We often associate chest pain with heart attacks, but women also need to be aware of 3 other symptoms. Here’s what to look for, and why seeing a doctor quickly matters.
If you are a young athlete and have chest pain, see a doctor right away. Only about 5% of chest pain in this group is caused by a heart issue — but those are the cases no one wants to miss.
Should you worry if your heart races when you take over-the-counter drugs to control allergies or cold symptoms? Find tips for managing congestion with a heart condition.
A slow heart rate, or bradycardia, can be an indicator of strong cardiovascular fitness. But, as you age, it could be a sign of trouble, and even lead to chronic disease.
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Every year, more than 805,000 Americans have a heart attack. To save your life or the life of someone you love, you must respond to symptoms right away.
Not all chest pains are symptoms of a heart attack. Learn which symptoms could signal trouble and which are probably something else.
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Many people notice heart palpitations during moments of anxiety. Learn whether this is normal, what to watch out for and tips to help manage them.
Leaking or narrowing of valves can present problems for your heart. Find out what your surgeon will consider when deciding whether a heart valve repair or replacement is best for you.