Living with Heart Disease

The millions of Americans diagnosed with heart and cardiovascular diseases can benefit from making healthy choices in their day-to-day lives. Learn more about living with heart disease ›

How to Avoid Becoming a Heart Disease Statistic

Statistics on heart disease are alarming. It is the number one cause of death in the United States, and you don’t have to be elderly or have a family history of heart problems to get heart disease. The first step is to learn your personal cardiac risk factors and then customize tactics that reduce that risk.

Learn how you can avoid becoming a heart disease statistic

Exercise and Your Heart

While you probably know that exercise has many benefits to your body, you might not know that in addition to keeping your heart muscle strong, it can also improve the flexibility of your blood vessels. This is directly related to blood flow and blood pressure.

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What Do You Know About Preventing Heart Disease?

Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States.

8 Mistakes Heart Patients Make

If you've already been through one heart attack, you're at increased risk for another, but with a few smart moves you can reduce that risk. Unfortunately, many heart patients have mistaken ideas about what's good for them.

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Did You Know?

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Pain or discomfort in the jaw, neck, or back could be a symptom of a heart attack.