Heart Care

Many heart failure patients don’t return to work 
Many heart failure patients don’t return to work
A cardiologist weighs in on premature retirement and a study that reveals one in three won’t work again.
My sudden cardiac arrest survival story: Part two 
My sudden cardiac arrest survival story: Part two
A bone injection gun and hypothermia play a key role in my recovery.
Your high cholesterol may be inherited 
Your high cholesterol may be inherited
A relatively common and hereditary genetic disease could be responsible for your high cholesterol.
Cardiac arrest more deadly for those living in high-rises  Featured
Cardiac arrest more deadly for those living in high-rises
Learn why experts say survival of a sudden heart stoppage is less likely for people living in tall buildings.
6 lifestyle changes to improve women’s health 
6 lifestyle changes to improve women’s health
In the United States, one in four women dies from heart disease. Try these practices to help prevent it.
New technology allows heart patients to undergo procedure without missing a beat 
New technology allows heart patients to undergo procedure without missing a beat
The latest option to replace aortic valves.
New guidelines for stroke rehab 
New guidelines for stroke rehab
Nearly 800,000 Americans suffer a stroke each year. Find out how to maximize the chances of a successful recovery.