Cardiologist Paul Dudley White helped found Massachusetts General Hospital's cardiology unit 100 years ago on basic tenets of heart health that still hold true today.
"I’m sorry, but there are no jolly green giant beans for your heartache." - Hearty Humor by Jonny Hawkins
Even low-intensity smokers are at risk of early death, according to a study published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine.
Around-the-clock monitoring revealed undetected high blood pressure among adults who had normal readings in the clinic, a new study shows.
Smoking will be prohibited in public housing properties to reduce secondhand smoke exposure, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
NFL players recognize and support the American Heart Association with custom cleats that they will wear on-field this weekend.
Go Red Get Fit, a campaign that motivates participants to make healthy changes, adds some new challenges for the fourth quarter of the year.
Millions of Americans live with heart disease, stroke or a cardiovascular condition. Your donation will help us save and improve their lives with research, education and emergency care.
If you or someone else is experiencing these warning signs of heart attack, stroke or cardiac arrest, call 9-1-1 right away.
Protect the hearts of loved ones this holiday season. Knowing the signs of a heart attack can save lives.
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