Expert recommendations help healthy individuals prevent heart disease.
Getting six to nine hours of sleep a night may reduce risk for heart attack.
Study suggests that we eat plenty of plant-based foods, while limiting red and processed meat.
Study links TV watching, but not seated work, to increased risk for heart attack and stroke.
Familial hypercholesterolemia is overlooked and undertreated.
A new model suggests that death toll from air pollution is twice as high as initial estimates.
Experts develop a risk model to identify which elderly adults are likely to experience complications after a heart attack.
One in five young heart attack survivors is under 40.
U.S. survey study links e-cigarette use to increased risk for heart problems and a host of other health issues.
Better screening could reduce unnecessary tests and procedures in patients being evaluated for heart disease, study finds.
Experts urge women to call 911 at first signs of heart attack, based on study that highlights delays in treatment.
The simple ratio of height to weight can identify young adults with increased health risks.
Women are less likely to be taking preventive medicines and seek care at the ER more frequently.
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Women often experience heart attack symptoms differently than men. It's important for a woman to be able to recognize the symptoms of a heart attack and react quickly by calling 911.
It's important for men to recognize the symptoms of a heart attack, remain calm and quickly call 911. Under no circumstances should men try to "tough it out."