Heart Care

Caffeine: How much is too much? 
Caffeine: How much is too much?
It’s no secret America runs on caffeine. But is there a limit to how much caffeine is safe to consume?
How William got his groove back—and his golf swing  Featured
How William got his groove back—and his golf swing
TAVR: It may sound foreign, but it’s the next big thing in heart care and it’s helping to heal plenty of hearts.
Baby’s rare heart defect surgery inspires Grey’s Anatomy  Featured
Baby’s rare heart defect surgery inspires Grey’s Anatomy
Ian McDonagh was one of the first infants in North America to survive surgery for two extremely rare heart defects. A decade later, Grey’s Anatomy recaps his miraculous story.
Salt Debate: Too much or too little? 
Salt Debate: Too much or too little?
Health experts take a closer look at the amount of salt people should consume.
Your dog may be helping your heart 
Your dog may be helping your heart
Having a pet, especially a dog, may lower your risk of heart disease says the American Heart Association. Find out why.
Boosting Physician Q and A 
Boosting Physician Q and A
The American Heart Association is encouraging doctors and other clinicians to ask heart patients more quality-of-life questions. Find out why.
Fighting childhood obesity is a family affair  Featured
Fighting childhood obesity is a family affair
Doctors say parents play a critical role in helping their children maintain a healthy weight. Dr. Jennifer DeBruler cautions against “too much and too little”— too much junk food and too little exercise.