Lisa Cardillo went from an active mom to a heart attack patient ‘in the blink of an eye.’
Cardiac arrest victims are twice as likely to recover if a bystander is able to shock their hearts back into rhythm.
About 1 in 20 people survive sudden cardiac arrest at home. Amber Ciesielski, 32, survived—but she now faces a rare heart condition.
Patients with heart problems should know that the risk is slight.
Surgery and a steely resolve helped Howie Glupker, 76, put his heart attack behind him and the softball field ahead.
Having the devices easily accessible might save the lives of more cardiac arrest victims.
Heeding these warnings could save your life or the life of a loved one.
As the snow starts to fly, beware of the strain that removing it may cause.
After cardiac arrest at age 25 and heart failure at age 31, Rick Eding is waiting patiently for the transplant that could save his life.
You're more likely to get struck by lightning in Michigan than in 48 other states. Here's your primer to keep it from happening to you.
Heart trouble dealt knockout punches to three men who frequent the same gym. Each time, quick action saved lives.
For patients with weak heart muscles, implanted devices ensure the beat goes on.
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