Exercise after a heart attack is very important to long term survival - but can you do too much exercise?
Heart attack is the death of heart muscle due to a blocked coronary artery, while cardiac arrest is a heart arrhythmia that causes the heart to stop beating
High Lp(a) is a less widely known lipid abnormality that, like elevated LDL levels, can increase your cardiac risk. Here's what you should know.
The most important step in surviving a heart attack is to recognize when you might be having one. Here is what to look for, and what to do about it.
A new study says even 5 minutes of daily running can substantially improve your cardiac risk. Can this really be true?
Heart disease risk can increase after radiation therapy for breast cancer.
Stroke is the most feared complication of atrial fibrillation, so deciding on whether to use anticoagulation drugs is critically important if you have atrial fibrillation.
Dressler's syndrome is an inflammatory reaction involving the pericardium, that can appear after damage to cardiac cells.
According to recent evidence, taking fish oil to prevent heart disease is not the slam dunk it once appeared to be.
Several recent studies have made an association between chronic sleep deprivation (in general, getting less than five hours of sleep per night) and heart disease - or at least the risk facors for heart disease.