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Younger AFib Patients and Use of Blood Thinners
Are Sodium Guidelines for Older Adults Excessive?
Dangers of Having a High Systolic Blood Pressure
Study finds that women who exercise moderately—not strenuously—a few times a week have lower risk for heart attack and stroke.
After open heart surgery, patients must work with their care teams to manage health risks.
Varenicline (Chantix) offers an effective treatment option for smokers that want to gradually kick the habit.
The protective benefit of healthier eating is seen even when incorporating only parts of the diet.
Stress helps explain differences in heart attack outcomes among men and women.
Researchers explore the uptake of a preventive heart disease medicine.
You don’t have to be a marathon runner to reap full benefits, according to a new study.
This program provides educational and peer-support resources on managing and preventing high cholesterol for patients and caregivers.
Reducing sodium intake to less than 1,500 mg a day may be excessive for older adults.
The risks associated with blood thinners may outweigh the benefits in younger atrial fibrillation patients with low stroke risk.