role can be overlooked: caregiver. Heart organizations support them, too.
Are your blood vessels on fire? You may want to consider functional cardiovascular medicine.