Heart

carotid artery disease
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Keeping Your Finger On The Pulse Of Carotid Artery Disease

: What is there to know about carotid artery disease and how is it treated? Find out from a vascular surgeon.

vascular exercise
721

How Getting Moving Can Improve Your Vein Health

: A vascular surgeon discusses the importance physical activity to help prevent and slow the progression of venous (vein-related) diseases and other con...

pregnancy and heart health
578

Maintaining A Healthy Heart Throughout Your Pregnancy

: The diagnosis of a heart condition doesn't mean you aren't able to have a successful and healthy pregnancy. Learn what steps you can take before welco...

broken heart syndrome COVID
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Can Your COVID-19 Stress Trigger Broken Heart Syndrome?

: Elevated levels of stress can have lasting impact on your heart. Learn how recent coronavirus fears are contributing to more heart conditions brought ...

heart attack stroke questions
1233

Heart Attack and Stroke: Your Top Questions Answered

: Heart attack and stroke are two related conditions that have very different symptoms and effects. Learn the key facts to help reduce your risk for bot...

sleep and heart health
1309

How To Balance Your Sleep Schedule To Improve Your Heart Health

: Sometimes we forget that sleep is a necessity and not a luxury. New studies show that keeping up with your sleep can keep your heart healthy.

blood pressure
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Hypertension 101: What Is High Blood Pressure and How Is It Treated?

: High blood pressure and its effects on the heart can be complicated to understand. An expert breaks down hypertension and how high blood pressure is t...

cardiotoxicity
1629

Cancer And Your Heart: 6 Ways To Lower Your Risk Of Cardiotoxicity

: Cardiotoxicity refers to cancer treatments that may cause heart or blood vessel damage. Some people are at greater risk. Minimize this through 6 simpl...

elderly woman sitting at table
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Understanding The Link Between Breast Cancer And Heart Disease

: Some cancer treatments may cause heart damage in certain individuals. A medical oncologist and cardiologist share what you need to know. 

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