Did you know that winter brings a 20 to 53 percent spike in strokes and heart attacks? Find out the possible reasons—and what you can do to help minimize the danger.
Did you know that winter can affect your cardiovascular health? Some research puts the overall incidence of heart attack at more than 50 percent higher in winter than summer.
Symptoms of heart disease and heart attack may be more subtle in women. Here's what you need to know about your risk and heart health.
If you have angina, think of it as your heart-health wake-up call and see your doctor regularly, especially of your chest pain worsens.
February is American Heart Month. Did you know that cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States? Fight back!
Important information about how to recognize symptoms of angina and what to do about them.
Cutting back on saturated fats is easier than you think—a simple way to improve your heart health.
Controlling your cholesterol level is important for heart health - here are some facts you may not know.