Articles for Tag: "coronary heart disease"
How the Hawaiian lifestyle could help you prevent heart disease.
About 1 out of 250 adults in the US have it and usually don’t know.
Life since the industrial revolution has been more cushy, but are there benefits to our forebearers’ way of life? A physician weighs in on a surprising new study.
Until now, stents were made of metal. A new device dissolves over a two to three year time period.
A new study says that different racial and ethnic backgrounds may have a lower risk for coronary heart disease.
A new study says conditions such as diabetes and obesity can interrupt normal sleep cycles and have a negative impact on your health.
Contrary to popular belief, a high-intensity workout may actually be beneficial for patients with heart disease.
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