Signs of a blood clot can vary depending on where it’s located in your body. Our vascular medicine specialist discusses what to look out for, and when to seek help.
High cholesterol makes you more at risk for developing multiple serious health issues, including strokes, heart attacks and atherosclerosis. But can it cause headaches? A doctor explains.
Exercise helps you feel energized and lessens your stress, but it’s your heart that reaps the most benefits when you get moving. Learn how you can improve your heart health.
Learn how to prevent heart disease and the four factors that put you most at risk. Plus, see which heart-healthy diet continues being the crème de la crème of the heart health world.
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An expert explains why potassium can lower your blood pressure, which foods are best for potassium and why you shouldn’t overdo it on this essential nutrient.
Just like working out your biceps, working out your heart can make it stronger — and a strong heart can lower your blood pressure and ease your heart’s burden of pumping blood, which is a good thing! Learn more from a cardiologist.
Is the popular keto diet good for your heart health? Learn the pros and cons of this low carb diet, and how it might affect your heart health.
Keeping track of your blood pressure at home can provide a bigger picture of your health and alert you and your doctor to any changes. Here’s how.
Are “heart-healthy” vitamin formulations a good idea? The benefits of heart health vitamins remain unproven, and some even pose risks. To stay on track for optimum heart health, the prescription is clear: Maintain a healthy diet, take your prescribed medications and follow the advice of your physician.
A surprising number of heart attacks occur without the usual symptoms. A cardiologist explains what you should look for and when to seek treatment.