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News Is it normal to always have cold feet?

If you are having trouble comprehending why your feet are literally constantly chilly, you may need some assistance.

Posted on February 23 2024
News Normal resting heart rate for men by age

The resting heart rate (RHR) is one of the most effective methods for monitoring your heart health.

Posted on February 22 2024
News Snoop Dogg’s Daughter Had a Stroke at 24. It Could Happen to You

The risk of having a stroke is higher for black people, and the risk of death from a stroke is higher for non-Hispanic blacks.

Posted on February 15 2024
News Why Weight Loss Surgery Can Lower Your Blood Pressure

A recent study indicates that bariatric surgery is more effective than medicine alone in controlling high blood pressure in obese individuals.

Posted on February 14 2024
News 7 Small Acts of Self-Care Your Heart Will Love

The heart benefits greatly from a diet rich in plant-based foods and frequent physical exercise. But there are other ways to satisfy your heart health.

Posted on February 8 2024
News How to Handle Cardiac Cough in Heart Failure

Unlike the type of cough that could accompany an upper respiratory infection, cardiac coughs are not the result of bacteria or viruses.

Posted on February 7 2024
News Do You Know Exercise Lowers Resting Heart Rate?

The American Heart Association defines a resting heart rate as the number of times your heart beats per minute at rest.

Posted on January 31 2024
News The Absolute Worst Food for Your Arteries

Among the foods people eat, one stands out as being especially bad for the arteries

Posted on January 24 2024
News The Dietary Habit That Is Making Your Blood Pressure Worse

Many people don't know this, but there is one dietary habit that cardiologists warn is particularly harmful for blood pressure.

Posted on January 17 2024
News 7 Resolutions Cardiologists Want You to Make This Year

Keeping your heart healthy is crucial since, according to the CDC, heart disease is still the #1 cause of death in the United States.

Posted on January 3 2024