Heart

silent heart attack
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Silent Heart Attacks: Are You At Risk?

: A Henry Ford cardiologist explains what silent heart attacks are, who is at greatest risk and offers tips for how to protect yourself from heart disea...

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What to Expect from Your Cardiac Rehab Appointment

: Cardiac rehab programs use exercise, education and counseling to help you recover from recent heart problems and improve your overall heart health.

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What Your Resting Heart Rate Says About You

: A Henry Ford clinical exercise physiologist explains what your resting heart rate is, how to measure it and how to get it to an optimal level.

Dr. WIlliam O'Neill and team perform a transcatheter aortic valve replacement or TAVR
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Less Invasive Aortic Valve Procedure Approved for Low-Risk Patients

: TAVR, or transcatheter aortic valve replacement, used to be limited to patients too high risk for open-heart surgery but a new FDA decision allows the...

soup and sandwich
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Lower Sodium Swaps for the Salty 6

: The American Heart Association identifies six common foods that are typically very high in sodium, known as the Salty 6. Here are a few swaps for keep...

doctor holding heart model
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What Is Structural Heart Disease?

: An interventional cardiologist explains what structural heart disease is and the treatments available, such as TAVR, a minimally invasive heart valve ...

coronarycard
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Can a Coronary Calcium Scan Save Your Life?

: In just 15 minutes, a coronary calcium scan can give you a picture of the calcium plaque buildup in your heart. It can inspire lifestyle changes or tr...

Aspirin in weekly pill box
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Daily Aspirin Therapy: The Benefits And Risks

: While taking an occasional aspirin is generally safe, taking one daily comes with serious risks according to new aspirin guidelines. Here are 7 facts ...

older woman in red laughing
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How Laughter Benefits Your Heart Health

: Not only does it feel good to laugh, but laughter is proven to have positive effects on your mental health, immune system and heart health.

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