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A new study finds cutting salt intake to levels below the recommended maximum does not benefit heart failure patients and may increase the risk of death.
A new study finds Black women who experience racism on the job, in housing and with police are significantly more likely to develop heart disease.
A new study finds smart watches and other wellness trackers may interfere with pacemakers and other implantable cardiac devices.
Women with long reproductive lifespans may have a lower risk of stroke, according to new research.
Teens who feel loved and are optimistic about their lives are more likely to have optimal heart health in their 20s and 30s.
Researchers use smartwatches to track the heart health of thousands of COVID booster recipients and find no lasting, harmful, or negative effects.
Heart disease patients who feel lonely and socially isolated face an increased risk of premature death, according to a new study.
The American Heart Association issues its latest scientific statement on the safety and effectiveness of complementary and alternative therapies for heart failure.
Exercising in the morning lowers the risk of heart disease and stroke, especially for women, researchers find.
Teens and young adults following unsafe hearing practices with ear buds, headphones and live concerts, researchers say.
Video gaming may trigger life-threatening heart rhythm problems in susceptible children, researchers say.
Drinking two to three cups of coffee a day appears to lower the risk of heart disease and boost longevity, researchers say.
Researchers discover an association between ADHD and about 20 different heart diseases, including cardiac arrest and stroke.
Older adults with type 2 diabetes face an increased risk of heart failure after using certain NSAIDs, researchers say.
Patients who treat chronic pain with medical marijuana face a slightly higher risk of heart arrhythmias, researchers say.
Taming your salt habit with a salt substitute may lower your risk of heart disease, stroke and early death, researchers say.