Study: Indulging in the occasional siesta might reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.
Amid mounting health concerns, 65-year-old Mozella Taylor turned to prayer for answers—and she soon found guidance in her quest for better health.
A free community health program helps Lillie Towns overcome physical and emotional barriers to reclaim her life.
New habits and close guidance from a unique wellness program helped a young grandmother take control of her health.
Chest pain prompted Jorge Gonzalez to visit a wellness office just down the street. Moments later, he found himself headed to surgery.
Modest increases in physical fitness can improve overall health, ultimately paying off with a healthier heart.
Asked if he wanted to undergo a groundbreaking surgery to rebuild his heart, 11-year-old Trent Ahlefeld said, ‘I’ll take a risk to make myself feel better.”
A soccer player defies the odds of cardiac arrest thanks to a teammate’s quick action.
Fabiola Garnett suffered cardiac arrest at age 13. Two decades later, she received the gift of a heart.
Unlike a heart attack, heart failure is a chronic condition.
Prevention is key—especially adopting positive lifestyle behaviors.
Repetition of extreme athletic activity may cause trouble for men.
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