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For many people, the first sign of coronary artery disease (CAD) is a heart attack or life-threatening arrhythmia. Learn about a test that can help determine your risk for heart disease or CAD.
Enjoy fun in the sun this summer - but be cautious in the hot weather if you or someone in your family has heart disease or a congenital heart condition.
Menopause is the start of a new chapter. One aspect that many women may not realize is that they now are at higher risk of cardiovascular disease.
Women are increasingly aware of cardiovascular disease and its symptoms. But many don't know that women have different symptoms, treatments and outcomes than men. Learn about these important differences and what you should do.
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, more than all cancers combined. Your OB-GYN can play a key role in helping detect heart disease early on. Learn more.
Many young women spend more time worrying about cancer than their heart health, but young women have to understand that heart disease knows no age requirement.
Recently updated physical activity guidelines from federal health officials are aiming at even younger Americans than ever before. What parents need to know.
Cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation carry some cardiac risk, either immediately or later on.