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When her heart stopped after her dog died, doctors said it was broken heart...

Tess and Dan Kossow did all they could to have a child. When they turned to in vitro fertilization, their first attempt appeared to work....

The benefits of a COVID vaccine far outweigh the small risk of treatable heart...

Repeated COVID-19 outbreaks in Australia have once again highlighted the need for rapid and widespread vaccination. We are extremely fortunate the global scientific community has...

Unloading groceries, he found his wife on the ground not breathing

Lynn and Kent Wiles spent the morning running errands together. The Oregon couple shopped for groceries, stopped by the bank and picked up items...

Protecting your heart before, during and after cancer treatment

Cardiac care is not likely the first thing on a patient’s mind when fighting cancer, however, cancer and cardiovascular issues are closely linked. Cardio-oncology is...

Doctor asked, ‘Did you know you had a heart attack?’

At an annual checkup, Tasha Benjamin's doctor looked over her electrocardiogram readings and asked whether she'd had a heart attack. Thinking it was a joke,...

This soft skin patch could provide early warning for strokes, heart attacks

In a new study from the University of California San Diego, researchers have developed a soft and stretchy ultrasound patch that can be worn...

Heart disease remains #1 killer in U.S. indefinitely due to long-term COVID-19 impact

In a new report from the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, researchers found heart disease and stroke continue to kill more people...

Red and processed meat linked to higher risk of heart disease, new study shows

In a new study from the University of Oxford, researchers confirmed red and processed meat linked to higher risk of heart disease. Globally, coronary heart...

One cup of nitrate-rich vegetables per day may prevent heart disease

In a new study published in the European Journal of Epidemiology, researchers found that by eating just one cup of nitrate-rich vegetables each day...

Drinking coffee does not harm your heart rate, study shows

In a new study from the University of California, San Francisco, researchers found that caffeine doesn't seem to increase most people's risk of arrhythmias. They...