The concept of Valentine’s Day involves a heart; for Philadelphia high schooler, Brendan, the event brings to mind a new heart that he received two years ago.
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Many men and women take calcium as a dietary supplement, often to promote bone health. However, a new study has found that a high intake of calcium may increase the risk of heart disease.
Researchers have found a way to help patients with severe heart disease grow new blood vessels.
In a first analysis, researchers find a link between coronary heart disease and perceived stress. The study is novel because the authors say it applies to almost everyone.
IBM is working with scientists to use computers that predict risk of sudden cardiac death from dangerous heart rhythm problems that you may not know could strike.
New research finds obese women might cut their risk for heart disease by eating three larger meals a day versus frequent small meals.
This time of year many of us blow our diet at a festive holiday meal. In addition, many Americans eat unhealthily much of the time.