Roadmap to a Healthy Heartchevron_right
To keep you heading in the right direction, follow these targeted heart disease prevention guidelines. Read the road signs and sample a few of the recommendations:
Getting the Most from Your Blood Pressure Medicinechevron_right
Learning you have high blood pressure can come as a surprise. After all, the condition usually has no symptoms. But once you’ve been diagnosed, taking steps to control it can protect your heart—and your health.
Small Diet Changes, Big Heart Benefitschevron_right
When you’re living with coronary artery disease (CAD), eating healthy can feel daunting. But a diet change doesn’t have to be drastic for it to have an impact. Small tweaks can go a long way in helping your health. Here’s how to get started.
Know the Warning Signs of an Aneurysmchevron_right
An aneurysm occurs when a weak spot in an artery wall starts to bulge out like a balloon. Some aneurysms develop slowly over a period of years. Many cause no problems.
Diagnosed with Heart Disease? Here’s What to Do Nextchevron_right
Diagnosed with heart disease? With lifestyle changes, medicine, and medical procedures, if needed, you can live a healthier life and reduce your risk for more serious issues. Here are some of the first steps you should take.
Want a Healthier Heart? Eat More Avocadoschevron_right
They are full of fiber, packed with potassium, and feature ample amounts of good-for-you fats. Avocados have long ranked highly on the list of nutritious foods.