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Brenda Tuttle’s shortness of breath remained a mystery for weeks until a CT scan revealed a pulmonary embolism.
Cardiovascular disease can sneak up on women, so here's what you need to know about how to combat it.
Sea razonable al evaluar sus opciones, no exagere al punto de sacrificar esos pequeños placeres de la vida.
Scott Kovacs' heart beat a path toward almost certain death. With a new heart, he's now running toward his future.
Study shows those who enjoy both activities get double the benefits when it came to cardiovascular health.
With help from family and hospice caregivers, Gloria Koch makes her annual trip to an apple orchard.
The simple, pain-free movements in this Chinese tradition may be exactly what heart attack survivors need to reclaim their health.
Called the 'miracle man,' Stanley Carey is back on his feet and enjoying life without limits after a severe stroke nearly took him down.
For women especially, multiple traumatic experiences are apt to cause health problems that can lead to heart disease.
La tercera edición de la Caminata/Carrera de 5 Kilómetros es el sábado.