Diabetes Heart Disease Articles
Here's what happens when inexperienced bystanders use this powerful medical tool in a crisis.
Here's important information for those who are prescribed clarithromycin (also sold under the brand name Biaxin).
Here's what you must know about gender differences in the way heart attack symptoms are treated.
New guidelines may dramatically reduce the worst consequences of stroke in many cases.
People who are isolated or feel lonely have a significantly higher heart disease risk, but it isn't too late to get support and possibly lower your risk.
If you have a blood clot in your leg, other treatments may be preferable.
Apple’s new study invites you to get a free app that watches for atrial fibrillation.
A newly developed “heart patch” may help crippled hearts beat strongly again.
The high blood pressure number that doubles your heart risk is lower than experts had thought.
Surprising findings suggest stents may not help many people who get them.
Here’s what you should know about pills that are probably in your medicine cabinet now.
Two heart-healthy measures may work better together than either one does alone.
Groundbreaking research finds that severe heart failure may sometimes be reversed—eliminating the need for a transplant.
What to do if you have kidney disease or heart problems.
Explore the pros and cons of getting imaging stress tests for your heart.
Even if you may not have the most heart-healthy lifestyle, there are probably still small things you're doing to improve your heart health.