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The heart and kidneys share a special, life-sustaining connection, so that what’s good or bad for one is generally good or bad for the other.
Substitutes for table salt have been around for decades. But are they a healthy alternative to the real thing?
A woman’s risk for cardiovascular disease – including heart attack and stroke – increases significantly after menopause.
Thanks to the care Kelly Rizer received with University Hospitals Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute, she experienced both life-saving heart surgery and her wedding within a short period of time.
If you’ve had your cholesterol checked, you might wonder how important your cholesterol levels are for determining heart disease risk. It’s just one of many factors.
An alarming trend in heart disease has taken hold among younger adults. The incidence of heart attacks in people under age 40 is on the rise.
A woman who had aortic valve replacement surgery at University Hospitals Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute 10 years ago celebrates her 104th birthday.
Heart patient DeAnn Bartram has a good prognosis after genetic testing helps identify her hereditary arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy – a condition that claimed the lives of her two sisters.