Heart Care

7 steps to medication safety  Featured
7 steps to medication safety
Use this checklist to manage all the meds in your home
What every woman should know about heart attacks 
What every woman should know about heart attacks
When it comes to heart attack symptoms, women and men are different.
Young hearts no longer run free  Featured
Young hearts no longer run free
You’re young. You’re invincible. You have your whole life ahead of you. You don’t worry about things like heart disease, or a sudden heart attack. That’s what your parents—or grandparents—worry about, right? Well, the chances are increasing that you could be very, very wrong. The number of young adults suffering cardiovascular disease is on the rise. Just ask Dan Cavanaugh.
Heart-healthy apps  Featured
Heart-healthy apps
Ever thought about checking your heart rate with your camera phone? “Cool” may not save lives, but these apps use nifty technology to keep you heart-healthy. Here’s a review of three apps.
Saying “I Do” may be good medicine for your heart 
Saying “I Do” may be good medicine for your heart
When it comes to matters of the heart, experts say marriage is a good thing.
Abbott lands FDA Approval for heart stent 
Abbott lands FDA Approval for heart stent
Abbott Laboratories announced that its Xience Xpedition heart stent was approved by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration…
My heart will go on  Featured
My heart will go on
Leroy Haynes is the first Illinois patient to leave the hospital with a Total Artificial Heart. Here is his story.