One Heart Stories
Many of us like to enjoy cocktails at holiday parties, but we could be damaging our hearts in the process.
Brittany Clayborne developed heart failure soon after the birth of her son. As she awaits a heart transplant, she inspires others to become organ donors.
Can inactivating genetic mutations actually help lower cholesterol and heart disease risk? Two geneticists are determined to find out.
It’s a well-known fact that sugar isn’t great for us. But what it’s doing to kids’ hearts is not only surprising – it’s downright scary.
New research suggests 150 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise a week may not be enough to prevent chronic heart failure.
Why do some patients have higher blood pressure numbers at the doctor’s office than at home? It could be “white coat hypertension.”
Ben Lecomte is attempting to swim across the Pacific Ocean. Our cardiology team will be monitoring his heart from the first plunge to the final paddle.
Having a heart condition doesn’t necessarily exclude you from donating blood. Dr. Sulistio explains which heart patients can and can’t safely give blood.
It’s hard to get back to healthy-eating habits after a weekend of football snacks. These five tips can help families stay on track without sacrificing flavor.
Children born with congenital heart defects are rarely “cured” through surgery. Dr. Brickner explains how patients can receive the best care through adulthood.