Watch the pendulum swing. Procedures not pills for the treatment of heart disease If you were told you had heart disease, would you prefer to take daily medication for the rest of your life, or
It's no bigger than the little spring you find in a ballpoint pen, but it makes an enormous difference in the lives of heart attack and angina patients. It's a stent, a tiny metal scaffold that keeps
While you might want to believe that wine and chocolate, in small doses, could help decrease the risk of heart disease, it turns out that they might not be the best preventive medicine.
An active 62-year-old woman suddenly experiences slurred speech, an inability to produce new words and paralysis of her right arm. Fortunately, she gets to the ER immediately, is diagnosed with a
Having heart failure, also known as congestive heart failure or CHF, doesn't mean that your heart has stopped. It simply means that your heart doesn't work as well as it should. Heart failure is a
If you have an Apple Watch, you may have noticed an interesting health feature on it: a heart monitor. Many Apple Watch models, as well as other wearable devices, have built-in heart monitors or