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Ways to stop heart palpitations
Heart palpitations can feel like a fluttering in the chest, a pounding heart, or a racing pulse. Smoking, exercise, and stress can cause them, but if palpitations are the result of an underlying condition, treatment will be necessary. Here, learn how to stop heart palpitations at home and when to see a doctor.
How long can a person live with congestive heart failure?
Congestive heart failure is a progressive disease that causes the heart to weaken, making it difficult to pump blood around the body. In this article, we look at the symptoms, stages, and life expectancy of congestive heart failure. We also look at treatment options, including lifestyle changes and surgery.
Nut lovers rejoice: Your favorite snack protects your heart
Nuts are widely considered beneficial to the heart. A new study dives deeper into the specifics and finds out exactly what nuts can do for our tickers.
What are the signs of heart attack in a woman?
Symptoms of a heart attack can often vary between males and females. Being able to spot the early signs means that prompt treatment can be sought. There are also risk factors, such as lifestyle choices, that can be avoided, although some, such as age, genetics, or medical history, may not be avoidable. Learn more here.
How music helps the heart find its beat
A new study shows that listening to music can intensify the beneficial effects of hypertension medication in people with high blood pressure.
What is serum cholesterol?
Serum cholesterol is a measurement of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, which is considered good, low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, which is considered bad, and triglycerides. A person's serum cholesterol level can help to determine whether they should change their diet or lifestyle. Learn more here.
Just one extra drink could take years off your life
The myth that moderate drinking is good for your heart takes a blow from this new study, which suggests the United States alcohol guidelines are too high.
What are diastole and systole in blood pressure?
A person’s blood pressure is measured by the balance between diastolic and systolic pressure in the heart. The current guidelines say that a normal range is under 120/80 mm Hg. Here, we discuss the difference between diastole and systole and the risks of hypertension (high) and hypotension (low) blood pressure.
How does depression affect people with cardiovascular disease?
A new study outlines the ways in which the risk or diagnosis of depression affects the health-related quality of life for people with cardiovascular disease.
There's no such thing as heart-protecting fat, study finds
Contrary to the belief that some fat protects the heart, a new study finds that losing fat in the thighs, hips, and buttocks lowers cardiovascular risk.
These vegetables may promote artery health
A study of older women finds that eating more vegetables — especially cruciferous ones — is tied to less thickening of carotid artery walls.
Space travel may hold the key to cardiac repair
New research — conducted both in space and on Earth — suggests that simulated microgravity could be used to boost stem-cell therapy for cardiac repair.
What causes dizziness when bending over?
Feeling dizzy or lightheaded when bending over is a common complaint. Many of the causes of dizziness are not harmful, such as low blood pressure or a medication. It can also indicate treatable conditions, including anemia, hypothyroidism, and inner ear infections. Learn more about the causes and when to see a doctor.
What causes broken blood vessels on the face?
Broken blood vessels or spider veins are enlarged blood vessels under the skin. They can occur anywhere but can appear on the face for a variety of reasons, including alcohol consumption and vomiting. In this article, learn how to get rid of broken blood vessels on the face with clinical treatments and home remedies.
This is how a single high-fat meal can lead to heart disease
Only 4 hours after consumption, a single super-high-fat meal alters red blood cells in a way that endangers cardiovascular health, a new study finds.
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