One Heart Stories
More and more people of South or East Asian ancestry are developing diabetes. Why is this happening, and what does it mean for their heart disease risk?
Heavy feeling in the legs? Tight calves? It may be peripheral artery disease.
Dr. Berry’s cardiovascular team has completed a study that suggests doctors should expand the standard definition of improved fitness for patients with diabetes.
Can eating earlier in the day be the key for fast, safe weight loss? Our dietitian says it may be, and shares other two more simple tips for losing weight.
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.”