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  • Looking to get in shape and lose some weight, as a part of your post-holiday goals and New Year’s resolutions? There are countless diets and health regimens you could follow that claim success when it comes to losing weight. However, you should be aware of products that promise fast or instant results. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. More …

  • Smoking raises blood pressure and heart rates, and can also cause chest pain, irregular heartbeat, heart attack and stroke. But most of this damage is reversible. More …

  • There are often no symptoms or warning signs for vascular disease, which can be life-threatening. Painless, non-invasive ultrasound screenings of the veins and arteries can identify problems. More …

  • If you have an irregular heart rhythm, or your heart often beats too fast or too slowly, your doctor may recommend an artificial cardiac pacemaker. More …

  • Having your blood pressure taken during a medical visit only gives you the reading for that moment. But since your blood pressure generally fluctuates throughout the day, that single reading may not be accurate. More …

  • Heart failure is a serious condition that requires medical attention. But with proper treatment, it is often possible to live a full and enjoyable life. More …

  • Managing work stress is all about learning to simplify, focus and recharge. Here are seven tips to help you feel more in charge under pressure. More …

  • After a heart attack, time lost means heart muscle lost. Fast action provides the best chance for survival and optimum recovery. More …

  • When a woman goes through menopause, typically between the ages of 50 and 54, her risk for heart disease rises significantly. More …

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