Health Study Finds Connection Between Women's Sleep Troubles, Weight Control ProblemsKnowing how and why sleep and weight are connected can help you make some better, healthier choices that can help you control your weight.
Heart Disease Survivors, Cardiologist Say Symptoms For Women Can Be Misdiagnosed Or SilentAccording to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States.
Big Study Casts Doubt On Need For Many Heart ProceduresThe results challenge medical dogma and call into question some of the most common practices in heart care.
What You Need To Know About Heart Disease And Diagnosing The SymptomsAccording to the American Heart Association, nearly half of all adults in the U.S. have some form of heart or blood vessel disease.
National Wear Red Day Aims To Raise Awareness About Heart Disease In WomenAs CBS2’s Alex Denis reports, heart disease is the number one killer in women and disease rates in younger women are increasing.
HealthWatch: AHA Issues New Cholesterol GuidelinesThe American Heart Association has revised its recommendations for who needs to take cholesterol-lowering medications.
Regular Exercise Can Take Away 'Years Of Damage' From Laziness And Doing Nothing, Study SaysA new study has revealed that the statement 'it's never too late to get in shape' actually does hold water after all.
New Research Suggests Coconut Oil Not As Healthy As Once ThoughtThe American Heart Association is shattering the common belief that coconut oil is healthy. In a new report, the association found that it actually increased bad cholesterol in 7 out of 10 trials.
Thousands To Participate In This Week's Wall Street Run & Heart WalkThis week thousands of people will make strides against two of the nation's top killers – heart disease and stroke.
Eye On New York: On HealthFebruary is American Heart Month, but most Americans don't know it. CBS 2's Max Gomez explains heart health and Dana Tyler speaks with Dr. Holly Anderson of the American Heart Association.
7 Steps To Living Healthy In New YearAmericans are only one week into the new year, and it’s not too late to get started on New Year’s Resolutions. Furthermore, why not make the New Year’s Resolutions permanent resolutions? No matter what day it is, it’s never too late to start a healthy routine.
Heart Association Issues New Guidelines For CPRSay goodbye to the ABC's of CPR: Rescuers are now being urged to start with hard, fast chest compressions before giving mouth-to-mouth.
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