Rest is great for many conditions, but when it comes to pulmonary hypertension, exercise is important for recovery.
It’s heart-smart to go nuts! Our dietitian explains how eating tree nuts is good for the heart and the taste buds.
Texas exceeds the national average for diabetes rates in adults. What’s scary, though, is that it’s snowballing down to our kids. Dr. McGuire explains.
Frustrated with high blood pressure readings at the doctor’s office? Dr. Reimold offers 5 tips for measuring blood pressure at home.
Not all cardiac imaging tests are looking for existing heart disease. Some are looking for clues to help patients prevent it.
Coconut oil is the latest health craze. But is it all it’s cracked up to be? Our dietitian, Susan Rodder, offers her recommendations.
We’re raised to help people in need. Sadly, when someone collapses in public, the majority of us freeze in fear. But new CPR guidelines may change that.
After a heart attack, we just want to get back to our normal lives – including our sex lives. But is sex after a heart attack safe?
Growing research has indicated that foods rich in natural chemical compounds called polyphenols may offer protection from a variety of diseases.
Losing weight can be hard – even for doctors! Follow cardiologist Dr. Banks on her journey to lose the “baby weight” and take control of her health.