Cardiac Vest Helps Doctors Map Heart AbnormalitiesWhile most heart rhythm abnormalities are just unpleasant, some can be lethal. To figure out how to fix the serious ones, doctors need an electrical map of the heart.
Lovely Flying: Airliner Takes Heart-Shaped Route For Valentine's DayA Virgin Atlantic plane got into the spirit of Valentine's Day by taking a heart-shaped flight path while traveling over the coast of England.
Triathlete Back In Good Health After Being Saved From Clinical DeathA Long Island man was clinically dead for 11 minutes when his heart stopped during the New York City Triathlon this past summer, but he has defied the odds.
Dr. Max Gomez: Giving Thanks For The Gift Of LifeMany of us have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, and that includes a California woman who will be able to celebrate the holiday after receiving the gift of life twice.
Long Island's Public Enemy Among Inductees In Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Class Of 2013The other acts set to be enshrined in Cleveland are Donna Summer, Albert King, Rush, Heart and Randy Newman.
Ann And Nancy Wilson Discuss New Heart Album 'Fanatic,' Memoir 'Kicking And Dreaming'When sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson formed the band "Heart," they probably didn't expect to become groundbreakers for other female rockers.
Rascal Flatts To Get Star On Hollywood Walk Of FameThe boys of Rascal Flatts follow Vince Gill in getting a star of their own in Hollywood, on the world-renowned Walk of Fame.
Study: The Body Just Can't Handle Long-Term Job-Related StressWomen with significant levels of job-related stress are almost 70 percent more likely to have a heart attack and nearly 40 percent more likely to suffer from other forms of cardiovascular trauma than women with low-stress jobs, a new study says.
Be Careful With Coffee: The Dangers For Your HeartIf your cholesterol is high, chances are you've been told to change your lifestyle. You probably hear things like, stop smoking, get more exercise and avoid fatty foods. Well, it appears health experts may soon be telling you to cut down on your coffee intake.
Could The Big Game Be Bad For Your Heart?Dr. Richard Shlofmitz from St. Francis Hospital says screaming at the TV while chowing down on unhealthy foods isn't the best combination for your heart.
HealthWatch: Heart DialysisMore than 1.25 million times a year, someone has a heart attack in this country. Most will actually survive a first heart attack but often with damage to the heart muscle, damage that eventually, perhaps years later, catches up with the victim and causes heart failure.
NYC Marathon Runner Has New Lease On LifeTo participate in the New York City Marathon at 69-years-old is outstanding. To do it with a new heart that you just got in January is absolutely unbelievable.

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