Cardiovascular Care

Cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of women and men in the U.S. Learn more about heart disease and vascular conditions from our specialists and discover support programs to help improve your quality of life, every day.

Patient Story

In the balance

Blindsided by a life-threatening diagnosis, a Central Michigan University student beats the odds and lives to receive a heart transplant.

Balance cholesterol naturally

Learn how to maintain the right level of the good stuff—and how to lower the bad stuff.

Patient Story

‘You’d never know’

After little Evelyn Brummel underwent coronary bypass surgery, “It’s amazing how fast she has bounced back.”

Patient Story

‘I didn’t have very long to live’

Doctors gave Jim Oldfield a year to live. Today, he's back to training for competitions.

Don’t let a diagnosis get you down

If you're battling a chronic condition, a few healthy lifestyle changes could help improve your outcome.

The building blocks of fitness

Get moving today with these at-home workout tips for all ages.

Do heart attacks rise as we spring ahead?

Preventive and interventional cardiologists provide suggestions for how to take it easy on your ticker.

Patient Story

‘I look at life with new perspective’

When a high school basketball player collapsed during practice, a coach's quick action saved his life.

Help kids build healthy habits

A pediatrician offers tips for parents as they aim to help children reach a healthy weight amid a pandemic.

Patient Story

‘I’m not going to die today’

A rapid response from multiple health teams helped a Michigan bow hunter survive a heart attack.

A man’s life-saving epiphany

Middle-age guys who want to reclaim their health through diet and exercise should expect the unexpected—but anticipate results, too.

5 heart-warming tips for cold weather

A preventive cardiologist shares good advice for people with a heart condition—and everyone else.