3 Dangerous Myths About Heart Disease that Many Women — and Doctors — Believe

Which is the No. 1 killer of women: heart disease or breast cancer? If you guessed heart disease, congratulations! You’re better informed than 45% of women— and many doctors, including cardiologists — according to a shocking survey published in Journal of the American
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Are You Getting the Right Dose of Your Medication?

If you’re one of the 226 million Americans who take prescription drugs to treat heart disease or other conditions, a new genetic test called MyPGt can help your healthcare provider personalize your care, so you get the safest and most
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7 Heart-Smart New Year’s Resolutions — and How to Keep Them

Most Americans make New Year’s resolutions — and setting goals to improve health, such as exercising more, typically top the list. This is a great time to focus on taking optimal care of your most important muscle: your heart. Large
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Heart Attack Myths, Busted

If you think you’re too young — or too healthy — to have a heart attack, a recent cautionary tale published in The New York Times may change your mind. The article’s author, Trymaine Lee, never considered himself to be at risk
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Bernie Sanders’ Heart Attack: Could It Have Been Prevented?

Now back on the campaign trail after suffering a heart attack in October, Sen. Bernie Sanders faces ongoing questions about his health. “ ‘Heart attack’ is a scary word,” the 78-year-old acknowledged during an interview on ABC’s “This Week.” However,
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The Ten Best and Worst Foods for Your Heart and Brain Health

“Let food be thy medicine,” wrote Hippocrates centuries ago. But which foods should you choose to protect the health of your heart, brain and arteries — and which ones should you avoid? In 2017, an analysis of American dietary patterns
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