cardiovascular disease

Hundreds Of Women 'Go Red' For Cardiovascular Health AwarenessHeart disease survivors are sharing their personal journeys with CBS2 in honor of national Go Red Day, raising awareness about growing heart risks to women across the country.
Sitting At Work For Hours Can Be As Unhealthy As SmokingDoctors are urging the millions of people who work at a desk all day to stand up or walk around the office.
Dr. Max Gomez: Flu Shots For Better Heart HealthYour flu shot may be protecting you from more than just the flu. It could also protect you against the number one killer of Americans.
Study: Airport Noise Could Take Toll On Neighbors' HealthRecent research found that high levels of aircraft noise are associated with increased risks of stroke and heart disease.
Experts: More Fruits And Vegetables Could Save Americans BillionsAn extra serving of fruits or vegetables could significantly prolong lives and save Americans billions in health care costs, according to a report released Wednesday by the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Seen At 11: Test Detects Heart Disease Using Only Your FingersCould a simple, completely non-invasive test predict your risk for a heart attack just by measuring your finger?
Weill Cornell Medical College Gets $100M From Former Enron ChiefA $100 million dollar gift from New York City philanthropists Renee and Robert Belfer was announced with much fanfare at Weill Cornell Medical College on Wednesday.
Diet Soda Linked To Higher Risk Of Heart Attack, StrokeMany people make the switch to diet soda to be a bit healthier when they indulge, but a new study suggests that diet soda drinkers could be more susceptible to heart disease or a stroke.
FDA Mulling Ban Of Popular Diet Drug MeridiaA popular diet drug may be more dangerous than it is helpful, and the government is weighing in on what consumers should do. An FDA committee is considering pulling Meridia as studies show it can increase the risk of heart attacks for some.