Heart

Coronary Heart Disease

It's well known that plaque buildup in any way, shape, or form is detrimental to the health of an organ or system, but Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) can be espec...

Hypertension

One in four Americans has hypertension. Alarming to think about, I know, but what if I told you it might be entirely preventable in most cases? To succeed in ke...
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Heart Attack

Heart Attack Men suffer heart attacks (also called acute myocardial infarctions) an average of 10 years younger than women do, and they’re more likely to die of a heart attack than women of the same age. The death rate for African American men is even higher than it is for whites. Sadly, half of the men who die of heart disease weren’t even aware that they had a problem. In fact, the most common symptom of a heart attack is, unfortunately, sudden death.