How many times have you heard someone say they’re so sad about something that they have a broken heart? More often than not, they don’t really have a broken heart but it can actually happen. Broken heart syndrome is a serious medical condition caused by sadness.
Could a simple, completely non-invasive test predict your risk for a heart attack just by measuring your finger? There’s a new device which can tell you the health of your blood vessels, and your heart.
On this Valentine’s Day, there are thousands of people who will be grateful for their beating hearts. That’s because they are survivors of sudden cardiac arrest and there’s one device credited with keeping many of these people alive.
We all know eating plenty of fruits, vegetables, and fiber, and limiting sugar, salt and red meat intake is good for our health but you may not know pets, dental visits and belly fat also have a lot to do with improving heart health.