Report: Multivitamins Do Not Prevent Heart Attacks, StrokesIs taking a multivitamin a waste of time?
American Heart Association Wants Women To "Go Red" On FridayA woman dies of cardiovascular disease every 80 seconds in the U.S.
Regular Exercise Can Take Away 'Years Of Damage' From Laziness And Doing Nothing, Study SaysA new study has revealed that the statement 'it's never too late to get in shape' actually does hold water after all.
Guidelines For Reading High Blood Pressure ChangingFor the first time in more than a decade, the guidelines for high blood pressure are changing.
Report: Not Everyone May Benefit From Fish OilMillions of people take fish oil supplements in the U.S. but a new report from the American Heart Association shows not everyone may benefit.
American Heart Association Urges Public To Take Stand Against SugarThe American Heart Association is urging the public to take a stand against sugar especially when it comes to kids in newly released guidelines.
AHA: Heart Attack Causes, Symptoms Are Different In WomenA woman’s heart attack may have different causes and symptoms and some risk factors can be even more dangerous, according to a new, first-ever statement from the American Heart Association.
Recess Bill Mandating 20-Minute Breaks At School Set For House CommitteeA new bill requiring 20-minute daily recess breaks for elementary school children is now on the agenda in the House.
Drug Might Help Breast Cancer Patients Avoid Heart DamageA heart drug may offset some of the negative effects of cancer treatment for women with breast cancer.
How Low To Go: Details Emerge On Big Blood Pressure StudyNewly released details from a study are challenging decades of thinking on blood pressure.
Study: Wealth May Give Advantage For Getting Organ TransplantsWealthy people are more likely to get on various organ transplant lists, get it and are less likely to die while waiting for one, according to a new study.
Co-Chairs Host Leadership Breakfast For 2015 Broward Heart WalkWhether you’re a blue collar worker or a CEO, heart disease doesn’t discriminate. Rick Case and Dr. Edward Savage, co-chairs for the 2015 Broward Heart Walk, held a leadership breakfast on Wednesday morning to spread the word about America’s number one killer.
Thousands Attend Free CPR Training According to event officials, 4,740 people visited eight locations for free CPR training.
CPR Day Miami Gives Free Training To Miami ResidentsCPR Day Miami is this Saturday, and several locations will be hosting free CPR training.
2015 American Heart Walk Preps UnderwayThe 2015 American Heart Walk isn't until next April, but organizers are already gearing up for a successful fundraiser.