Cleveland Clinic Heart Advisor
Volume 19 • Number 5 • May 2016
One of the goals of regular exercise is, of course, to avoid a heart attack. But if that event, known clinically as a myocardial infarction (MI), is in your future, just know that being physically active in the months and years leading up to a heart attack can help you …
- Echocardiography Plays a Key Role in Diagnosing Heart Disease
- Adults with Congenital Heart Disease Need Special Attention
- Meditation at Work Helps Lower Stress, Improve Risk Factor Control
- Research Demonstrates the Link Between Your Gut and Heart
- Atrial Flutter: Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Palpitations That Linger
- Why are Heart Disease Medicines Used For Peripheral Artery Disease.
- Do I Need to Worry About Elevated Triglycerides?
- Chinese Exercises May Help Improve the Health of Heart Patients
- Familial High Cholesterol More Common Than Previously Thought
- Yoga May Help Improve the Quality of Life of Patients with Afib
- Study Suggests Ideal Heart-Healthy Range For a Good Night’s Sleep
- Denosumab + Methotrexate Boosts Bone Health in RA