Get adventurous with the protein packed grain If you want to implement more protein into your diet, try this bistro quinoa with beets and goat’s cheese salad to get more adventurous in your diet. Replacing greens with quinoa turns culinary ...Read More »
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Atrial fibrillation is a heart rhythm disorder in which the upper chambers of the heart (the atria) beat fast and irregularly. Normally, the muscular walls of the right and left atria contract at the same time, pumping blood into the ...Read More »
Q. My cardiologist told me to take clopidogrel for a year after I received a stent. Now the year is up. I haven’t had any bleeding problems. Should I keep taking it? A. In addition to aspirin, doctors routinely prescribe ...Read More »
If you’re over 65, be sure to follow the latest pneumonia vaccine guidelines. Each year, about a million people in the United States end up in the hospital with pneumonia, a serious lung infection that can be caused by an ...Read More »
Thanks to early screening, lifesaving interventions, and sophisticated pharmacology, millions of people live full, active lives after a heart disease diagnosis. That can include sex. Although the physical and emotional strains of cardiovascular disease often take a toll on a ...Read More »
If you’re “leaning in” by putting in extra hours on the job, you may be gaining gender equality that you don’t want—the same stroke risk as your male colleagues. A recent analysis indicates that women who work 55 hours or ...Read More »
In the journals The influential U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has endorsed low-dose daily aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease in people ages 50 to 59 who have a 10% or greater chance of heart attack or stroke in the ...Read More »
Research we’re watching Women who have heart attacks before age 60 may be less likely to receive a lifesaving procedure to restore blood flow to the heart (an angioplasty plus a stent) than men in that age group, according to ...Read More »
If your summer vacation plans include a stop at one of the nation’s major airline hubs, you can put your waiting time to good use by learning cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The American Heart Association and the Anthem Foundation partnered to ...Read More »
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