It’s always a good idea to listen to your body when it comes to your health. But if you have diabetes, related nerve damage can mask the symptoms of heart disease, making it hard to hear what your body is telling you. Find out what to look for and how to be proactive about your heart health.
A surprising number of heart attacks occur without the usual symptoms. A cardiologist explains what you should look for and when to seek treatment.
Snow shoveling is strenuous, and can put a strain on your heart. But experts offer easy tips you can use to reduce your chances of having a heart attack while shoveling snow.
Should you take a daily aspirin? It depends on your risk factors and medical history, as only people with a previous history of heart-related problems or conditions should take daily aspirin
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Heart attacks are a medical emergency that can impact your entire life and can be deadly. But by adopting healthy lifestyle changes and closely following your doctor’s guidance, you can play an enormous role in your recovery and help prevent future heart attacks.
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.
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.
There are other kinds of chest pain that can signal a problem other than heart attack. Learn what they are, and discover the classic and subtle signs of heart attack. But remember that emergency care saves heart muscle. When in doubt, call 9-1-1.
A cardiologist tells us how it’s possible to return to a normal life after surviving a heart attack with a little work.