Find over 200 print-friendly fact sheets about heart disease and related health topics.
These videos will provide you with some basic background to help you, in partnership with your doctor, to prevent heart disease, improve your cardiovascular health and give you a basic understanding of some standard tests and procedures your doctor may want to perform to help determine your cardiac health.
Sugar is one of the most common ingredients in the foods and drinks we consume, but how much is a healthy amount?
Stroke symptoms appear quickly and suddenly, so it's important to know the signs and act fast.
Medication adherence means taking the proper dose of medication at the right time and in the right way.
Women and men may describe heart attack symptoms differently. For example, women are twice as likely to describe their chest pain with the words "discomfort," "pressing," "crushing" and "bad ache."
Blood pressure can range from healthy (120/80), to borderline (120+/80+), to unhealthy (140+/90+). That’s why it’s important for you to know your numbers.
In addition to pain in the upper body, men having a heart attack may also feel like they have heartburn or indigestion, shortness of breath, or nausea and dizziness.
Are there health benefits to owning a dog? Research, for example, shows that simply petting a dog can help lower blood pressure and relieve stress.
CardioSmart proudly participates in the Coca-Cola Family Track Walks to help promote heart health and the benefits of leading an active, healthy lifestyle.
The average American consumes a whopping 3,400 milligrams of salt a day, which is more than twice the amount recommended by cardiologists.
If left untreated, AFib can cause blood clots and lead to stroke and heart failure.
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It's not uncommon for people recovering from a heart attack or a coronary procedure to experience feelings of sadness and depression.
Peripheral Arterial Disease, or PAD, develops when arteries get clogged with plaque, reducing blood flow throughout the body.
Studies show that yoga can lower blood pressure and help people with atrial fibrillation.
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