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After stroke, patients often lose hand strength and dexterity. Occupational therapists offer in-office rehabilitation and hand exercises you can do at home.
What does heart attack feel like for a woman? Women have unique symptoms and heart disease risk factors, including different signs heart attack in women.
Studies have linked daylight saving time with an increase in heart attacks, atrial fibrillation, stroke, and traffic accidents.
The risk of developing colorectal cancer increases with age. The good news is colorectal cancer is slow growing and if detected early, is very treatable. Learn about screenings for colorectal cancer.
Learn how to an advocate for yourself at the doctor, including sharing your priorities, asking questions, and staying informed as a healthcare consumer.
While 90% of people that have a heart attack survive, that doesn’t mean they can go back to their normal ways without healthy lifestyle changes.
Use this blood pressure chart to figure out if you have healthy blood pressure and to understand the difference between high, low, and normal blood pressure.
Early warning signs of heart disease include chest pain, shortness of breath, coughing/wheezing, swelling, fatigue, and a fast or uneven heartbeat.
Heart disease can be traced back to ancient Egypt. Even with today’s advances in heart care, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States.
New study looks at the use of super-saturated oxygen to treat heart attack patients. Dr. Amir Lotfi describes his work on the AMIHOT II clinical trial.