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Heart and Vascular
In November 2017, the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology revised their blood pressure guidelines. As a result, hypertension, or high blood pressure, has been redefined.
Different people describe the feeling of heart palpitations in different ways. For some, they may feel like a flutter, while others say it feels like their heart is flip-flopping in their chest. For others, heart palpitations feel more like throbbing or pounding.
While diet and exercise (coupled with medication, when necessary) are still the best ways to manage your heart health, it’s good to be aware of these lesser-known heart attack triggers.
If you've recently had a heart attack, you may feel scared, confused and overwhelmed. You probably have a lot of questions about your road to recovery. The good news is there are a few concrete steps you can take to prevent another heart attack in the future.
Does an aspirin a day keep heart problems away? Aspirin (or acetylsalicylic acid) may be a common over-the-counter medication, but for some people, daily doses can help reduce their chances of experiencing a heart attack or stroke.
50th birthdays are a milestone to be celebrated, but there's so much more life to live. Take preventative steps today to preserve and improve health, and enjoy the next decades of life.
The hot, humid days of summer aren’t just unpleasant — they can be dangerous to your health. Spending too much time in the heat can lead to dehydration, heat exhaustion and, in rare instances, potentially deadly heatstroke.
What are the symptoms of high blood pressure? You can have high blood pressure for years without knowing it.
Although heart attacks can be fatal, the good news is that immediate medical treatment saves the lives of many heart attack victims.
To protect your long-term health, women of all ages should follow these eight tips to keep their hearts healthy.
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