Though a person may feel young at heart, the organ says otherwise.
Affecting 5.8 million people in the United States alone, the condition can leave people weak and unable to perform simple tasks like walking up the stairs.
Study reports that taking a specific kind of vitamin E supplement while quitting smoking might help accelerate certain health benefits.
Hair strands may be better than blood tests at determining cardiovascular risk, a new study suggests.
Unfortunately, the same could not be said for men’s beer bellies.
Researchers found that chelation therapy might actually benefit heart patients.
Nearly 60 percent of people living in the United Kingdom want their spouses to lose weight.
Researchers from Spain are optimistic that they can create a working human heart within the next 5 years.
Dr. Spencer King from Atlanta, GA introduced a new method that uses a catheter in repairing heart valves and other heart complications.
Energy drinks are once again under fire after a new study linked to beverages to increased blood pressure and disturbances in heart rhythm.
A multicenter clinical trial evaluating the effects of a treatment closing a hole in the heart for stroke patients promises good results.
It seems that what’s good for the heart is good for the fight against cancer.
Good news for coffee and green tea drinkers alike! That
Study reports that heart-lung machines used to keep the blood pumping during surgery are safe.
Eating a diet that's high in fiber can help your heart stay in good shape for long, according to experts from University of Alabama, Birmingham.
Most people are familiar or have heard of sexual or physical abuse but have no idea that there is another type of abuse that is less obvious. This is called a financially abusive relationship where you wonder "Is my boyfriend using me financially?"