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.
American Heart Month: High-Tech Pumps To The RescueThe Impella pump works by drawing blood out of the heart and pushing it into the aorta.
Amid Conflicting Studies, What Should A Heart-Healthy Diet Look Like?A recent analysis of diet studies claimed that there's no need to reduce your red and processed meat intake for good health. Most every cardiologist from the American Heart Association disagreed.
Women's Heart Health Week: Dana Tyler On Her Favorite Heart-Healthy FoodsThere's all this attention in February on Valentine's Day, but what about the real hearts for women? As CBS'2s Dana Tyler points out, eating well is so important for your heart.
Women's Heart Health Week: Mary Calvi On How Symptoms Differ Between Men And WomenAs we go into February and celebrate Women's Heart Health Week, CBS2's Mary Calvi reminds us to be aware of heart attack symptoms in women and men.
American Heart Month: Understanding The Link Between Heart Disease And Cancer TreatmentSome people may not be aware of the link between heart disease and cancer treatment. As Dr. Max Gomez reported Monday, sometimes life-saving treatments can also damage the heart.
Heart Health Month: Top Detection And Prevention TipsDr. William Salerno, a cardiovascular disease specialist from Hackensack University Medical Center, has important advice how to take care of your heart.
Women's Heart Health Week: Kristine Johnson On Her Sister's Life-Threatening ExperienceYou love them with all your heart, but how often do you think about their actual hearts? CBS2's Kristine Johnson reminds us of being mindful of ourselves and others after a close-to-home story of her own.
Drink Up: Study Claims 25 Cups Of Coffee In A Day Won't Harm Your HeartThe study examined 8,000 people in the United Kingdom and found that the biggest coffee drinkers had no more hardening of the arteries than people who only drank a small amount.
New Study Suggests Rigorous Exercise Not Necessarily Needed To Combat Effects Of Sitting For HoursThere is some surprisingly good news for couch potatoes. Specifically, it's about how much exercise you need to do to counteract the downside of a sedentary lifestyle.
Eating Cheese Won't Increase Risk Of Heart Problems, Study SaysResearchers say eating dairy products won’t increase your risk of developing heart problems later on in life.
New Protocol Could Significantly Increase Survival Rates In Cardiac Arrest CasesThere were more than half a million cases of cardiac arrest in the United States last year, killing more than 300,000 Americans. But now, a new emergency protocol that’s being tested can significantly increase survival rates.
Yo-Yo Dieting After Menopause Could Pose Heart Health Risk To Some Women, Study ClaimsAre you a 'yo-yo' dieter who loses weight, gains it back, loses it, and then gains it back all over again?
Fitbit Lawsuit Claims Fitness Bracelets Have Faulty Heart Monitoring TechFitness bracelets are the newest craze -- but how accurate are they?
Health Watch: Can Medical Devices Be Attacked By Hackers?The FDA has issued an alert warning health providers to discontinue use of some specific IV pumps due to their susceptibility to cybersecurity attacks.