From atrial fibrillation to heart attacks and congestive heart failure, the articles in this section cover cardiovascular conditions and the treatments available.
8 Step Plan to Lower Your Cholesterol
What's the Difference Between Cardiac Arrest and a Heart Attack?
Cyanosis: Why Your Fingers Turn Blue
Skipping Breakfast Associated With Hardened Arteries, Say Heart Specialists
How the Graphene Blood Pressure Tattoo Will Change Monitoring
Heart Stents Fail to Alleviate Chest Pain, New Study Finds
How is CHD treated?
What causes CHD?
We often use the terms heart attack and cardiac arrest interchangeably. But these are two different conditions. How can you tell one from the other?
Continuous monitoring of blood pressure instead of the static, one-time reading provided by a cuff is a medical holy grail and scientists have, for the first time, come up with a graphene tattoo that will provide it.
A groundbreaking study upends conventional wisdom on heart stents for treating stable angina.
Skipping breakfast might seem innocuous, but a new study finds it associated with atherosclerosis and a wider waistline.
A U.K. study that lasted years and involved thousands of people suggests a link between slow walking and cardiovascular mortality.
Thanks to a portable driver, Stan Larkin was able to live with an artificial heart out in the real world for 555 days.
A new study finds that babies are surprisingly willing to resist the dark side — to a certain point.
By Robert Lamb
Fat on a low cholesterol diet is not bad in small servings, especially if it is the type of good fat. Learn more about controlling your fat intake while on a diet.
Eating lower cholesterol foods when you dine out can lead to a healthier figure. Learn more about making lower cholesterol food choices you eat out at restaurants.
Fried foods and cholesterol are typically talked about in the same sentence because of the effects fried foods have on cholesterol. Learn about the relationship between fried foods and cholesterol levels.
Whole milk and high cholesterol are commonly linked to one another. Learn more about whole milk and its relationship to high cholesterol in this article.
There are many variables that can increase a person's risk for developing high cholesterol. Learn more about how heredity can affect the risk of high cholesterol in an individual.
Diabetes and cholesterol have some similarities that you should be aware about. See what we have uncovered about cholesterol and its relationship to diabetes.
Age, gender and cholesterol are all factors that can affect your health. Learn more about the causes and risks that pose a problem to cholesterol levels.
The recommended cholesterol level for people at risk for heart disease is different for every person that could be susceptible to this disease. Learn more about the recommended cholesterol levels that an individual at risk should be aware about.